IPL 2020, KXIP vs KKR, Kings XI Punjab vs Kolkata Knight Riders Face-Off: Ravi Bishnoi vs Eoin Morgan

When Kings XI Punjab started their IPL 2020 marketing campaign, it regarded just like the quick bowling duo of Mohammad Shami and Sheldon Cottrell would run by every part in sight, however that imaginative and prescient evaporated within the desert warmth. Soon, it was left to younger leg-spinner Ravi Bishnoi to bear the load and the bowler has finished that manfully. But after they face Kolkata Knight Riders, it is going to be fairly the problem, particularly if the England veteran Eoin Morgan is given sufficient time and overs by the KKR administration. The left-hander can carve any assault, and leggies are not any totally different. Bishnoi is in for a serious problem.

But make no mistake, he’s up for it. Apart from the tearaway quick bowlers, its all the time the leg-spinners who’re the sassy, in-your-face sorts, be it Shane Warne, Rashid Khan or Yuzvendra Chahal. Bishnoi too has that fireplace.

Bishnoi has performed six matches for seven wickets at an economic system of eight.13, which isn’t dangerous in any respect.

But it’s his spell of three/29 towards SunRisers Hyderabad that was exceptional and was the distinction between KXIP chasing 201 and 230. That it was in a shedding trigger is irrelevant.

Bishnoi took out David Warner and Jonny Bairstow among the many prime three batsmen he claimed. Enough mentioned.

Morgan too has had his moments however they’ve largely been restricted by his batting place. On no group on this planet ought to Eoin Morgan be batting at No.7 and even when he was despatched up the order, for lesser batsmen to go forward of him is simply not on.


There is a robust case for Morgan to be at No.four, which makes it nearly bang in the midst of the spinners’ overs, if KXIP plans are something to go by. That is the place the face-off will happen, and an interesting one.

Note: All stats courtesy iplt20.com

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