IPL 2022: Impact Players To Watch Out For In RR vs GT IPL Match
Best Player For Today's IPL Match - RR vs GT
Rajasthan Royals will be facing Gujarat Titans in the 24th match of the IPL 2022 at Dr. DY Patil Sports Academy, Mumbai. Both RR and GT have been in terrific form this season. Both Rajasthan and Gujarat have won three out of four games so far.
Let's take a look at the best impact players to watch out for in the RR vs GT IPL match today:
1) Rashid Khan vs Royal Batting Lineup - It will be a very interesting contest when Rashid Khan will come to bowl. Rashid is probably the best leg-spinner in the world currently and has the support of a decent bowling lineup.
Although, Rashid will be facing some quality leg-spin hitters - Jos Buttler, Devdutt Padikkal, and Sanju Samson. The trio could make things difficult for the leggie in the middle overs if Gujarat doesn't use him smartly. Overall, Rashid's four overs will be fun to watch.
2) Yuzvendra Chahal - While GT has Rashid Khan, RR has Yuzvendra Chahal. The two brilliant limited-overs leg-spinners of modern-day cricket. Chahal will also be facing some quality players of leg-spin - Shubman Gill, Hardik Pandya, and even Abhinav Manohar, who can bash spin.
3) Shimron Hetmyer - The West Indian has been in prolific form this season. Hetmyer has played gem knocks so far - 32, 35, 42, and 59 - a total of 168 runs in 94 balls with a strike rate of 178.72 and an average of 84.
He has been punishing pacers in particular - SR of 241.67 vs left-arm pace and SR of 216 vs right-arm pace. He can be kept quiet by bowling spin if he arrives early to the crease but if he's there in the slog overs, expect fireworks on each ball.
4) Abhinav Manohar - In two innings of 15 off 7 and 35 off 21, the 27-year-old showed his potential of how much damage he can do in the slog overs. Although he still hasn't faced any spinner in IPL, Abhinav is known for his spin-hitting abilities and if he comes into bat early than usual, one can expect some big sixes from him.
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