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IPL 2023 – S Sreesanth Praises Virat Kohli And Writes-Off MS Dhoni

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IPL 2023 – S Sreesanth Praises Virat Kohli And Writes-Off MS Dhoni : Having advanced to the second round of the IPL for ten consecutive seasons, CSK was formerly regarded as the most reliable team in the competition.

The teams are preparing for the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 season, which has less than two weeks left. The other teams’ pre-season training camps are now concluded, and Chennai Super Kings (CSK) had started their preparations a few weeks ago.

Former cricket players and analysts are revealing their favourite teams for the forthcoming season as the anticipation grows. S Sreesanth, a former Indian bowler, has also predicted that Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) will take home the Cup this year.


Sreesanth said in an interview with Sports Yaari that he thinks RCB has a solid chance of taking home the title but doesn’t see CSK doing it this year. “I do not believe that CSK will win the IPL in 2023. Sanju Samson is the sole captain of the Mallu, and I am rooting for them (Rajasthan Royals). But, a new team winning would be exciting. If RCB won the IPL in 2023, I would be quite happy. It would be wonderful for RCB to win because Virat has contributed so much to Indian cricket “told Sports Yaari, Sreesanth.

CSK used to be thought of as the most dependable side in the IPL because they had made it to the second round for ten straight seasons. After a strong comeback in IPL 2021, their winning streak was snapped in 2020, and in IPL 2022, they were defeated in the league round.

However despite taking part in every IPL season, RCB has never been successful in winning the championship. Faf du Plessis took RCB to the second round of the IPL 2022, but after they fell to Rajasthan Royals in the second qualifier, they were unable to advance. They are among the competition’s favourites this year. However, RCB suffered a significant setback prior to the start of the IPL 2023 when Will Jacks, their potent batsman, was ruled ineligible. In his place, RCB acquired all-arounder Michael Bracewell.