Trent Boult to play for MI, Ankit Rajput to play for RR in IPL 2020

Trent Boult to play for MI, Ankit Rajput to play for RR in IPL 2020

Trent Boult to play for MI, Ankit Rajput to play for RR in IPL 2020 (Pic Source : IPLT20)

The player transfer window for IPL 2020 will close tomorrow and Team have started to transfer their player to each other franchise. In that order, today, Trent Boult has been traded to Mumbai Indians by Delhi Capitals. Ankit Rajpoot, the King XI Punjab pacer, has also been traded to Rajasthan Royals, the BCCI media release stated.

Trent Boult played for Delhi Capitals in the last two season of the Indian premier league. Delhi bought Trent Boult in IPL 2018 Auction in 2.20 Crores. He picked 8 wickets in 14 matches in 2015 and in 2019, he took five-wicket in five games. Delhi Capitals have already release Serfane Rutherford and added Mayan Markande from Mumbai Indians. Mayan is a leg spinner.

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Ankit Rajput will play for Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League 2020 and KRISHNAPPA GOWTHAM will play for Kings XI Punjab. In the last season, Ankit played for Kings XI Punjab. Kings XI Punjab has already released their captain R Ashwin to Delhi Capitals.

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Rajpoot played only four games in IPL 2019 and was able to manage just three wickets at an economy of more than nine and an average of more than 50. The pacer has also featured for Chennai Super Kings and Kolkata Knight Riders since making his IPL debut in 2013.

The IPL 2020 Auction will take place in Kolkata on December 19.

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Royal Challenger Banglore will give their release and retain players list on November 15, this news confirmed by their director Mike Hesson. RCB have made a big change in their support staff ahead of IPL 2020.

The opening ceremony of the Indian Premier League 2020 is cancelled by BCCI because of the wasting of money.

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