3 players RCB should drop in IPL 2019

The 11th edition of Indian Premier League season came to an end. The Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals returned to the 11th season of IPL after serving two-year ban due to fixing scandal. Dhoni-led Chennai Super Kings clinched their third IPL trophy by beating Sunrisers Hyderabad in the final.

After the IPL auction, everyone trolled CSK team for picking over-aged cricketers at the auction. But, the over-aged cricketers proved their experience in the season. However, it was yet another disappointing season for Royal Challengers Bangalore. These three RCB players failed to contribute and RCB should release these three players to avoid another disappointing season. Check out:

#3 Corey Anderson

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Anderson had a forgettable 2018 IPL

The swashbuckling New Zealand all-rounder had a forgettable IPL season in 2018. Corey Anderson replaced injured Australian fast bowler Nathan Coulter-Nile in the RCB squad. But he failed to contribute with both bat and ball.

With bat, he scored just 17 runs in 3 games that he played. Anderson conceded 115 runs from just 52 deliveries at an economy of 13.26 with just 3 wickets. RCB might release him ahead of the next season of IPL.


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