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Brad Hogg picks probable teams to win IPL title this year


After a lot of speculation Indian Premier League (IPL) starting from September 19, Amidst COVID-19 pandemic. Although, the edition of the IPL isn’t taking place where it usually takes due to the pandemic. ThereThe United Arab Emirates (UAE) were decided as the hosts of the cash-rich league.

Brad Hogg picks his favourite teams to win IPL title this year

Meanwhile, the news created some controversary among the cricketing community as the tournament was slotted in place of the impending T20 World Cup.

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Now, former Australian cricketer, Brad Hogg has named the favourites to win IPL 2020 in all categories. Hogg, has tagged Mumbai Indians (MI) as chief contenders to bounce back one more final as well as one more title.

The MI franchise have won the most number of IPL titles so far. The Rohit Sharma led side is the best organised team currently in IPL.

“Well, Mumbai Indians look like they are going to be champions again. They are one of my top two teams going into this year’s IPL in UAE this year,” Hogg said on his Youtube channel.

“The reason for this is that they have got a good top four, they also have good all-rounders and their bowling attack is stable led by two geniuses with the new ball, and in death overs – Jasprit Bumrah and Lasith Malinga,” he added.

Hogg picked Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) as the other team, who are yet to open their account in terms of IPL title wins.

“The second team I have got for you is for RCB. Finally, they will have a big chance to take out an IPL. They have always had good stock on paper, but they have never been able to go out and get the job done. Also, their bowling attack looks strong with Dale Steyn and Kane Richardson, and they have a better team balance as compared to the last couple of years. They will have a better strategy going into the tournament,” Hogg concluded.

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