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IPL 2018: 3 captaincy replacement options available for RCB

Do they really need another captain when they have the Indian skipper Virat Kohli as their leader? Yes! The Royal Challengers Bangalore need another captain to reduce the workload of current skipper Virat Kohli.

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It should be a tough one for the management to make a another captain. The Indian skipper failed to make an impact as the RCB skipper, so it’s time to give a chance to other players to lead the side.

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This move might reduce Virat Kohli’s workload and he can bat without pressure. Here are the three players from the current squad who might take the responsibility as captain from the next season of Indian Premier League. Check out:

1. AB de Villiers

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The backbone of RCB franchise, AB de Villiers announced his retirement from International cricket after RCB knocked out of the tournament. de Villiers confirmed that he will continue to play domestic cricket, which include IPL.

AB de Villiers has better experience as captain than Indian skipper Virat Kohli. He took the responsibilities as captain when Virat was not available. This move might change the fortune of RCB.

2. Brendon McCullum

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One of the hard-hitting cricketer in the history of cricket, Brendon McCullum is available to take up the captaincy for the RCB franchise. He changed the fortune of New Zealand as captain and Kane Williamson is doing a good job after McCullum’s retirement.

Arguably, he is an legend of the game and still he can play for next 2 years. He has good experience as captain and RCB can perform well under his captain in the coming seasons.

3. Moeen Ali

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The England all-rounder Moeen Ali did not get a chance in the initial part of IPL 2018. But he used his opportunities with both bat and ball in the second half of the tournament.

His experience and calm attitude will help RCB to clinch their maiden title. As he is an all-rounder, he can think very well as a batsman and as a bowler.

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