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IPL 2018: Six batsmen with maximum no. of sixes in IPL

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Captains of various franchises of IPL 2016 pose to promote the spirit of the game

Cricket fans across the world are eagerly waiting for yet another edition of the Indian Premier League. In another episode of riveting cricketing encounters, there are lots of things to look forward to.

Mumbai Indians have been the most successful team to date with 3 titles in 10 seasons and are followed by the Kolkata Knight Riders and the Chennai Super Kings with 2 titles each. Ahead of the new season, all the teams look more or less capable of winning and it may well go down to a situation where it is about holding one’s nerves better.

Although many people come to witness a close contest between the bat and the ball, the big hits- the fours and sixes are the firecrackers that set up the league on fire.

Here are 6 batsmen with maximum sixes in IPL.

#6 AB de Villiers (156 sixes,129 matches)

Mr. 360 would try and aid RCB to its maiden title

Mr. 360 is a class apart when it comes to T20 cricket. De Villiers can make a mockery of the best bowling attacks in the world and because of his ability to play all around the park, he can make an otherwise decent delivery look ordinary.

The right-handed batsman has a massive fan following in India and fans love to watch him for the genius he is on the field. The dashing batsman has been a great ambassador for the game over the years.

ABD, as he is popularly known among the fans, is number six on the list of maximum sixes in IPL- with 156 sixes in 129 matches. Playing for the Royal Challengers Bangalore this season, the South African great would try and aid his team to its maiden IPL title.

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