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IPL 2019: Players to watch out from each team

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As the Indian Premier League (IPL) is less than a month away, all fans are eagerly waiting for the mega event to begin and keeping a track of the preparations of all the 8 teams. The franchises made sure that they pick the right combinations and overcome the weaknesses of their squads in the auction which was held in Jaipur in December 2018.

The schedule for the IPL was announced by the Board of Control for Cricket in India on Tuesday. The time table was announced for only the first couple of weeks keeping in mind that the dates of the general elections, which will be held in April-May, are not yet declared by the Election Commission.

The IPL 2019 is said to be the most peculiar of all editions till date because the attention of the annual event is lowered as the ICC World Cup will be played soon after the tournament. Players from England and Australia are not available to play the league for the entire duration. But even though the excitement dips a bit fans are still eagerly looking forward to the IPL.

In this piece, we take a look at players from all the 8 teams that fans should watch out for due to various reasons. 


#8 Delhi Capitals - Sandeep Lamichanne and Prithvi Shaw

New Logo and Name of the Delhi franchise
New Logo and Name of the Delhi franchise

With a new name for the franchise, the Delhi Capitals will hope that it brings a change in fortunes as well. The team has a lot of young players with exceptional talent to watch out for but Sandeep Lamichanne and Prithvi Shaw will be ones grabbing the attention.

The Nepali wrist spinner impressed in the few opportunities that he got last season and bowled brilliantly in the Big Bash League, picking up 11 wickets in 7 matches, including a 3/11 against the Sydney Sixers.

India batsman Shaw will be looking to impress the selectors in the IPL to make sure that he gets a chance to debut in the limited overs team as well. The young batsman has recently returned to action in the Syed Mushtaq Ali tournament after being sidelined due to an ankle injury during a practice game of the Australia tour. 

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