Tuesday, April 12, 2011

IPL - the talent hunt show of cricket

As I'm still suffering from WC fever, I equate the IPL teams as follows.
Mumbai Indians  = India (power packed and peaking at the right time)
Chennai Super Kings = Australia (they never give up and every member try to win the match)
Rajasthan Royals = Pakistan (aggression, young faces, powerful captain - like Imran)
Kolkatta Knight Riders = South Africa (choked at the right time against CSK, but recovered in 2nd match)
Royal Challengers Bangalore = NZ (performers... yet very fluctuating, is it due to vettori?)
Pune Warriors  = Srilanka (full of energy and hungry for win, you can say SL of 96WC)
Delhi Daredevils = Bangladesh (unpredictably unpredictable)
Deccan Chargers = Zimbabwe (if they bowl good, they bat poorly and vice versa)
Kochi Tuskers Kerala = Ireland (new Entrant and some stars)
Kings XI Punjab = Canada (do you need any explanation?)

I am looking forward to see the competition between the future probables of Indian captain - Yuvi, Gambir and Sehwag (But BCCI will always throw us surprise)

Every club, corporate house, restaurants have arranged big screen viewing at their own premises with snacks and drinks. There are no wonders why stadiums are half filled? Moreover you have 3D LED HD televisions available. People love to watch with their preferred groups comfortably.

The absence of Lalit Modi is clearly visible (very dull cheerleaders). I think they are badly in need of some cheers!!! Request RCB owner to take care of this.

Batsmen should wear a "Toe Guard" when they face Malinga. Good to see an attacking fast bowler - probably the one and only ??

I expect the unknown faces to perform and become stars - Saurabh Tiwary, Trivedi, Rayudu, - young guns like these should wear the pink and purple caps.

The above predictions may go upside down and I would be happy if that happens

Jayaraman, New Delhi

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