new Delhi: The IPL is going to start soon. Cricket enthusiasts around the world are very excited about it. Cricket commentator and expert Akash Chopra has predicted IPL 2021. Aakash Chopra says that Prithvi Shaw, who has made the world happy with his quick batting in the Vijay Hazare Trophy, will make his debut in this tournament. Earth’s Consistent Performance is witness to this and they have a hunger to score runs.
Akash Chopra said, this player has the best strike rate. If you talk about the entire team of Delhi, then there are players like Stoinis, Dhawan and Rishabh Pant. I think it will be a very good team, but despite this, if someone’s strike rate is the best, then it is Prithvi Shaw. Consistent the way Prithvi Shaw is seen performing in domestic, I think some similar performance will also be seen in IPL. They will be unstoppable. You will look much better under these circumstances.
Chopra said, there is a lot of difference in Dubai and the conditions here, here the ball will come straight and it will be very positive for the batsmen in the same manner. They will be able to bat well.
Strike rate 139.7
Record broke in Vijay Hazare
In the Vijay Hazare Trophy, Prithvi won a lot of praise in the corridors of cricket with his batting. Earth broke many records during this period. Prithvi Vijay became the first batsman to score more than 800 runs in the same season in the Hazare Trophy.
Prithvi scored 73 runs in the final match. Prithvi also scored 827 runs in the eight matches of Vijay Hazare Trophy at an average of 165.40. The 21-year-old Shaw hit 10 fours and four sixes in his 73-run knock off 39 balls.
He scored four centuries in this season, including an unbeaten 227 against Puducherry in the group stage, and became the eighth player in India to score a double century in 50-over cricket. Prior to the Vijay Hazare Trophy, Prithvi went on a tour of Australia where he could not walk, but after this, Prithvi made such a spectacular performance in the Vijay Hazare Trophy that the corridors of cricket resonated with applause.