Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) To Play Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) In The Eliminator On May 25, Wednesday. Photo-IPL
Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) To Play Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) In The Eliminator On May 25, Wednesday. Photo-IPL
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Under Faf du Plessis’ new direction, Royal Challengers Bangalore joined the 2022 Indian Premier League season. The RCB displayed outstanding cricket and appeared poised to win the competition. However, they were eliminated from the competition after failing to defeat Rajasthan Royals in the second qualifier. 

The Bangalore franchise’s prospective campaign featured a lot of appeal. In light of this, the think tank made the decision to keep the majority of its players after the IPL 2023 auction and release only five. The Royal Challengers Bangalore will prefer to fill the vacant places with top-tier players as they attempt to win their first IPL championship in the upcoming season. 

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Wanindu Hasaranga, Royal Challengers Bangalore
Royal Challengers Bangalore. Image: BCCI/IPL

The Lucknow Super Giants, one of the two new teams, had a potent lineup going into the IPL 2022, and their overall selections from the mega auction the previous year were rather remarkable. Last year, Lucknow Super Giants managed to finish third in the standings after the league rounds.

Lucknow Super Giants released Andrew Tye, Ankit Rajpoot, Dushmantha Chameera, Evin Lewis, Jason Holder, Manish Pandey, and Shahbaz Nadeem.

Let’s have a look at the 3 players released by Lucknow Super Giants that the Royal Challengers Bangalore can target. 

IPL 2023 Auction: 3 Players Released By Lucknow Super Giants That Royal Challengers Bangalore Can Target

Jason Holder

Jason Holder
Jason Holder (Photo: BCCI)

Holder was purchased by LSG at the IPL 2022 mega-auction for a high sum of $8.75 crore. The former West Indies captain enjoyed a respectable season for the KL Rahul-led club, despite the fact that he didn’t exactly light up the IPL stage this year.

Holder took 14 wickets in 12 games, averaging slightly under 28 and a 9.42 economy rate. Because LSG changed his batting stance frequently throughout the match, Holder only faced 44 balls and amassed 58 runs.

Royal Challengers Bangalore may be interested in the Caribbean all-rounder now that Holder has been let go by LSG. Holder can tonk lusty strikes with his long levers at will, and his pace ensures that he is always a real threat.

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