Chennai Super Kings (CSK), one of the most distinguished Indian Premier League teams, has been scrutinized for its dismal performances in the ongoing IPL 2022. The four-time champions are on the brink of elimination with seven losses from 11 games played so far. Before the start of the 15th edition of the cash-rich event, CSK underwent a captaincy change which probably affected their game.
MS Dhoni had relinquished his captaincy and handed the baton to Ravindra Jadeja, but the move did not work out and the team’s performance saw a drastic fall. After multiple losses and minimum victories, Dhoni was given back the captaincy as the team looked to keep their playoffs hopes alive. But there have been loopholes in the team. And to cover up the flaws, CSK will look to build a stronger team in the next edition of the IPL and aim for some prolific players with great potential.
CSK needs an all-rounder who can create destruction with the bat as well as the ball. Someone who has the ability to hit the big shots as soon as he walks in, who can have command over the game, who can anchor the innings, and can provide a breakthrough while defending. And the English all-rounder ticks all boxes.
The four-time champions can play him at different positions in the team. With his amazing batting talents, Ben Stokes, as an experienced campaigner, may be incredibly useful. The Englishman’s bowling abilities are equally outstanding, as he can provide four overs as a frontline bowler.
Ravindra Jadeja, the all-rounder, has not been able to put up a good show this season, and the captaincy burden had an adverse effect on him. As the team is already going through captaincy woes, CSK will look for a potential candidate to step into MS Dhoni’s shoes and Stokes might be the right fit.
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