IPL 2022: 3 benched LSG players who deserve a chance in the playing XI
Riding on Rahul's brilliant and efficient captaincy, LSG is eyeing their maiden IPL title on debut.
Updated - Apr 26, 2022 9:10 pm
With the 2022 cash-rich league going on, we have already witnessed some scintillating performances from the teams especially from the two debutant teams i.e. Gujarat Titans and Lucknow Super Giants. These two sides have proved to be better than other experienced teams in the tournament so far. As the tournament moves forward, more rousing performances from these teams are on the cards.
Talking about the debutant Lucknow Super Giants, they have performed in the Nawabi way. They had their ups and downs in the tournament but have maintained their position in the top four. KL Rahul has performed splendidly well in the tournament so far. Riding on his brilliant and efficient captaincy, LSG is eyeing their maiden IPL title. However, we have seen some flaws in their middle order which has collapsed several times in the tournament so far. They might look for alternatives to balance their side and advance their campaign more efficiently. Here’s the list of-
3 benched LSG players who deserve a chance in the playing XI
1- Manan Vohra
The Indian youngster Manan Vohra has given some brilliant performances over the past few seasons of the tournament. He is a decent option for the Lucknow Super Giants. He is a talented batter who can carry his team from any type of rough situation over the line.
Manan Vohra has had a decent record in his domestic career smashing six centuries and 10 half-centuries in his List A career. He also has a good T20 record having a century and 14 half-centuries to his name. He has proved himself to be an effective asset to the teams he’s played for.
Vohra was bought by the Lucknow Super Giants for INR 20 lacs due to his decent batting record and capabilities. However, he has not been given a chance in playing XI so far in the tournament. His inclusion in the LSG side can be worthwhile as he can provide balance to their middle-order.