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Indian Premier League 2020 | Betting Tips | Part 2

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The Orange and the Purple Cap will be up for grabs in the Indian Premier League this season with the race to make it to the playoffs also heating up.

Purple Cap Winner 

It’s quite evident that Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings might have multiple entries in this event, Given that they are two of the most economical bowling attacks, Whether the pitches in UAE actually favors the quickies or the Leggies is yet to be seen, But a few bowlers are expected to still make an impact, Someone like an Amit Mishra might come out trumps or even Imran Tahir might look to repeat his heroics last year.

One factor we are not considering in this discussion is the presence of dew during the entirety of the season, If that actually happens, The batsman won’t have trouble dealing with players like Rashid Khan, But as they say ” Someone’s loss is someone else’s profit”¬† which still holds true till today and might adversely benefit swing bowlers like Trent Boult or Pat Cummins.


Amit Mishra – 20/21

Mitchell Mcclenaghan – 20/21

KG Rabada – 20/21

Imran Tahir – 20/21

Outside Bet

Sunil Narine – 7/2

Ravindra Jadeja – 7/2

Lungi Ngidi – 1/1

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Prediction – Amit Mishra

Orange Cap Winner

It’s such a coincidence that the leader of the Orange army David Warner won the Orange cap as well, But this season it will not be familiar territories that David Warner will have at his disposal, With the IPL being held in UAE it will depend on the experience that players have under their belt, Shane Watson might come in handy having already played in the Pakistan Super League, Chris Lynn is also due a bustling season that is if he can be included in the first XI at Mumbai Indians.

It’s not possible that we don’t mention Indian run machines Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma when talking about the Orange cap along with KL Rahul who has been in mesmerising form in the T20’s in New Zealand. At the end of the day it comes down to who acclimatizes the earliest and executes in a nerveless manner.


Rohit Sharma – 7/2

Virat Kohli – 7/2

Steven Smith – 7/2

AB De villiers – 7/2

Outside bet

Shane Watson – 4/1

David Warner – 5/1

Andre Russell – 6/1

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Prediction – AB De Villiers


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