Aakash Chopra names four retention picks for RCB ahead of the mega auction IPL 2022

Chopra supported Mohammed Siraj before Devdutt Padikkal and Harshal Patel.

As BCCI previously announced that the teams will be submitting their list of retained players by November 30th prior to the IPL mega auction, everyone will be known about the events surrounding the withholding very soon. Regarding RCB, former Indian cricketer Aakash Chopra opened up four tips that RCB should keep ahead of the mega auction. The first choice in the series was without a doubt Virat Kohli.

Chopra added that since only four players can be retained before the mega-event, RCB have a problem with many problems and they are spoiled for choice as to whether to keep the second Indian. According to the former cricketer, Yuzvendra Chahal, Mohammed Siraj, Harshal Patel and Devdutt Padikkal will give the team a headache.

“Kohli's whereabouts are certain. But what about the other Indians - Yuzi Chahal, Mohammed Siraj, Harshal Patel, Devdutt Padikkal - I mean there is an issue of abundance. Kohli has decided that he won't stay the captain, but he will definitely stay the first player, ”Chopra said on his YouTube channel.

In my opinion, the third RCB withholding should be Yuzi Chahal: Chopra,

As the discussion continued, the cricket analyst added that AB de Villiers would have been the first foreign player to join the RCB. However, he's not here now and that could lead her to keep Glenn Maxwell who does a good job for the team. Chopra supported ace-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal as the third sequel to RCB.

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“What about the third one? In my opinion it should be Yuzi Chahal. They will talk to him and ask him to stay on as the third member of staff, but that is going to be difficult now because if Yuzi is third, then whether it is Harshal or Siraj, you might want to be third, not fourth, ”added Chopra .

The last choice was Chopra with Padikkal, Patel and Siraj. Chopra went to the pacemaker in Hyderabad, adding that his career curve is going up and therefore will be his last pick for the day.