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Most Sixes IPL 2023: Whenever there is talk of IPL, the face of the batsmen comes to the fore. Because this league has always been considered a league of batsmen. IPL fans are not happy until fours and sixes are hit. Today, let us tell you about those three batsmen of the last season, who brought the ball across the boundary to the audience the maximum number of times. And this time also it is possible that these three players will play explosive innings for their team.
Jos Buttler is at number one in terms of hitting maximum sixes. This England player is associated with Rajasthan Royals in IPL. And last season he did wonders. In 17 matches, 45 sixes came out of his bat. Now the Rajasthan team is again sitting with the hope that if such innings comes to the fore in IPL 2023 then what to say.
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Livingstone is present in the second number. Livingstone is associated with Punjab Kings in IPL. And last season was second in terms of hitting sixes. 34 sixes came out of his bat in 14 matches. However, the team of Punjab Kings could not do anything special. But this season must be hoping that again such innings come out of Livingstone’s bat. And the team was successful in winning the IPL title for the first time.
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Kolkata Knight Riders’ dashing batsman Andre Russell is present at number three. When it comes to hitting fours and sixes, it can never happen that Russell’s name is not there. Russell’s bat had 32 sixes in 14 matches. This season, Russell would once again like to show his bat power to the bowlers. And Kolkata Knight Riders will be looking at the IPL trophy for the second time on their own.
First Published : 28 Nov 2022, 05:49:47 PM
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