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IPL 2021: Virat Kohli’s 27-year-old player has a big chance today, can score a ‘century’ against KKR

IPL 2021: विराट कोहली के इस 27 साल के खिलाड़ी के सामने आज बड़ा मौका, KKR के खिलाफ जमा सकता है 'शतक'

Siraj has taken 99 wickets in 81 T20 matches

If the UAE edition of IPL 2021 was full of half-centuries, hundreds were also seen. Today another century can be scored in the same episode. And, it will be the 27-year-old player of Virat Kohli’s team i.e. Royal Challengers Bangalore. But, the century scored by this player will be a bit different. Actually, he will score this century in his T20 career on the pretext of IPL. He can be seen hitting this century not with his bat but with the ball. This century will look like the completion of his wickets. And, the player to complete this century will be Mohammad Siraj. In IPL 2021, in the match against KKR today, RCB fast bowler Mohammad Siraj can take his 100th wicket in T20 today.

Right-arm fast bowler Mohammad Siraj can complete his 100 wickets against KKR today, from which he is just 1 wicket away. Siraj has played 81 matches on T20 pitch so far, in which he has taken 99 wickets. This means that today he will play his 82nd match against KKR and if he takes 1 wicket in it, then he will complete his 100 wickets in T20.

Siraj has taken 9 wickets in the group stage

In IPL 2021, Mohammad Siraj has taken 9 wickets in 14 matches played on the group stage. During this, his average has been 37.11 and the economy rate is 6.95. At the same time, taking 3 wickets for 27 runs has been his best performance. It is clear from the figures that Siraj may not have taken many wickets, but he did succeed in keeping the batsmen tied. Today the contest is of R or Par. The winning team will advance and the losing team will eliminate. In such a situation, Mohammad Siraj will be a big weapon of Virat Kohli.

Also read: IPL 2021: Big impact of Dhoni’s ‘small bang’, 6 big records made in 6-ball innings against Delhi

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