Cricketzine prediction:Gale: Mayank Agarwal “likely injured” after Punjabi sneer. Going Big at IPL 2023 Auction

Chris Gayle, who has played with Mayank Aggarwal in the past, is confident the batter will attract bidders when 10 franchises go up for auction in Kochi on Friday.

Chris Gayle, head of Friday’s Indian Premier League (IPL) mini auction, believes Mayank Agarwal “likely suffered an injury” after failing to keep the Punjab Kings.

Mayank, who captained the Punjab Kings in his last IPL, was released from the franchise last month after another solemn show from the team. Franchise overhauls entire coaching staff, hiring Trevor Bayliss as head coach to replace Anil Kumble

Gayle, who has played with Mayank in the past, is confident the batter will attract bidders when his 10 franchises go up for auction in Kochi on Friday.

“Mayak will definitely go big. If no one voted for him, it would be very disappointing as he is an explosive player. After sacrificing for the franchise, he will not stay with the Punjab Kings.” It’s a shame to be treated like that,” Gail said Thursday.

In his last IPL, Mayank scored just 196 runs in his 13 matches, but his team finished in points and he finished sixth in his table. But Gale, who is part of JioCinema’s panel of experts at the IPL auction, believes the franchise will pick Mayank despite last season’s disappointing results. Gail has been a member of the Punjab Kings for years and believes his lack of consistency is hurting the team.

“Punjabi hacks and switches are silly. Chop and switch all the time and even if they win the match there is no set 11. Sometimes they go with the same team but the players get the results if they have the chance. I often feel reluctant to be constantly told that I have to come out,” Gale said.

“IPL always means pressure, so if you put yourself under this undue pressure, you will never succeed in the game. They (the team) have to look at it and say, ‘No matter what, I’m going to be with you guys for the first six games.’ Strong support has to be thin.

“You miss Caribbean boys”

He will join the Kings and Mumbai Indians dugouts as coaches in the Chennai Supers respectively, although Dwayne Bravo and Kieron Pollard will not be out when the IPL begins in April this year. But Gale knows the IPL will miss both Bravo and Pollard on the field.

“The IPL will definitely miss Pollard and Bravo. These two made the IPL what it is today. We have to give them credit, they have won so many titles in the franchise. It will definitely leave a blank space in the IPL, it will leave a small dent in the IPL…” he said, adding:
“You will miss your Caribbean boy…”

Of his future as a player, Gayle jokingly said, “Still fresh, handsome, with the best body in the world… My future as a player always looks bright until I’m 50.”

“Regarding the game, I would like to play a few more tournaments next year, but I am mostly taking a break from enjoying life and working as an ambassador. It was good. You still want to see me on the field, but time will tell.I’m open to it,” he added.

He’s confident that West Indian players like Jason Holder will make a ton of money at auction, but the franchise agrees to do everything it can to get Ben Stokes to participate. …”

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