Perfect cricbuzz prediction: Young Players to Watch at BPL 2023: Jaker Ali, Mrittunjoy Chowdhury, etc.

The T20 tournament, which starts on Friday, could be the platform to launch the careers of these five up-and-coming talents

Mrittunjoy Chowdhury (Chattogram Challenger)
The 21-year-old fast left-hander played in his BPL for the first time in history and last year he finished in the top five wicket takers in Sylhet, including his trick in the hat against Sunrisers, with 15 strikes at 14.93. Ranked in. He followed up that amazing his BPL display with his 17-wicket move in his 50 overs Dhaka his Premier League. Mrittunjoy was named in Bangladesh’s senior team for the West Indies Tour last year and at the start of the 2022-23 season he has won only 3 wickets in his 3 matches in the national cricket league (top flight). was. Mrittunjoy also played for Bangla his Tigers in the Abu Dhabi T10.

Jaker Ali (Comilla Victorian)
When it comes to batting form, there aren’t many players like him in Bangladesh these days. Jaker comes to BPL with his name in consecutive prestigious centuries. Those who have watched this 24-year-old right-hander say he is on the verge of being a senior team contender. So a productive BPL his season could bring him closer to his ultimate goal. It will also be Jaker’s first major BPL campaign after his three regular seasons with Sylhet his Sixers, Dhaka Platoon and Khulna his Tigers. However, Jaker has been a regular in domestic cricket for many years, so he has adapted well to the needs of the three formats. Akbar Ali (Sylhet Strikers)
Fans in Bangladesh have waited three years for the 21-year-old wicketkeeper to make it to the big stage. Akbar was the captain of the U19 side when they became world champions for the first time in 2020. His calm demeanor under pressure won many hearts and hinted that a big star was on the horizon.But Akbar has not lived up to this hype, even at the national level. There were some good innings though, which added to the general frustration of moving up to the top tier. But a good BPL campaign can change things and give Akbar a much-needed boost.

Saim Ayub (Rumble Driver)
The 20-year-old starting pitcher from Pakistan scored his 416 runs for Sindh in last year’s National T20 Cup with a batting average of 155.22. His only season in the Pakistan Super League in 2021 did not go well, but his big run in the BPL this season could put him back on the radar. Ayub is strong on both sides of the wicket, often power pushing his play his phase hard and is also adept at running big innings. The only problem might be finding a place at Rangpur XI given the quality of the team.

Tom Moores (Sylhet Strikers)
The 26-year-old wicket-keeper batsman could be important, especially when it comes to leveling his lineup batting for the team. His team, the Trent Rockets, eventually became champions, but he only struck out twice that season. Moores last year established his reputation as a frontier hitter, batting 143.78 in his 14 games with Vitality. He also has batting experience on the subcontinent, having played for PSL’s Multan He Sultans and his LPL Jaffna He’s Stallions.

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