At IPL, teams will begin their preparation for the 15th IPL session. As we know, Chennai Super Kings is the former winner of this championship.
The 24-year-old Odisha batsman Subhranshu Senapati is called up by CSK for trial because he screamed at the Vijay Hazare Trophy.
Chennai Super Kings, who won their fourth IPL trophy this season, are now looking to match the Mumbai Indians' record of winning the IPL trophy the most times.
Subhranshu Senapati may have a chance at Chennai Super Kings
This swashbuckling hitter from Odisha Subhranshu Senapati is a right-handed player in Odisha's leading run scorer in the tournament.
On December 8, he marked a brilliant century against Andhra at the Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai.
On the strength of their tackles, Odisha posted a score of 278 out of five on the board, after which they won the game by 63 runs.
Perhaps that is the reason why he becomes the favorite of the Chennai Super Kings.
Chennai Super Kings Favorite Player Statistics
Subhranshu Senapati half a century ago against Vidarbha and Himachal Pradesh.
The young man scored 138 runs in five games at an average of 27.60 with a strike rate of 116.94 in half a century.
In 26 T20I since his debut in 2017, Senapati has scored 637 runs averaging 28.95, with three half centuries to his name.
In view of his excellent performance, reigning IPL champion Chennai Super Kings (CSK) has called him to trial before IPL 2022.
Not only this, he has 275 runs in seven games.
Chennai Super Kings is a former IPL winner
Chennai has retained four players in the form of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Ravindra Jadeja, Moeen Ali and Rituraj Gayakwad.
In the final match of IPL 2021, under the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, CSK defeated Kolkata Knight Riders to win the IPL trophy for the fourth time.
Now only the Indians of Mumbai (5 times) are ahead of them. The mega auction will take place before IPL 2022. Before that, the IPL committee had given the 8 teams the opportunity to retain 4-4 players.
Now CSK wants to beat this most winning award record which is the name of the Mumbai Indians.