Ravi Bishnoi may be a good choice of Team Lucknow, They are planning special thing for their team

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IPL 2023 will take place this year, in which the Lucknow franchise may also add Indian player Ravi Bishnoi and Australian star player Marcus Stoinis to the squad.

It is believed that KL Rahul, who left Punjab Kings, will almost certainly move to Lucknow. According to many reports, the Lucknow team can make Rahul the captain of the team.


In the IPL 2023 season, 2 new teams will debut, Lucknow and Ahmedabad. Before the auction of this IPL season, both teams can include 3-3 players in the team.

Ravi Bishnoi is going to be part of the Lucknow team

Bishnoi was released by Punjab Kings and Stoinis by Delhi Capitals before the auction.

In the form of Ravi Bishnoi, who created a ruckus with his bowling at the 2020 U19 World Cup, Lucknow is gearing up to add a brilliant leg spin for a low price.

Bishnoi took the most wickets at the 2020 U19 World Cup.

If we talk about Ravi's cricket stats, then in IPL he has a total of 23 matches and does 8 rounds, and he takes 24 wickets with an average of 25.25.

In this way, Ravi Bishnoi will bring benefits to the Lucknow team.

Ravi Bishnoi may prove to be a win-win deal for Lucknow as he has performed brilliantly in the IPL for the past two seasons.

Lucknow can get a wicket-taker bowler at a low price. But the decision on behalf of Stoinis may come as a shock, as his performance for Delhi Capitals was nothing special.

In 2020, he took 13 wickets in 17 games, but last season he took just 2 wickets in 10 games.

Actually, Bishnoi is a player with no caps. In such a situation, as per the pre-auction hold rules, an uncapped player cannot receive more than Rs 4 crore.

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