Rajasthan Royals Mastered the Impact of Sub Rule

Yuzvendra Chahal, a spinner for Rajasthan Royals and India, believes that the new impact substitution rule has benefited Rajasthan Royals, the Indian Premier League champions from a year ago who are now in first place on the points table after winning four of their first five games.

Despite the fact that none of the three bowlers for the Rajasthan Royals — Adam Zampa (1/43 against the Chennai Super Kings, Murugan Ashwin (0/11 against the Delhi Capitals, or Navdeep Saini (0/34 against Sunrisers Hyderabad) — have been able to contribute as replacements, their hitters have.

While Devdutt Padikkal’s crucial 26 against Gujarat Titans helped RR achieve their first victory against the IPL 2022 winners in four encounters, Dhruv Jurel’s 32 not out off 15 balls against Punjab Kings almost won the game for RR—who lost by five runs—at Guwahati.

Before RR’s match against Lucknow Super Giants, Chahal, who has been subbed out twice in five games, told the media that it helps when you are chasing a high total and an additional batter is added, which is a plus factor. He also said that given the manner Dhruv Jurel and Dev Devdutt Padikkal have batted, it has worked to their benefit.

RR’s first two “home” games were played in Guwahati, and the game on Wednesday will mark their debut at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur.

The talented Indian spinner expressed his enjoyment of the task of bowling alongside Australia’s Zampa and elder Ravichandran Ashwin.

Chahal stated that the management makes decisions based on the circumstances of playing them together and that, having played the previous two games together, they have a strong relationship.

Chahal stated that in this IPL, he wants to win the trophy rather than just the Purple Cap. Chahal, who finished with the most wickets in the past IPL with 27, has taken 11 in five games so far.

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