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The double booster beckons for the fans as the typical left and right-hand combination, Chris Gayle and Brendon McCullum are all set to flaunt their batting traits for BPL team Rangpur Riders on November 18. With a blend of caution and aggression, the specialist openers would be looking forward to flexing their muscles like they upped the ante for KKR in earlier versions of IPL.
Moody hopeful for a power-packed starter:
The coach strongly believes that the arrival of Chris Gayle, Brendon McCullum and Kusal Perera in the next couple of days would bolster the batting attack. The stars will land Bangladesh on November 16 and they will lock horns with Comilla Victorians on 18.
“In the next 2-3 days Gayle, McCullum and Kusal Perera will join the team. Our top order is failing to score runs. In Sha Allah, the top order will click after their arrival,” Moody said.
We need batsmen’s support: Tom Moody
Rangpur Riders chief coach, Tom Moody calls for batsmen support as he feels that the giving a spark is more important than anything else as that would be the catalyst in speeding up the conversion process.
He stressed the fact that should batsmen clutch together, then it would become easy for the bowlers to go about their business. So far, Rangpur Riders have won only once out of their three matches.
“In T20, the start is very important and we are lacking in this. If batsmen support, then it becomes easy for the bowlers to do their job,” Tom Moody was quoted as saying by bdcrictime.com.