“I think if RCB wins this one, then they’ll probably win two, three, four quickly,” – Says AB de Villiers.
RCB Can Win Multiple Titles Quickly If they break the Drought. Faf du Plessis’ side has reached three finals but has yet to win the competition.
With most of their players retained ahead of the mega-auction, RCB finished third in the 2022 season. Despite having around four months before the new season begins, Virat Kohli’s return to form is expected to be a huge positive for the team.
Royal Challengers Bangalore has been playing in the IPL for 11 seasons under AB de Villiers. In the 15 years since the franchise joined the league, Royal Challengers Bangalore has yet to win a single title despite having a solid team consistently over the years.
In a Star Sports video, De Villiers said the RCB must win their first title to gain momentum.
“It’s been how many seasons now? Quite a few, 14 or 15 or whatever. So, they would love to break the shackles. I think if RCB wins this one, then they’ll probably win two, three, four quickly, but let’s wait and see what happens; T20 cricket is a bit of a gamble sometimes; anything can happen. Especially knockout games, but hopefully, RCB’s turn is around the corner.”
The mini-auction is coming on 23 December and RCB has 1.55 crore of the from the last auction and INR 6.55 crore in Current purse before trades and retentions. It is likely that they will spend the purse to build more better team under the mentorship of Mr.360.
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