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    Does IPL deserve credit for India's LOI success?

    IPL has produced a lot of LOI stars that are playing in the current Indian team

    Kuli
    Yuzi
    Bumrah
    Bhuvi
    Pandya

    Even Rahul and Kohli have honed their big hitting skills in IPL.

    I'm sure I am missing more names. How much credit does IPL deserve?

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    Ipl deserves a lot of credit for preparing the players to play in high pressure situations and do well.

    Look how calmly 200 was scored.

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    You have to give credit to ipl for the big hitting skills which almost all Indian batsmen these days have

    And it's not just having the talent for big hitting. They know how to execute it and when to do it keeping in mind the pressure

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    Yes it does.
    Last edited by Abdullah719; 8th July 2018 at 17:49.


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    Yes definitely! Pandya is the sole reason for restricting England to not to go beyond 200, and in return his fielding and batting added to it, Pandya is the major reason behind India's success in this T20 series aganist ENGLAND IN ENGLAND. IPL also tranformed the KL Rahul to a dynamic T20 player and his century in the 1st match is a testament.

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    Yes. Pandya was cooler than ice in last 4 overs. No facial expression after hitting boundaries. IPL doesn't improve skills but makes you stronger mentally. Makes chasing in second innings much easier.

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    I would give credit to IPL to improve our fielding standards and also encouraging fast bowlers to go all out.Look at the number of Indian fast bowlers hitting 140s now both international cricket and domestics.Even a previous lallu state team like Kerala has two 140 bowlers already.They now know that if they bowl fast, they could get into an IPL rooster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slog View Post
    You have to give credit to ipl for the big hitting skills which almost all Indian batsmen these days have

    And it's not just having the talent for big hitting. They know how to execute it and when to do it keeping in mind the pressure
    They play proper cricketing shots. If you watched the match the assuredness with which they chased this was very striking.

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    And also improved the strength conditioning and fitness coaching in India.Even state teams have good trainers now.And that is the reason trundlers like Chahar are increasing their pace now.

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    IPL has helped Indian players deal with pressure situations. Ranji trophy has helped develop core skills. So it's credit to the role Indian system for their batting ability.

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    IPL has helped many teams and not just India, particularly, even the non-Asian countries- Australia, South Africa, England, New Zealand and West Indies.

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    Yes playing in IPL will definitely help them. They get exposure of playing in front of huge crowds and also rub shoulders with the best players in the world.

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    Its all thanks to IPL.

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    So a team full of IPL stars wins again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BreadPakoda View Post
    So a team full of IPL stars wins again.
    Dunno about world cup but India have been great since 2016. It's extremely hard to beat India in bilaterals nowadays.

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    Not just India, but England's recent ODI form too has a lot to do with the IPL.


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