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IPL on Pod: Virat Kohli's captaincy, summit clash preview between DC and MI, and more

  • FirstCricket Staff
  • November 9th, 2020
  • 15:30:59 IST

After 59 matches and 53 days, the 2020 edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) has reached its climax. The final of the 13th edition of the league will be played in Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Tuesday, 10 November featuring defending champions Mumbai Indians and first-time finalists Delhi Capitals.

The gruelling T20 tournament had quite a few talking points, and in this edition of IPL on Pod, Firstpost's Ujwal Kumar Singh, Amit Banerjee, and Shantanu Srivastava discuss what went wrong with Sunrisers Hyderabad in their Qualifier 2 against DC, besides debating whether it is time for RCB to look beyond Virat Kohli as a captain, and previewing the all-important final.

There is, of course, a discussion on tonight's Supernovas versus Trailblazers final as well, where we talk about both teams' strengths and weaknesses.

Click here to listen to previous episodes of IPL on Pod

Updated Date: November 09, 2020 15:30:59 IST

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