January 26, 2022

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Aakash Chopra picks 4 players, Mumbai Indians could retain for IPL 2022

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The former Indian cricketer and current star sports commentator Aakash Chopra is busy with his cricket analysis with his YouTube page. Aakash Chopra’s YouTube page is very near to the milestone of 3 million followers. Recently, Aakash Chopra picks 4 players that Mumbai Indians could retain in upcoming auction of IPL 2021.

Reportedly, BCCI and IPL management have allowed to retain only four players for each team. Each team can select maximum two overseas players or maximum three Indian players in their retaintion. It’s very intresting to see that.

Read more : New auction rules for IPL 2022 auction !

As per our ‘CricActivity’ reports BCCI could manage 2-3 Right to Match (RTM) card also. Reportedly BCCI to announce two new IPL teams in early October. CricActivity understands IPL auction to happen in End of December including two new IPL Teams.

Aakash Chopra is opened his opinion about Mumbai Indians retains. Aakash Chopra believes that Mumbai Indians definitely retain Rohit Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah and Hardik Pandya for IPL 2022. While Kieron Pollard will be there choice for an overseas option.

“The Mumbai Indians are the first team that comes to mind. Rohit Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah, Hardik Pandya – you will hundred percent want to retain these three players” Aakash Chopra said.

“Among these Rohit will be the first retention, but the second and third, will Hardik or Bumrah be happy with just seven crores. That’s a bit of an issue.” Former Indian cricketer added in his conversation.

Aakash Chopra praises Kieron Pollard

Aakash Chopra believes that Mumbai Indians definitely going to add West Indian fire power as their fourth retaintion. Mumbai Indians have Trent Boult, Quinton de Kock in their squad. But Kieron Pollard deserve his place in Mumbai Indians squad.

“I feel they will retain Pollard at the start. So that will be their four retentions.” Aakash Chopra praises Kieron Pollard.

Here’s the video