In IPL 2021, Royal Challengers captained by Virat Kohli is considered one of the strongest contenders for the Bangalore title. This claim is not just bookish, but if we look at the team, this team looks very dangerous. RCB is probably the strongest middle-order in this IPL. AB de Villiers and the dangerous Kangaroo batsman Glenn Maxwell, who is popularly known as Mr. 360, are even more dangerous. RCB has emerged as the strongest unit in this IPL. A batsman like Virat Kohli in the top flight and an all-rounder such as Kyle Jamieson in the lower order can run a difficult time. Tim David has entered the team. This Australian batsman based in Singapore can prove to be a threat to opposing teams. RCB coach Mike Hesson believes that if the team needs it, this batsman can play in the position of batsmen like Maxwell or De Villiers.
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RCB coach Mike Hesson praised David, saying, “After Finn Allen’s departure, we have decided to strengthen our middle order in terms of options, so Tim David has joined our team.” He is currently playing for The Southern Brave on The Hundred. He has recently performed as a Power Player of the Surrey and Hobart Hurricanes. If necessary, they can replace Maxwell or De Villiers. In addition, they also give us other options throughout the order. He said, ‘We now have more than one vacancy, which we will try to fill in the coming days. Yes, the time was so busy gathering the team. But we are happy with the team we have. On Saturday, Chameera and Tim David were definitely high-quality players like AB de Villiers, Glenn Maxwell and Kyle Jamieson and Daniel Christian. So this is seven of our eight foreign players.
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David has played 15 T20 internationals in which he scored 558 runs at an average of 46.50. He recently played 140 *, 52 * and 102 for Surrey in the Royal London One Day Cup. In addition, he has scored 180 runs at an average of 45 in 6 matches for Lahore Callanders in the Pakistan Super League.