King XI Punjab Team Squad For IPL T20 2016 IPL 9 Player List
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Information About IPL Kings XI Punjab Team Squad 2016
Kings XI Punjab were left in shock as they finished bottom of the league table in 2015 IPL season with only three wins in entire IPL 2015. One would imagin they will be looking to overhaul the squad from previous season but to surprise they have retained as many as 14 players ahead of the IPL 2016 auction leaving them with only Rs 23 crore to buy new players in the auction. Lets take a look at their squad and what positions they will be looking to strengthen in IPL auction. King XI Punjab Team Squad For IPL T20 2016 IPL 9 Player List
Kings XI Punjab has released Virender Sehwag who might not play in next edition of IPL while along with Sehwag they have let go 8 players the lowest number of all teams. The big name players who are released ahead of the IPL auction are Beuran Hendricks, Geroge Bailey and Thisara Perera while the likes of Murali Vijay, Wriddhiman Saha, David Miller, Glenn Maxwell, Mitchell Johnson and Shaun Marsh has been retained. below is the list of players retained and released ahead of the new season. King XI Punjab Team Squad For IPL T20 2016 IPL 9 Player List
Kings XI Punjab Team Squad For IPL T20 2016:
David Miller (capt), Kyle Abbott, Anureet Singh, Armaan Jaffer, Farhaan Behardien, KC Cariappa, RishiDhawan, Gurkeerat Singh Mann, Mitchell Johnson, Shaun Marsh, Glenn Maxwell,Nikhil Naik, Axar Patel, Wriddhiman Saha, Sandeep Sharma, Pradeep Sahu, Mohit Sharma, Marcus Stoinis, Swapnil Singh, Shardul Thakur, M Vijay, Manan Vohra
Kings XI in 2014 were like a volcano blowing its lid. Nine totals of 170 or more, four of which passed 200, helped them march into the playoffs and beyond. By the time they made their first IPL final, they had re-branded themselves as the most entertaining team in the tournament. The following season, though, it all went bust and Kings XI were the first to be knocked out. Perhaps, the only constant across the two topsy-turvy years was captain George Bailey's cherubic smile.