Rajasthan Royals have been the most consistent performer throughout all the editions of the IPL. Rajasthan won the IPL in 2008 under the captaincy of Australian spinner Shane Warne. They do better as the expected to them Rajasthan do lot better in the tournament, Rajasthan Royals surprised everybody by going on to win the trophy.
Rajasthan Royals, have been in news for IPL spot-fixing, three player’s arrest of the team in 2013. However, Rajasthan Royals are the winners of the first edition of the Indian Premier League under the captaincy of Australian Shane Watson they have maintained the tradition of including fresh and new face in the team . Rajasthan finished 5th in the previous season, Rajasthan decided to release five players for the IPL 8 upcoming auctions. They released players like Brad Hodge, Kevon Cooper, Ankit Sharma, Ankush Bains, and Amit Sharma.
Spinner Iqbal Abdullah has moved to Royal Challengers, and Parthiv Patel and Unmukt Chand also moved to Mumbai Indians. Rajasthan Royals has been consistent with their performance in all the seasons of IPL. A new seasons starting on April 8 2015, and all eyes will be on all-rounder Shane Watson who brilliant in both batting and bowling both departments, other players like James Faulkner and Ajinka Rahane expected to perform well in the IPL season 8.
The 2014 team has seen the rearrange by several of these players for not-performing well, and players who performed in last seasons have been retained.
The Rajasthan Royals have plan their game, how to developed new strategies and improve their performance. Rajasthan already won the hearts of people, in Jaipur and elsewhere, at the very least, the Rajasthan Royals are expected to play well in IPL 8 season, and Winn the IPL tittle.
Rajasthan Royals team Squad:
Shane Watson, Ankit Nagendra Sharma, Ben Cutting, Abhishek Nayar, Ajinkya Rahane, Deepak Hooda, Dhawal Kulkarni, Karun Nair, Pravin Tambe, Rahul Tewatia, Rajat Bhatia, Sanju Samson, Dishant Yagnik, James Faulkner, Kane Richardson, Steven Smith, Stuart Binny, Tim Southee, Vikramjeet Malik, Chris Morris, Juan Theron, Barinder Singh Saran, Dinesh Salunkhe.