Russell’s recipe to get the better of de Villiers, Warner
|| CF Correspondent ||
Apart from Rangpur Riders, Dhaka Dynamites this season get some more strong opponents in their quest to regain the coveted BPL title. While AB de Villiers joins Chris Gayle and company to bolster Rangpur Riders, David Warner doubles the strength of Sylhet Sixers. On the other hand, Steven Smith is also coming to make Comilla Victorians a formidable team one.
So Dhaka Dynamites have several tasks at hands. However the team’s all-rounder Andre Russell seemed to have some ideas as to how they can neutralize the threat of those world class players.
“It’s going to be competitive. Those guys bring something special in the tournament. At the end of the day, they are human beings but they are specials especially AB De Villiers and David Warner –we all know how destructive they can be,” said Russell.
“We just have to make sure that we get them out as soon as possible when we play against them. The longer the Warner and AB de Villiers bat, the more damage they can do. Playing against these guys we have to plan a bit harder and more technical. But these guys are good for this tournament.”
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