Who will top run-getters and wicket-takers in IPL 2023? Aakash Chopra and Jatin Sapru answer in Rario App Launch Event

Rario is the world's first platform to offer officially licensed cricket player cards.

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Rario, the ultimate cricket fan club, on Thursday held a live app launch event in which some of the top cricket voices took part. The Rario App will enable cricket fans to get a smooth experience of Rario’s wide range of utilities, including the much-loved one-of-its-kind cricket strategy game: D3

The home to the world’s largest digital cricket collectibles, Rario, recently announced a partnership with two IPL franchises including defending champions Gujarat Titans and Punjab Kings. They are expected to sign a few more franchises ahead of the IPL 2023.

Meanwhile, at the Rario App Launch Event, renowned cricket commentators Aakash Chopra and Jatin Sapru answered some interesting questions from the fans, including which player cards fans should get to win rewards of up to 30 CRORE on Rario during IPL 2023. 

When asked about the potential candidates for the leading run-getters in IPL 2023, Aakash Chopra was quick to name KL Rahul and Shubman Gill. Both the openers smashed big runs in the 2022 edition and are among the leading contenders for the IPL 2023 Orange Cap race.

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Aakash also backed Royal Challengers Bangalore's Virat Kohli to forget the last season's trouble and compete with Rahul-Gill for the Orange Cap. However, Jatin picked Chennai Super Kings' opener Ruturaj Gaikwad, who was the leading run-getter during the IPL 2021 and led the scoring chart for CSK in IPL 2023 with 368 runs from 14 innings.

For the IPL 203 Purple Cap race, Jatin picked Punjab Kings' speedster Kagiso Rabada and RCB's spin ace Wanindu Hasaranga. Rabada was the leading pace wicket-taker last season with 23 wickets from just 13 innings with two four-wicket hauls. Hasaranga made a big impact last year with 26 wickets from 16 innings and fell just one wicket short of Yuzvendra Chahal's highest 27-wicket tally.



By Rahul Prajapati - 23 Mar, 2023

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