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“Even If You Are At Your Home Venue, There’s Going For Them”- David Warner Names The 3 Most Popular IPL Teams

Australian cricket team star David Warner recently shared his experience of playing IPL matches in Indian stadiums. Warner has been a part of two franchises in his IPL career. At the start of the tournament, he was a part of the Delhi Daredevils and remained with them till 2013. In 2014, SunRisers Hyderabad signed him.

Warner had a very successful stint with SRH as he won his maiden IPL trophy as captain in the 2016 edition of the mega event. Unfortunately though SRH released him ahead of the IPL 2022 Mega Auction as the southpaw could not impress much in IPL 2021. He returned to the Delhi-based franchise this year and had a fantastic season.

While his team could not qualify for the IPL 2022 playoffs, Warner was one of the highest run-scorers in the league stage of the competition. Speaking with Fox Cricket after the Delhi Capitals exited the tournament, Warner shared his views on playing in the season and discussed the most popular teams.


According to the Aussie, the three teams that get the most support from the fans are Chennai Super Kings, Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore.

David Warner says there is always support for Mumbai, Chennai and Bangalore irrespective of where they are playing

Sharing his opinion on how the fans react at the stadium even when their home team is up against the Mumbai Indians, Chennai Super Kings or Royal Challengers Bangalore, Warner said:

“It’s crazy. I think if you play…there’s three specific teams – Mumbai, RCB and Chennai. Doesn’t matter where you play them, even if you are at your home venue, there’s going for them. So yeah, you are up against it. So, hopefully, you don’t come up against them too often.”

The IPL 2023 season will likely follow a home-away format. So RCB and CSK will get a chance to play at their home venues after 3 years.


Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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