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Virat Kohli picks his favourite team to play against and It’s not Mumbai Indians

Virat Kohli is currently playing IPL 2023 with RCB.

Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) batter Virat Kohli has named his Indian Premier League (IPL) picks. The former RCB skipper has picked the most underrated batter, greatest all-rounder, better spinner, his favourite shot and his favourite opposition in the league.

Virat Kohli picks his favourite team to play against and It’s not Mumbai Indians

Virat Kohli is one of the greatest batters to have played in the IPL. He joined RCB in 2008 and didn’t look back as he has shattered many records in the league. He has played most matches (228) for RCB and is also the leading run-scorer for the team with 6844 runs to his name.

Not only this, he has the most centuries (5) and half-centuries (47) for the team. The right-hander is also the owner of the most boundaries for the team and also has the most runs for them in the season when he smashed 973 runs in 2016.


Recently in an interaction at Jio cinema, he was asked to pick a few things. The right-hander first named Ambati Rayudu as the most underrated batter in the league. He was also asked to name the greatest all-rounder in the league. He didn’t shy away and names Shane Watson.

Kohli was then asked to pick the best spinner between Sunil Narine and Rashid Khan. The right-hander went on to name Afghanistan’s leg spinner as the great spinner in the league. He then also named pull shot as his favourite in T20s.


Virat Kohli then was finally asked to pick his favourite opponent. He, however, didn’t pick Mumbai Indians and went on to choose Chennai Super Kings because of the biggest fan base.

Virat Kohli’s IPL picks (On JioCinema)

Here are Virat Kohli’s IPL picks

Most underrated batter – Ambati Rayudu.


Greatest All Rounder – Shane Watson.

Better Spinner between Narine and Rashid – Rashid.

Favorite shot in T20s – Pull shot.


Favorite team to play against – CSK due to the big fan base.

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