The great Indian Premier League (IPL) consisting of 10 teams, out of which the Punjab Kings is one. Earlier when it was formed in 2008, it was named as Kings Punjab in February 2021. This team is jointly owned by the Mohit Burman, Ness Wadia, Preity Zinta, Karan Paul. The team is based in Mohali, Punjab.
The kit of this team contains the shirts and the track with red in color. As of now there is a vacancy for the captain of the team, but the previous captain was KL Rahul. The team is been directed by the coach Anil Kumble. The team plays its home matches at the PCA stadium, Inderjit Singh Bindra Stadium. Mohali.
The logo of the team consist a shield in which a roaring lion and name of the team is displayed. The team has a tagline that is “We Don’t buy superstars, we make them.” The team has established itself only in 2014, when the team topped the league table for the first time. But before the team was just giving the playoff appearance. As per statistics the current status of this team is defunct. The team has not yet won the IPL title.
The Kings XI Punjab team has a stable win percentage of around 46%. The team never steps back in any situation that they faced in the IPL tournament so far. They stand strong on the pitch to give competition to any team that the face and enjoy their gameplay. With the PBKS Squad 2022, they are hoping to win the coming IPL tournament.
Punjab Kings Team 2022 : PBKS TATA IPL 15 Players List
With 25 players in their team, PBKS is planning a strong strategy. They have acquired top players from various parts of India and around world. The team has a stable count of Batsman and Bowler ratio. Looks like Kings XI Punjab is planning to compete with all the other 9 teams in both batting and fielding perspective. In the captaincy of Mayank Agarwal, the team is all set for their journey in the IPL 2022.
|Mayank Agarwal (c)||India||Batsman|
|Bhanuka Rajapaksa||Sri Lanka||Batsman|
|Prabhsimran Singh (wk)||India||WK-Batsman|
|Jitesh Sharma (wk)||India||WK-Batsman|
|Jonny Bairstow (wk)||England||WK-Batsman|
|Odean Smith||West Indies||Bowler|
|Kagiso Rabada||South Africa||Bowler|
|Mayank Agarwal (Player No: 1)||India||Batsman|
|Arshdeep Singh (Player No: 4)||India||Bowler|