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Jos Buttler picks former Indian skipper Rahul Dravid to bat for life

Jos Buttler and Rahul Dravid
Jos Buttler and Rahul Dravid. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Rajasthan Royals’ opening batter Jos Buttler has been in the form of his life. The right-handed explosive batter is currently dominating the run charts with his fearless brand of cricket. The England international is the current leading run-scorer in the ongoing season of the Indian Premier League.

He has played seven games so far wherein he has aggregated 491 runs in 7 games at an average of 81.83. He has maintained an exceptional strike rate of 161.51 and has an impressive batting average of 81.83. Rajasthan Royals are currently third on the points table.

They played 7 games wherein they won 5 games and lost twice. The Royals will lock horns with Royal Challengers Bangalore tomorrow at Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune. Jos Buttler who has been the biggest strength in RR’s batting unit will be looking forward to carrying his good form.

Jos Buttler reveals a batsman he would trust to bat for his life

Meanwhile, RR batter Buttler has opened up the name of the batter he would trust to bat for his life. His teammate Ravichandran Ashwin turned up as an interviewer and asked quite a tough question to the England batter.

Jos Buttler replied to the query during a rapid-fire round interaction with Rajasthan Royals (RR) on social media. The Englishman picked former Indian skipper, Rahul Dravid to bat for him if his life was on the line. Ashwin asked, “If your life was on the line, who would you choose to bat for you?”

Meanwhile, Jos Buttler responded “Rahul Dravid,” Meanwhile, Ashwin replied by saying “Wow, that’s Nice. Any particular reason?” Buttler replied “Just, The Wall, you can’t get past that. He’ll bat all day.”


Rahul Dravid is currently serving as the head coach of the Indian national cricket team. The former Indian captain started his coaching career in 2021 after the end of the T20 World Cup. Dravid scored 13,288 runs in the purest form of the game and 10889 runs in ODIs.

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