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IPL 2024: Changes Ahead for Lucknow Super Giants as Andy Flower’s Tenure Ends

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IPL 2024 is set to bring changes for the Lucknow Super Giants, a new franchise that made its debut alongside Gujarat in 2022. Both teams have performed admirably, with Lucknow qualifying for the playoffs in both seasons. However, significant alterations are expected in the Lucknow team for IPL 2024.

Since 2022, Andy Flower has served as the head coach of the Lucknow Super Giants, with KL Rahul as the team’s captain and Gautam Gambhir as the mentor. However, recent reports indicate that the team is looking to change its head coach for IPL 2024. Andy Flower’s tenure is coming to an end, and he may be replaced by former Australian batsman Justin Langer.

Andy Flower’s two-year contract with the Lucknow Super Giants has reached its conclusion. He has provided excellent coaching, leading the team to the playoffs in both seasons. However, the team management has decided not to extend Flower’s contract, leading to speculation about his removal as head coach before IPL 2024.

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Justin Langer, renowned as one of Australia’s finest Test players, is being considered as a potential replacement. Media reports suggest that the Lucknow team management is contemplating appointing Langer as the next head coach. Langer is currently not coaching any team and is reportedly keen to take on the role with the Lucknow Super Giants.

Although there has been no official confirmation from the management of Andy Flower or the Lucknow Super Giants regarding these developments, the potential coaching transition adds intrigue to the team’s prospects in IPL 2024. Fans eagerly await further updates on the new head coach and the team’s preparations for the upcoming season.

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14 overs with LSG at 109/4

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14 overs with LSG at 109/4

Pooran has smoked this for a maximum over deep midwicket after Chakravarthy made a rank full toss. In 13.1 overs, LSG reached 100. Pooran isn’t really making much of a connection when Chakravarthy throws the ball wide outside of him. Chakravarthy crosses him again, and he misses another cut. After that six off the first ball, just four runs.

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99/4 for LSG in 13 overs

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99/4 for LSG in 13 overs

Into his third over, Narine. At long on, Badoni opens with a single. With his fourth ball, Pooran opens his account by cutting this away to deep point for a single. Stretching forward, Badoni knocks this one long and wide for another. From the crease, Pooran has an inside advantage in defending this. He completes the over with a single.

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LSG in 12 overs at 95/4

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LSG in 12 overs at 95/4

SIX! Dropping to one knee, Badoni sweeps this slot delivery over deep midwicket for a maximum over Chakravarthy. For a single, full toss is driven long-on.

OUT! With the departure of Stoinis, Salt has taken a stunner. The ball ballooned for Salt to pouch diving to his right after Googly, Stoinis, got an inside edge into his pads.

Next is Nicholas Pooran. gains a leg-side advantage when attempting to heave across the line. On bounce, it goes to short third.

Marcus Stoinis 10 (5b 2×4), Phil Salt c, Varun Chakravarthy b.

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