While Keshav Maharaj, who’s also a Super Giant in the SA20, will train alongside the squad during the season, he will not be part of our official squad. However, his presence during the entire season is bound to inject positive energy into the group. 

Maharaj, who bowls left-arm spin, feasted on Indian surfaces last year in the ODI World Cup, where he picked up 15 wickets from 10 matches at an economy of just over four. 


Even in the SA20 earlier this year, Maharaj, playing for our sister franchise, took 15 wickets from 13 matches and choked the opposition consistently. His leadership skills also stood out throughout the tournament.

We will begin their quest for the IPL 2024 title at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur against the inaugural champions Rajasthan Royals on March 24.

Our first home game at our beloved BRSABV Ekana Cricket Stadium in Lucknow will be against Punjab Kings on March 30.