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Kedar Jadhav is named by the RCB as David Willey's replacement

David Willey will be replaced by Kedar Jadhav by Royal Challengers Bangalore for the rest of the Indian Premier League on Monday.
The English all-rounder Willey participated in four games for RCB this year and claimed three wickets.
Since making his IPL debut in 2010, Jadhav has played in 93 IPL games and amassed 1,196 runs. The right-handed hitter, who earlier played 17 matches for RCB, was signed on for his basic salary of Rs 1 lakh.
The all-rounder from Maharashtra, age 38, has appeared in 73 One-Day Internationals for India, hitting 1,389 runs and taking 27 wickets with his off-breaks.
Additionally, he participated in nine T20Is and scored 58 runs.
Jadhav was providing Marathi commentary and had not been purchased at this year's IPL auction.

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