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Switching loyalties: Champions League T20 one day to go

Big money contracts with IPL teams means some stars will abandon their home teams in the CLT20. HT takes a look.

india Updated: Sep 20, 2011 11:46 IST

Big money contracts with IPL teams means some stars will abandon their home teams in the CLT20. HT takes a look...

Brad Haddin
Home: NSW; Opts for: KKR
His IPL stint was cut short to one match due to a finger injury. But Kolkata will need the 'keeper's experience.

Doug Bollinger
Home: NSW; Opts for: CSK
With 17 wkts at 19.35 each and an eco rate of 7 in IPL season, he's the hot pick for the CLT20.

Brett Lee
Home: NSW; Opts for: KKR
The Aussie was below par for his new IPL team this year. With 5 wickets in 12 games @ 67 he was expensive too.

Jacques Kallis
Home: Warriors; Opts: KKR
After a bland show for RCB, he was superb at the top for his new employers, giving them solid & flying starts.

Davy Jacobs
Home: Warriors; Opts for: MI
Was hired for his impressive T20 record for the Warriors. In IPL though, he got just 6 games but didn't impress.

Dwayne Bravo
Home: T&T; Opts for: CSK
A strong CSK batting didn't give him much chance to bat in IPL. His bowling though was pretty useful.

Kieron Pollard
Home: T&T; Opts for: MI
Was splendid at the IPL last year. A dangerous batsman, handy bowler & a livewire on field. Complete T20 product.

Aiden Blizzard
Home: Redbacks; Opts: MI
Can pump up the scoring rate whenever needed. Lack of opportunities for MI meant he couldn't prove his mettle.

Suraj Randiv
Home: Ruhuna; Opts: CSK
The spinner was expected to fill the boots of Murali in CSK but couldn't do much with the opportunities he got.