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    CLT20 2013: Top 10 batsmen to look out for

    • Considering this is going to be Tendulkar's last appearance for Mumbai Indians, the batting icon will have extra motivation to make it big. (Getty Images)

    • Chennai Super KIngs skipper MS Dhoni will be the biggest threat for the opponnents as he has the ability to single-handedly change the course of a match. (Getty Images)

    • After a brilliant show with the bat in IPL 6, CSK's Mike Hussey - who has already retired from international cricket - is as explosive as any other batsman in this year's competition. (Getty Images)

    • Rohit Sharma was handed over the captaincy of Mumbai Indians midway through the tournament and he thrived in his new role scoring more than 500 runs and winning the trophy for his team. (Getty Images)

    • After having a good show in the IPL, Shaun Marsh would like to continue his good form with the bat for Perth Scorchers. (Getty Images)

    • Shane Watson scored 543 runs in 16 matches in IPL 6 with a century and two fifties and had a strike rate of 142.89. (Getty Images)

    • AB de Villiers is currently the most consistent batsman in the all formats of the game. He had a good show with the bat for Royal Challengers Bangalore and would like to continue his form for the Titans.(Getty Images)

    • Kieron Pollard could be the most devastating batsman in this format on his day; he also played a big role in Mumbai Indians' title win in IPL 6. (Getty Images)

    • The legendary Rahul Dravid has rediscovered himself as a dasher for Rajasthan Royals and will be making his last appearance on a cricket field during this CLT20. (Getty Images)

    • Shikhar Dhawan played just 10 matches for Sunrisers Hyderabad in IPL 6 but maintained a healthy average of 38.87 with three fifties. (Getty Images)