Rajasthan Royals Director of Cricket Kumar Sangakkara feels that Ashwin needs to think about improvement and bowl the conventional off-break deliveries more frequently.
Rajasthan Royals easily beat Royal Challengers Bangalore by seven wickets on Friday to reach their first IPL final since 2008 and have a shot at a second title.
Rana, who hit an unbeaten 48, anchored the 153-run chase on a slow-paced Wankhede wicket to help KKR beat RR by seven wickets on Monday and snap their five-match losing streak.
Shimron Hetmyer's unbeaten 59 and a four-wicket haul from Yuzvendra Chahal helped Rajasthan Royals beat Lucknow Super Giants by three runs at the Wankhede Stadium.
Buttler century, Ashwin-Chahal duo too good for Mumbai as Rajasthan overpower them by 23 runs
The prospect of Lasith Malinga working alongside the likes of upcoming Indian pacers Prasidh Krishna and Navdeep Saini excites Kumar Sangakkara.
Commenting on the make-up of his squad, Sangakkara said the presence of Yuzvendra Chahal and R Ashwin will make a huge difference.
Warne, one of the all-time greats of the game who made the world fall in love with spin bowling, died at the age of 52 due to a suspected heart attack in Thailand on Friday.
Having appointed Samson as their captain before the 2021 season, the Royals have chosen the batter as the first retained player for Rs 14 crore.
To manage highs and lows require different perspective feels Sangakkara.
Sangakkara opened up on how he is impressed with Sakariya, the role of Chris Morris in absence of Jos Buttler and Ben Stokes, the new bowling action of Jaydev Unadkat.
Sangakkara picked India as one of his favourite teams to make the semis of the upcoming tournament, starting on June 1.