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IPL – Indian Premier League will be very tough for these cricketers all over the world. The player who gets a chance to play in IPL is a feat in itself. Performance in IPL is key to be selected in the Indian cricket team for Indians as foreign players here to earn their name and money. IPL schedule to take place after four months before that mega auction franchises will look to chop and make a change in the process by not buying few players.
From the India taza report, we can suggest that there will be the ninth franchise in 2021. One new franchise will be added to the IPL family and that makes the mega auction even more interesting. The franchise will decide whom to take whom not to take, they will decide by seeing the future and pick a team that can give them the IPL trophy.
Here are the players who may go unsold in the mega auction:
Umesh Yadav: His economy is higher and that may work against him. During this season he got a lot of chances to prove himself. He Vidyut picks up a single wicket and he may go and sold in the the the the the the the the the the the the the the coming season auction table.
Piyush Chawala: Previously his fitness was quite good. In 2020 he did not get to feature more in CSK games in 7 matches he only picked up 6 wickets and went at an economy at 9.09. If the veteran comes back at the auction table, it would be very difficult for any franchise to show their interest in him.
Kedar Jadhav: He has the potential to score high runs. 2020 IPL he played for CSK he did not live up to his potential. He scored 62 in 8 matches and had a forgettable IPL. His fitness is also a concern he may go unsold at the auction just because of his performance and fitness.
Robin Uthappa: In the last few years he might be a good player. His strike rate is very low. Before coming to Rajasthan Royals this year, he also played for Kolkata Knight Riders. Seeing his bad performance in KKR sold him to Rajasthan Royals.
Dinesh Karthik: He was a former captain of the KKR team, after seeing his poor performance in 2020 IPL he resigned from captaincy after playing 8 matches. Earlier he was also a good player but now seeing his poor performance, the franchise may not buy.
Manoj Tiwari: Indian player who struggled a lot to make a comeback in IPL. Previously he played for KKR Kings XI Punjab and Rising Pune supergiants. Seeing the last IPL match performance when he was last played in IPL for Rising Pune supergiants by seeing his performance no franchise board him from last 2 years. expect to come back in 2021.
Ashok Dinda: Fast bowler made his debut for India in 2009. Lastly played IPL in Rising Pune Supergiants team couldn’t perform well there and come up with a low average wicket-taker that’s why all franchise ignored him to buy from last two years.
Might make a comeback in 2021 IPL.