IPL Auction 2023: 10 Uncapped Indian Players Who Might Cause A Bidding War. The BCCI have confirmed that the registration deadline for the IPL auction 2023 has ended. A total of 991 players have made themselves available for selection, with 714 Indians and 277 overseas players.
The likes of Ben Stokes, Cameron Green, Joe Root and Mayank Agarwal are some of the biggest names available for grabs. A maximum of 87 players will be sold on December 23 in Kochi in IPL Auction 2023.
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A total of 714 Indian players have registered themselves. The list includes 277 overseas players, with 20 players from Associate nations. Among available are 185 capped players – with the likes of Ben Stokes, Cameron Green, and Sam Curran all set for big bucks.
Some big names such as Kane Williamson, Nicholas Pooran and Mayank Agarwal were all let go by their franchises. A total of 163 players were retained, opening up 87 new slots for the IPL auction 2023. There are several uncapped Indian cricketers on the radar of a few franchises in the IPL Auction 2023.
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IPL Auction 2023: 10 Uncapped Indian Players Who Might Cause A Bidding War
1. Samarth Vyas
Samarth Vyas recently made the headlines for becoming the fifth batter to reach a double century in the Vijay Hazare Trophy 2022 and he has been in great form in recent times. The Saurashtra batter had a fantastic strike rate of above 170 in the recently concluded Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy 2022 and was among the consistent run-scorers of the tournament.
He scored 317 runs in seven games at a terrific strike rate of 177.4 in the recently concluded Syed Mushtaq Ali trophy 2022. He carried his good form into the Vijay Hazare trophy in 2022 where he notched up 371 runs in seven games, including a double hundred against Manipur. He also ended up as the third-highest run-getter in the latest edition of the Saurashtra Premier League with 154 runs in four games at a brilliant strike rate of 143.93.
Samarth Vyas can play a big role in the middle order with his ability to hit maximums consistently and he is yet to bag an IPL contract. A lot of scouts have been looking out for talents like Samarth Vyas and the fact that he scores a high percentage of his runs through boundaries might work in his favor.
Franchises like Kolkata Knight Riders and Sunrisers Hyderabad have a lot of slots to fill up and they certainly will have their eyes set on the 26-year-old given the impact he has had of late. He will be on the radar of a few franchises in the IPL Auction 2023.
2. Narayan Jagadeesan
Narayan Jagadeesan might end up among the most sought-after players at the IPL 2023 auction after his phenomenal performance in the ongoing Vijay Hazare Trophy 2022 season. The 26-year-old was released by the Chennai Super Kings franchise after featuring in just seven games since IPL 2020 and was never given a consistent run.
The Tamil Nadu wicketkeeper-batter has had a fantastic performance in the List A format having smashed a phenomenal double ton against Arunachal Pradesh recently. His 277 run-knock off just 141 balls comprised 25 fours and 15 sixes and it turned out to be the highest individual score in List A cricket around the world.
Also, Narayan Jagadeesan became the first batter to hit five consecutive tons in List A cricket and is topping the runs chart (Vijay Hazare Trophy 2022) by a huge margin. He is expected to be the top priority for a lot of teams in the IPL Auction 2023 given that he can do the wicketkeeping duties as well and can open the innings.
He will be on the radar of a few franchises in the IPL Auction 2023.
3. Shams Mulani
The left-arm off-spinner Shams Mulani represents Mumbai in domestic cricket. He has been a consistent performer for them in the Ranji Trophy and the recently concluded Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. He ended the Ranji Trophy 2022 as the highest wicket-taker with 45 scalps in six games.
He added 16 more wickets from 10 games at the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy 2022. He is also useful with the bat down the order and has registered over 1000 runs in first-class cricket. He will be on the radar of a few franchises in the IPL Auction 2023.
4. Vidhwanth Kaverappa
Karnataka’s right-arm pacer is a young man who has done well in this domestic season. He bagged 17 scalps in 13 games for the Gulbarga Mystics in the latest edition of the Maharaja Trophy T20 (formerly known as the Karnataka Premier League).
Vidhwanth Kaverappa also did well for Karnataka in the recently concluded Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy 2022, bagging 18 wickets in eight matches with a brilliant economy rate of 6.36. He will be on the radar of a few franchises in the IPL Auction 2023.
5. Abhimanyu Easwaran
The 27-year-old India A skipper from Bengal, Abhimanyu Easwaran has a decent record in T20s too apart from First Class and List A cricket. He averages 45.33 in 78 First class games and 46.24 in as many List A games.
He has notched up over 5000 FC and 3000 List A runs but is yet to debut for India. In T20s too, he has amassed 728 runs in 27 matches averaging 38.31, and has 1 ton and 3 fifties to his name. He is yet to play IPL but will be on the radar of a few franchises in IPL Auction 2023.
6. Ankit Singh Rajpoot
Since 2013, Ankit Singh Rajpoot has had a connection to the premier T20 competition. The Kanpur-born cricketer gained notoriety in 2018 when he took 11 wickets in eight games for Kings XI Punjab (now Punjab Kings), including an incredible five-wicket haul against Sunrisers Hyderabad. The 28-year-old, though, hasn’t been able to perform since the 2018 campaign.
Ankit Singh Rajpoot was chosen in this year’s IPL 2022 mega auction by the Lucknow Super Giants franchise, which made the decision to invest in him. The Uttar Pradesh pacer had an opportunity to prove himself, but he wasn’t given even one game. He will be on the radar of a few franchises in the IPL Auction 2023.
7. Vaibhav Arora
A fast bowler from Himachal Pradesh, Vaibhav Arora made a mark during the 2019-20 domestic season for his home state. Vaibhav Arora continued to build on that in domestic tournaments leading up to the IPL 2021, when he picked a hat-trick against Maharashtra in a Vijay Hazare Trophy match, to back up a good performance in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy.
The Indian uncapped pacer Vaibhav Arora from Himachal Pradesh was bought by Punjab Kings at the IPL Mega Auction 2022. The player had set the default base price to INR 20 lakhs. Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) and Punjab Kings (PBKS) were in a heated debate over the signing of 24-year-old Vaibhav Arora. Finally, the Punjab Kings were able to get their hands on the Vaibhav Arora for a whopping INR 2 crores.
The cricketer previously was a part of the Kolkata Knight Riders. Kolkata Knight Riders were impressed by him and picked him during the 2021 IPL auctions. However, he didn’t play a game in IPL 2021 but picked 3 wickets in 5 IPL 2022 games for Punjab Kings (PBKS). He will be on the radar of a few franchises in the IPL Auction 2023.
8. Ishan Porel
Ishan Porel has played only 1 game in IPL 2021 were he picked 1/39 and the Bengal pacer will be on the radar of a few franchises in IPL Auction 2023. As he is aged only 24, he has several years of cricket left in him.
Ishan Porel is a former U-19 World Cup winner in 2018. He has been a consistent part of Bengal’s bowling lineup in domestic cricket. Making his debut for Bengal in 2017, Ishan Porel took 81 first-class wickets and 47 List-A wickets.
Ishan Porel, the 6’4” tall pacer has been constantly traveling with India A squad on various tours. He was bought by Punjab Kings ahead of IPL 2020 but was given only one game over a period of two years. He will be on the radar of a few franchises in the IPL Auction 2023.
9. Shivam Mavi
One of the youngsters from the class of 2018 that Kolkata Knight Riders reinvested in for the IPL 2022 was Shivam Mavi. The KKR management went hammer and tongs to sign him at the IPL 2022 mega auction and eventually grabbed him for INR 7.25 crore.
However, the 23-year-old pacer failed to repay the faith of the team and had an awful show with the ball. In the six matches Shivam Mavi played, he could only manage five wickets and leaked runs at an economy of 10.32. Following the string of mediocre performances, KKR decided against retaining the Noida-born for the next IPL 2023 season. He will be on the radar of a few franchises in the IPL Auction 2023.
10. Priyam Garg
Priyam Garg was picked by Sunrisers Hyderabad in IPL 2020 auction. Against his base price of INR 20 lakh, he managed to attract a massive price of INR 1.90 crore. He played 14 matches for the team in IPL 2020. He scored 133 runs at an average of 14.77.
He also slammed one unbeaten half-century. In IPL 2021, Priyam Garg was again part of Sunrisers Hyderabad. He played just 5 matches and scored 72 runs. In IPL 2022, he scored 46 runs in 2 games averaging 23, and was released by SRH before IPL Auction 2023. He will be on the radar of a few franchises in the IPL Auction 2023.
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