With the IPL auction set to take place next month; all IPL franchises are making their blueprint. They will figure out who and how to bid for a specific player at a particular price. Various top Indian players are set to fetch huge amounts in the auction. However, there are few Indian players might not be able to find any team in the auction. Franchises no longer go after big names. They are giving priority to quality over quantity. In the upcoming season, we will see many big names going unsold.
1. Kedar Jadhav
Till 2019, Kedar Jadhav used to be a vital member of the India white-ball team. In the same year, Kedar’s career started going downward. He was dropped from the national team first, and later, Chennai also released him. Many youngsters are doing exceptionally well in the auction. Kedar might fail to find any buyers.
2. Umesh Yadav
Umesh Yadav is a fast bowler of the Indian cricket team. He is a regular part of the red-ball format but hasn’t featured in the shortest format in the last two years. Umesh, despite playing hundred IPL games, might go unsold in an upcoming auction.
3. Karan Sharma
Karan Sharma is most often featured in the IPL. He hasn’t played any international game in four years. Sharma has been part of IPL winning teams for various times. However, he has rarely gotten to play any IPL game in the last two seasons, and teams might not show any interest in him.
4. Ishant Sharma
Ishant Sharma is a big name in red-ball cricket. He has been playing test cricket regularly for ten years. Sharma has a good amount of IPL experience. Still, he might go unsold in the upcoming auction. One of the reasons behind this is his not playing white-ball cricket regularly.
5. Cheteshwar Pujara
Pujara is currently one of the finest red-ball cricketers. Pujara has mostly played test cricket only. He has featured in few white-ball matches. Pujara is never considered as a T20 batter and this reason might lead him to go unsold in the auction.
6. Jaydev Unadkat
Undkat has seen a dramatic IPL journey. From being the highest wicket-taker to the most expensive player to not finding a place in the playing XI. The 2017 season was best for him where he won a purple cap. In the last two seasons, he has rarely got to play any match. With many domestic bowlers looking set to get bids in the auction. It is highly possible for Undakat can go unsold in the auction.
7. Saurabh Tiwari
Saurabh Tiwari got recognition in 2010 IPL season. He smashed more than 400+ runs and fetched a whopping amount in auction. However, he failed to show consistency further. Tiwari was a part of Mumbai in 2020 and, it’s unlikely that any team will go for him.
8. Siddharth Kaul
Kaul is a famous name In the IPL. He played a key role in Hyderabad reaching the final in 2018. However, Kaul consistency has always raised a question. His economy is also very high and it will be interesting to see if any team will go for him or not.
9. Dhawal Kulkarni
There are many bowlers in the IPL had a promising start but failed to repeat those rhythms further, Kulkarni is one name among those bowlers. He used to be a quality bowler at once but later his graph drastically reduced. Kulkarni rarely gets to feature in IPL matches and there is a possibility of him going unsold.
10. Mohit Sharma
Mohit Sharma recognized for his dream run in 2015. A dream IPL season earned his place in the World Cup squad. Sharma earlier troubled batters with pace and swings. However, he failed to show consistency and his form in the last three years is unforgettable. Sharma might fail to find any buyers in the upcoming auction.