New Delhi: The player will be auctioned for the 14th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 on 18 February and eight teams would like to strengthen their squad at the auction hall.
The teams have also revealed who will be in the team and who is not before the IPL 2021 auction. The player registration deadline expired on 4 February, and the preliminary list featured more than 1000 cricketers from around the world.
On 11 February, the teams submitted their respective shortlists to the BCCI and eventually 292 players (164 from India, 125 from overseas and 3 from Associate Nations) will be available for auction in Chennai. Here you should know about the IPL 2021 auction. Two Indian players – Harbhajan Singh and Kedar Jadhav – and eight foreign players – Glenn Maxwell, Steve Smith, Shakib Al Hasan, Moin Ali, Sam Billings, Liam Rankat, Jason Roy and Mark Wood – in the bid – at the highest price of Rs 2 crore. Are available. The list includes many young stars from India and some players above the age of 35, along with the subcontinent. Let us know these players: –
Noor Ahmed Noor Ahmed of Afghanistan is the youngest player to go on sale in the IPL 2021 auction at a base price of Rs 20 lakh. 16-year-old Ahmed is a left-arm wrist spinner. A member of the Under-19 team in Afghanistan in 2019, Ahmed represented the Melbourne Renegades in the 2020–2021 Big Bash League in Australia.
Christian era At 16 years and 347 days old, Christian Kance is the youngest Indian player in the auction. Kang is a leg-spinner from Nagaland who impressed everyone in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy in 2021.
Mujtaba Yusuf The talented 18-year-old left-arm medium pacer, Mujtaba Yusuf belongs to Jammu and Kashmir, who has returned from 8 Tests in 10 T20 matches at an impressive economy rate of 7.32 in his short career.
Prayer Burman An 18-year-old leg-break bowler, Prarthana Burman became the highest wicket-taker for Bengal in the 2018-19 Vijay Hazare Trophy with 11 wickets in 9 matches. He has played a match in the IPL for Royal Challengers Bangalore in 2019.
Akash Singh 18-year-old Akash comes from Rajasthan. He is a left-arm medium pacer who has played just two matches for his state. He was in great form for India’s Under-19 team at the Under-19 World Cup in South Africa in 2020, where he picked up 7 wickets in 6 matches at an exceptional economy rate of 3.81.
Rahmanullah Gurbaz The 19-year-old wicketkeeper batsman has already played 13 international matches for Afghanistan and has a one-day century. Gurbaz has scored 332 runs in 10 T20 matches at a strike rate of 140.67 which includes two fifties.
Ansh Patel At 17, Ansh Patel from Surat, Gujarat is a right-handed batsman and right-arm medium pacer, who plays for Baroda Under-19. His reserve price in the auction is 20 lakh rupees.
Aryan Juyal Aryan Juyal is a 19-year-old wicketkeeper batsman from Moradabad in Uttar Pradesh. He has played 8 first-class matches, 13 List-A matches and 5 T20 matches in his career. He scored a superb 109 for Uttar Pradesh in the Ranji Trophy against Karnataka at Hubli.
Harbhajan Singh The 40-year-old Harbhajan Singh has 160 IPL matches and is the fifth highest player in the history of the prestigious league with 150 wickets. He has performed unprecedentedly in this league at an economy rate of 7.05 runs per over. Harbhajan did well with two IPL franchises – Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians.
Sean Marsh Sean Marsh, 37, is one of the oldest drawers in the IPL 2021 auction. The legendary Australian batsman has played 197 T20 matches and scored over 6000 runs at an average of 37.85 which includes 2 centuries and 50 fifties.
Morne Morkel 36-year-old Morne Morkel is another veteran foreign player who could be a big buy at the auction. Morkel has played 44 T20 matches for South Africa and picked up 47 wickets at an economy rate of 7.5. In all, he has taken 207 wickets in 190 T20 matches.
Kedar Jadhav Kedar Jadhav, a 36-year-old Indian all-rounder, has played 73 ODIs and 9 T20 matches for India. He has experience playing 143 T20 matches and is a useful batting all-rounder capable of hitting long hits in the lower order.
Nayan Doshi The son of former India left-arm spinner, Dilip Doshi, Nayan Doshi, 42, is an English cricketer who was released by Derbyshire. Doshi, a left-arm spin bowler, first played for Surrey in June 2004. He had earlier played for the Indian team Saurashtra in the Ranji Trophy. He is the oldest drawer in the IPL auction. Their base prize is 20 lakh rupees.