At IPL Auction 2022, money may rain down on these players, including Shreyas Iyer and Shardul

The Indian Premier League mega auction will take place on Saturday. In this, players like Shreyas Iyer and Shardul Thakur will be keeping an eye on all franchises. This year, many cricketers can be sold for more than ten million rupees. With the addition of Gujarat Titans and Lucknow Supergiants, 590 cricketers will bid for the ten-team league in the two-day auction, which includes 227 foreign players.

This year, more than ten cricketers can bid for more than Rs 10 crore and some can even go as high as Rs 20 crore. Iyer may turn out to be the most expensive, while Shardul and Ishaan Kishan are also expected to get good deals. If there is competition in the franchise for them, then the prices can go up a lot. Apart from these, Deepak Chahar and Yuzvendra Chahal are also expected to fetch more than ten million rupees.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni (Chennai Super Kings), Virat Kohli (Royal Challengers Bangalore) and Rohit Sharma (Mumbai Indians) have been retained by their teams. Teams’ eyes will be on mid-level hitters, wrist-twisters and all-rounders. KL Rahul (Rs 17 crore) has been the most expensive player in retention. Former Delhi Capitals captain Iyer can court teams like Punjab Kings (72 crore purse), Sunrisers Hyderabad (68 crore purse) and Rajasthan Royals (62 crore purse). These teams need a ‘game changer’ player in the middle order.

Dhoni’s Chennai squad will be based on tried and tested players, while teams like Punjab and Rajasthan routinely insist on drafting the remaining players. Kolkata Knight Riders has former Mumbai stalwart Ranji Abhishek Nayar and his racing up for auction. His eyes will also be on Iyer.

However, the team made a mistake in retaining a player who has been struggling with fitness issues like Varun Chakraborty as he now has a purse of Rs 48 crore left. This is a mega auction and the teams need at least 18 players, then the Indian players (with or without cap) will be chosen by the teams.

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This is why Harshal Patel, who won the Purple Cap last year, has a base price of Rs 2 crore and you can get five times more than that. Avesh Khan, who is the second highest wicket taker, has a base price of Rs 20 lakh but can go up 50 times.

Average T20 players Ravichandran Ashwin and Ajinkya Rahane can also fetch good prices, while players like Ambati Rayudu can be sold for Rs 7-8 crore. Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Kuldeep Yadav, who are in poor form, are also expected to be sold. On the other hand, Deepak Hooda can now court teams after performing well in the first two international cricket matches.

David Warner is in form among the foreign players and Australia’s opener is expected to fetch a good price. Apart from being a starter, he is also a captain contender who won the title for Sunrisers Hyderabad in 2016. Lucknow Supergiants can bet on him. In addition to Warner, West Indies’ Jason Holder is also expected to be in good demand, as he is an expert at hitting big sixes and is also a useful half pace.

His teammates Dwayne Bravo, Odeon Smith and Romario Shepherd can also sell for a good price. Teams can also compete for fast pitcher Kagiso Rabada and slugger Quinton de Kock.

One of the national cricketers will be Shahrukh Khan, Nitish Rana and Rahul Tripathi. They can get good prices from stalwarts like Steve Smith, Jonny Bairstow or Eoin Morgan. All-rounder Raj Angad Bawa, a U19 cricketer, can win over teams. India’s U-19 team may have won the World Cup under Yash Dhul’s captaincy, but teams know sometimes youthful talent fails at the IPL level. Examples are in front of Kamlesh Nagarkoti, Manjot Kalra and Shivam Mavi.

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