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IPL 2022: Top 5 overseas players who might go unsold in upcoming mega auction

We have seen some crazy pay checks being handed over to players during auction times but at the same time, we have seen many big names going unsold too.

Ashutosh Welankar Author

Updated - 6 February 2022 6:44 pm

IPL season 15 is upcoming soon. Each year IPL carnival starts with an auction where all franchise buys players according to their needs. This year IPL has a new flavour and avatar. IPL has got 2 new teams added to it. Ahmedabad is owned by CVC Capital and Lucknow Super Giants is owned by RPGS Group. Also, IPL has got brand new sponsor in TATA Sons Pvt adding a desi flavour to it. Now the addition of 2 new teams means a mega auction is looming. The mega auction will take place on 12th and 13th February 2022 in Bangalore.

Normal auction times are exciting for fans but at the same time, nervous ones for players as their fate hangs in the balance. The question revolving around their minds is whether they will get picked or go unsold in the auction. We have seen some crazy paychecks being handed over to players during auction times but at the same time, we have seen many big names going unsold too.

Here we will look at the five top overseas players who might not find any buyers in the upcoming auction.

Shai Hope

He is a dependable wicket-keeper batsman from Caribbean Islands who can be a nightmare for bowlers when he’s at his best. Hope has been in decent form for West Indies. At a Base price of ₹50 lakh, he might not attract many buyers as in his category, he is definitely not the first choice option and the franchises would prefer an Indian alternative.

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