Wednesday, 27 November 2019

These 5 Australian players may be bid more than 150 million in IPL 2020

Every cricket lover is eagerly waiting for the IPL.  Preparations for the 13th season are going on in full swing.  All the franchises have released the list of release-retained players. Now all eyes are on the auction to be held on December 19.

Many Australian players have been released and auctioned off by the franchisees.  But now they can be bid for crores because these players are doing amazing in other foreign leagues.

 So let us tell you in this article about the 5 Australian players, who can be bid more than 15 crores in the IPL 2020 auction.

 These Australian players may get crores of bids in IPL 2020

 1- Chris Lynn

Australia cricket team's explosive batsman Krill Lynn has been released by the Kolkata Knight Riders in the auction.  Chris Lynn has batted explosively with his bat in T10 League in the last few days.

 Lynn has attracted everyone's attention by playing a stormy innings of 91 runs in 30 balls against Team Abu Dhabi.  Not only this, Lin is also consistently doing well in T10.

 If we talk about IPL figures, in 2019, Lin scored 405 runs at a strike rate of 139.45 and batting at an average of 31.15.  Which included 4 half-century innings.  Despite this, the franchise released him.

Now all the franchisees would like to have an explosive start by including Lynn in their team, so they can be sold in the auction for more than 15 crores during the auction.

 2- Aaron Finch

Australia cricket team captain Aaron Finch has played for 7 franchises of IPL so far.  In 2018, he was joined by Kings XI Punjab in which he scored a total of 134 runs in 10 matches at a strike rate of 134.00 and an average of 16.75.

 After this, Finch withdrew his name from the IPL in terms of preparations for the 2019 ICC World Cup 2019, but now Finch will definitely draft his name in IPA 2020.

 Talking about the previous performance, Finch did well during the World Cup, then after this in the T20 series against Sri Lanka and Pakistan.

So there is no doubt that if Finch drafts his name in the auction, then any franchise will be willing to bid as much as possible to strengthen the top order by including him in his team.

 3- Mitchell Starc

Australia cricket team's star fast bowler Mitchell Starc was released by Kolkata Knight Riders in IPL 2019.  However, due to an injury to the right leg, Stark could not be part of a single match.  Even before this, he could not play IPL due to injury and busyness.

 Stark has not played a single match in the IPL since 2015.  But no question can be raised on the ability of Gedambaz to be faster than this.  Because he attracts every franchisee by doing his best in every format internationally.

Stark was also the highest wicket-taker in the World Cup 2019.  His international figures are very attractive and the fast bowling unit of which team Mitchell Starc will be part of will be aggressive and impressive.

 In such a situation, it can be said that in the IPL auction to be held on December 19, Stark had a bid of more than 15 crores.  Let us tell you, in 2018, Kolkata Knight Riders had joined with them by paying a hefty amount of 9 crore 40 lakhs.

 4- Glenn Maxwell

Australia cricket team's star all-rounder, Glenn Maxwell, withdrew his name from IPL 2019 in terms of preparations for the ICC World Cup 2019.

 However, before that, in 2018, Maxwell had 169 runs and 5 wickets while playing with Delhi Capitals.  In the Big Bash League, Glenn Maxwell achieved form, performing brilliantly.  After this, Maxwell was also seen batting explosively in the T20 series against Sri Lanka.

However, in this T20 series, Maxwell has taken a break from crickes due to mental problems.  But now Maxwell can get more than 15 crores price in IPL 2020 auction.

 5- Pat Cummins

Australia's cricket team fast bowler Pat Cummins can also get a price of more than 15 crores in IPL 2020.  Talking about the last IPL seasons, Pat Cummins was last seen playing for Delhi Capitals in 2017.

 After this, in the next season, Cummins was bought by Mumbai Indians for a hefty price in the auction.  But Cummins could not play a single match due to injury.  Then in 2019, Pat Cummins did not come to play IPL because preparations were also to be made for the World Cup 2019.

 In 2017, Cummins took 15 wickets in 11 matches with an economy of 8.07.  If we talk about the current form of Cummins, then he is in excellent form, he is the biggest wicket-taker in the Ashes and even after that, his bowling bowling continues.

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