IPL 2020 auction: 5 unknown Indian players who can earn big this year
IPL 2020 auction: The Indian Premier League has always been an exciting platform for youngsters, allowing them to play alongside big names and prove their mettle. And, the journey begins with the auction where several relatively unknown names have started bidding wars in the past.
IPL 2020 auction: The Indian Premier League has always been an exciting platform for youngsters, allowing them to play alongside big names and prove their mettle. And, the journey begins with the auction where several relatively unknown names have started bidding wars in the past. Something similar can be expected when the eight franchises meet on December 19 to fill the remaining 73 slots. In the past, players like Krunal Pandya and Shivam Dube have managed to land big money deals even without making their debut for India. Here is a look at five players who can earn big this year -
Yashasvi Jaiswal - The 17-year-old Mumbai star has been in an outstanding form at the domestic level where he scored 564 runs in six matches at 112.80 in Vijay Hazare Trophy. Jaiswal smashed 25 sixes in the tournament and is set to feature in India's Under-19 title defending campaign next year.
Priyam Garg - The India Under-19 skipper is will be the player to watch out for during the IPL auction. He will be hoing to join the list of U19 World Cup winning captains that includes Mohammad Kaif and Virat Kohli. Garg scored 287 runs in six matches in Vijay Hazare at 47.83 an average with one century and a fifty.
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Ravi Bishnoi - Rajasthan has been churning out bowlers like anything these days. The domestic side has given players like Deepak Chahar, Khaleel Ahmed and Rahul Chahar. The next to join this list could be leg-spinning all-rounder Ravi Bishnoi. Another member of the India U19 team, Bishnoi has picked up 12 wickets at an impressive economy rate of 4.37 in seven youth ODIs.
Vishnu Vinod - The Kerala batsman smashed most number of sixes (29) during the Vijay Hazare tournament and scored 508 runs in eight matches at 63.50 with three centuries and a fifty. He was picked by RCB last year as an injury replacement but can fetch a decent bid this year.
R Sai Kishore - A product of the Tamil Nadu Premier League, Kishore picked up 20 wickets at 10.40 and an economy of 4.63 during the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy this year and should on the list of multiple franchises. The left-arm fingerspinner could be a good option for the new ball.