IPL 2023 Auction: The IPL comes with a new set of players every year to be picked up by teams from the auction. There have been numerous players who have had a dream tournament run.
With many players in the range of 1 crore base price, we handpicked 5 out of them who can be expected to deliver with the bat or bowl in IPL 2023.
5. Manish Pandey
Last year, LSG players didn’t prove to be very effective for the newcomers. There are high chances of Pandey being released by his former team this year, and he could be a good choice for many franchises looking for an Indian to stabilize their middle order.
Many teams like the PBKS, Titans, or KKR can eye this man as they have had a tumbling middle order.
4. Mohammed Nabi
The Afghan skipper can be considered one of the finest spinning all-rounders in the shorter format of the game. Be it with the bat or with the bowl, Nabi always stood forward for his national side as well as his franchises.
From having a blistering strike rate of 140 to an economy of less than 7 in T20 Nabi is one of the most complete allrounders at just a base price of a Crore which is desirable for any franchise.
3. Rassie van der Dussen
The South African middle-order batter has shown some prolific performance in T20s over the last few years. He has been a regular performer on his national side but couldn’t make any impact in the tournament last year.
On release from his previous year’s franchise, he will be an important overseas to replace any middle-order batter undergoing poor form from other franchises in IPL 2023.
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2. Wriddhiman Saha
Saha has been a regular member of the ipl representing different franchises over the years. Being a part of PBKS, SRH, GT, etc he kept performing for all sides he has played for.
Though is in good touch for the titans he might be dropped by his side and expected to venture for other franchises in IPL 2023.
1. Rilee Rossouw
The recent form of the quirky Protea with just 1 crore to spare can attract many bidders for a competitive bid to feature him in their squad.
But amongst many, the Titans who seemed to limp for their number 3 would be the ones showing maximum intent in drawing in the African left-hander to add semblance to their batting innings.