IPL auction in 2023: Six uncapped Indian players who have the potential to ignite the auction

Shivam Mavi

He is a powerplay wicket taker who can bowl at 140 kph and swing the new ball.

However, Mavi has been plagued by injuries and form issues;

In the IPL 2022 season for Kolkata Knight Riders, which had bid INR 7.25 crore for him in February.

He took only five wickets in six games and had an economy rate of 10.31.

He is Uttar Pradesh’s pace spearhead, and the fact that he is only 24 years old and has domestic and IPL experience works in his favor.

Yash Thakur

a key member of Vidarbha’s pace battery, is a name that scouts frequently refer to as an emerging talent.

He is coming off a fantastic Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 tournament in which he took 15 wickets in ten matches and had an economy rate of 7.17.

He has impressed with his death bowling.

Thakur, who is going to turn 24, has had various IPL spells as a net bowler and was most as of late piece of the Punjab Lords contingent.

N Jagadeesan

Jagadeesan was bought by Chennai Super Kings for INR 20 lakh.

But he didn’t get much playing time because MS Dhoni was there behind the stumps. As a result, the team let him go before the auction.

Jagadeesan, 27, has worked to change the perception that he is more of a safe batter than an explosive one.

During the Vijay Hazare Trophy, he was the only batter in the world to score five List A centuries consecutively.

He continued that trend into the Ranji Trophy, where he scored a century in 77 balls in Tamil Nadu’s season-opening match against Hyderabad.

Sanvir Singh

Sanvir Singh is a promising Punjabi seam-bowler and all-rounder who has impressed with strong domestic performances recently.

His greatest strengths with the ball are his swing and accuracy, and he also provides lower-order firepower with the bat.

He scored 119 runs in three innings at a strike rate of 205.17 at the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy.

He didn’t bowl much in the tournament, but in the Vijay Hazare Trophy.

He showed signs of his ability by taking seven wickets in five games and scoring 156 runs.

Mukesh Kumar

Mukesh, a fast bowler from Bengal who is 29 years old, has had a great run in back-to-back India.

A series against New Zealand and Bangladesh.

Additionally, he was a member of India’s ODI squad for their September home series against South Africa.

It is especially impressive that he has reached this point solely through domestic appearances and has not yet played in the IPL.

Mukesh’s metronomic control is well-known, and he can fool batters with subtle deviations off the deck and good lengths.

Akash Vasisht

Akash Vasisht longs to play baseball for the Mumbai Indians and represent the city where his mother was born.

Akash Vasisht seamlessly transitioned from middle-order enforcer to finisher during Himachal Pradesh’s run to the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy final.

He is a skilled spinner who provides a left-handed option for right-handed-heavy teams.

He bowls decent left-arm spin and was the highest scorer for Himachal in the T20 competition, scoring 216 runs at a strike rate of 163.63.

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