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5 IPL Players who may not be auctioned in the IPL 2021 Auction

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When it comes to big tournaments, preparations are never considered to be complete. Similar to the last few minutes of how students continue to refer to books before entering the examination hall, IPL 2021 auction is also considered as a testing phase where team owners battle in their minds till the last hour, whether to release the player or not and whom to buy on the auction day

There is hardly much time left for the auction and the team owners certainly seemed to be engrossed towards strategizing for Big Day of auction. Yes, while the players have to justify themselves to their team owners who buy them by spending a big amount. Those who have proven themselves are literally going to start a bidding race namely Steve Smith, Mujeeb Ur Rehman, Glenn Maxwell, etc. While the ones who failed to pass the test will automatically have a meager chance to be sold in the IPL 14. While there is IPL Prediction going on and there are sites in the form of https://in.parimatch.com/en/cricket-ipl/. Let's take a look at the 5 unlucky players who failed to prove their mettle and may well lose the chance to be a part of this year

Kedar Jadhav

Chennai Super Kings popularly referred as CSK whose proud moments while buying Kedar Jadhav in 2018 auctions were short-lived. There's no point in guessing that he failed where he was injured in the first match and created a gloomy picture for the upcoming matches in the series. As a right-handed batsman, he was playing regularly for the ODI team and considering his performance he was purchased for a whopping 7.8 crore. Although he recuperated even then it seemed that he never became fit to play in the next two seasons. His 2019 data showed that he scored 18 runs on an average, totaling 162 runs. While the next season was even poor where he scored 62 runs.

Considering his constant failure in the successive IPL seasons, it wasn't hard for MS Dhoni and CSK to free him. We should know that he was bought at a massive price and given the low performance at the age of 36, where he wasn't even playing for the Indian Team; the future of cricket for him seemed to be over. However, the only thing which can come to his rescue is that being an Indian player, he can be compensated as a utility player. There are ways through which one can predict the matches by visiting Parimatch

 

Jimmy Neesham

If one looks at the history of IPL, it holds the testimony where few of the big names have failed to prove their worth. Yes, here's Neesham who is considered to be quite a remarkable all-rounder with proven worth and has immensely contributed to the success of New Zealand. However, his utter low performance by playing for Kings XI Punjab has been quite shocking. He got a total score of just 19 runs. While his bowling stint failed as well, where he wasn't economical at all with close to 10 runs per over while bagging just two wickets. He is another of the IPL players who are on the list of IPL odds

 

Nathan Coulter-Nile

Welcome to the world of IPL cricket where one can see lots of 'surprises'. Quite like the Champions, namely Mumbai Indians who have released Australian fast-bowler Nathan Coulter-Nile. He has few best spells for his team in the final, even though his performance couldn't be regarded to be a remarkable one as a whole. But, he is quite a master for the shortest version of the game. He has been quite unlucky as he was out for a major time due to the injury factor. Even in 2018 he was ruled out of the field due to injuries when Royal Challengers Bangalore bought him.

 

Moeen Ali  

IPL doesn't highly favor spin bowlers and Moeen Ali is one such player with specialization in the same. Additionally, he couldn't prove his worth with the ball which could have earned him the tag of being an all-rounder. Even in 2020, RCB decided not to call him for the cricketing action in the field, based on the not so satisfactory performance in the past.

 

Harbhajan Singh

Harbhajan Singh is a big name in the IPL cricket with his awesome and proven worth in this cash-rich tournament. However, still, there is no surprising factor when CSK ended his contract before the IPL 2021 auction. Being an off-spinner, he hasn't played cricket for over a year now as he himself pulled out of IPL 2020 due to personal reasons and considering his age where he stands at 40, he may not be a good bet this season.

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