IPL 2020: 5 unsold wicket-keepers who can return

IPL 2020: Five Unsold Wicket-Keepers Who Could Return As Replacements

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The next edition of Indian Premier League (IPL) is around the corner as its buzz has already started. In the recently concluded IPL 2020 auction, fates of some players changed overnight as they became millionaires. The player who should be mentioned is – Pat Cummins, who was the most expensive player in the ended auction, earning INR 15.50 crore.

In 338 players in auction pool, a total of 62 players were sold in the IPL 2020 auction. Unfortunately, some players will not get the chance to play in the 13th edition. But there can be few lucky players who can replace any injured cricketers at later. Chris Gayle is one of the examples who came as a replacement player in RCB and had prolific editions.

So, here we will discuss that five wicketkeepers who went unsold in the IPL 2020 auction but can come as the replacement.

5.Kedar Devdhar

KedarDevdhar, Ipl 2020 auction

The Baroda player has been regular in the domestic side. He has shown prolific performances with the bat in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy 2019-20 and Vijay Hajare Trophy 2019-20. In 68 T20s, he has scored 1866 runs at an average of 29.15. He has hit one century and 11 half-centuries in the shortest format.

The wicket-keeper batsman played only one match in IPL for Decan chargers in 2011. He entered the IPL 2020 auction for the base price of 20 Lakh but went unsold. Seeing his current performance, he can get the chance as a replacement for a wicketkeeper in the 13th edition.

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