Top 5 mega stars may not find a contract in IPL 2021: The Indian Premier League 2020 season has come to a close, with the Mumbai Indians winning their fifth title. And this season he witnessed prolific performances in all aspects of the game. However, there have been some players who have failed to live up to expectations and may find it difficult to be taken by franchises in the IPL 2021 auction.
Here are the top five players who may not find a team in IPL 2021:
Kedar Jadhav: It was a pain to watch Jadhav, the lower-ranking handkerchief of CSK, in IPL 2020. Given his role, the 35-year-old had to beat at a high pace from the beginning, which did not successful. His undefeated seven of 12 balls during the 10-time defeat against Kolkata encapsulates his season.
Overall, Jadhav, who earns 7.8 million rupees per season, scored 62 runs in eight games at a terrible hit rate of 93.93. In particular, he did not hit any six in the IPL 13.
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Glenn Maxwell: The Australian fighter was a disappointment to the leadership of Kings XI Punjab, who invested a huge sum (10.75 crore) to buy it from Delhi Capitals.
Maxwell was given the role of leading the middle order of KXIP. However, in the 13 matches played, he scored only 108 runs at a disgusting average of 22.13. To add to the misfortune, he failed to produce effective results with the ball as well. In the 126 balls, Maxi took out only three counters.
Jaydev Unadkat: The Rajasthan Royals stimulator did not live up to expectations. After his splendid 2017 show with Rising Pune Supergiants, he was bought by RR for 11.5 cr. However, he struggled to lead the Royals’ bowling attack and struggles to get out of the shadow of Jofra Archer. In seven matches he managed to take only four counters while running 228 races.
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Andre Russell: In the world of the T20 cricket, few have managed to instill fear in the hearts of opposition players like Andre Russell in recent years. An essential role in Kolkata’s range, Russell has changed the wave in favor of his team countless times. Thanks to its astronomical capabilities, Kolkata has achieved a huge increase of 8.5 million euros to keep its services before the 2020 IPL auction.
In the last edition of IPL, Russell obtained 510 races at an astonishing rate of 204.81. This year was much anticipated from the big man, but so far it has been unusually quiet this season. With 117 races in 10 matches, Russell looks like a pale shadow of himself and given his disgusting form and worries about IPL 2020, it is very unlikely that a franchise will sell a huge amount to get its services in the next cash edition. rich league.
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Harbhajan Singh: Veteran Harbhajan Singh lost IPL 2020 for personal reasons and his contract with CSK expired this season as well. Given that Harbhajan has not been part of Team India for a long time and does not even play internal cricket, the 40-year-old has no platform other than IPL to showcase his talent. But because it missed IPL 13, no team will be willing to invest in it in the 2021 IPL auction.