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Thursday, February 18, 2021

Top 5 Uncapped Lucky players got golds at IPL 2021 Auction

 From Azharuddeen, SRK to Riley Meredith: Uncapped players who grabbed gold at IPL 2021 Auction. 

Some uncoupled players who have been picked to become millionaires for the night in IPL 2021 Auction night...

Some players who didn't even play international cricket eventually bought big money at the IPL 2021 auction in Chennai on Thursday. Here's a look at some of these uncoupled players who are set to turn into millionaires overnight.

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Top 5 Uncapped/ Less Known players Expensive-Buy at IPL 2021 Auction.

Riley Meredith

Base Price: Rs 40 lakh, Bought for Rs 8 crore by Punjab Kings

Style: Right arm fast bowler.

He had been played from Hobart Hurricanes side in the Big Bash League. 

In 34 games for the Hurricanes, he has smashed 43 wickets at an average of 23.60 and an economy rate of 8.06.

Krishnappa Gowtham

Base price: Rs 20 lakh, Bought for Rs 9.25 crore by Chennai Super Kings

Style: Spin All-rounder

Discharged by Punjab Kings, the hefty deal with CSK surprised even Gowtham himself.

 He has 1045 runs with one 100 from 42 First Class games apart from 166 wickets.

Shahrukh Khan

Base price: Rs 20 lakh, Bought for Rs 5.25 crore by Punjab Kings

Style: Spin All-rounder


The young Tamil Nadu batsman earned a reputation with his big-hitting ability. 

Khan, 25,  played a winning role in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy this year. 

In five First Class games, he has two half-centuries including an unbeaten 92.

Mohammed Azharuddeen

Base price: Rs 20 lakh, Bought on base price by Royal Challengers bangalore.

Style: Wicket-keeper batsman

Kerala's, 22, His route to fame was a sensational 37-ball century against Mumbai.

 Azharuddeen’s average of 25.91 in 22 First Class games and 22.25 in 24 List A matches.

Chetan Sakariya

Base Price: Rs 20 lakh, Bought for Rs 1.2 Crore by Rajasthan Royals

Style: Left-arm pacer

Saurashtra pacer, 22, growing up in Bhavnagar district. 

His family did not have a TV till last year and had to depend on neighbours to watch him in action. 

He made an impression at the Cooch Behar Trophy and also got to train at MRF Pace academy under Australian legend Glenn McGrath.

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