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IPL 2021: These 4 players can benefit from the arrival of a new team

November 18, 2020

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Durba

The 2021 edition of IPL is only a few of months away as the cricket fans are eager to observe the 14th version of the world's most well-known cricket competition. Prior to the following auction, reports have arisen guaranteeing that another franchise will turn into a part of the IPL 2021. Some vibe that Ahmedabad may get the new group because of the redesigned Motera stadium.

NCA Head Rahul Dravid accepted that the presentation of the new group would enable the unsold players to get contracts on the grounds that there was a wealth of ability in the Indian cricketing circles. In this manner, if the ninth group joins the IPL, at any rate, 15-20 players will get new deals. Likewise, a few veterans will get the coaching roles in the support staff.

Talking about the players first, here are the four deserving cricketers who will probably profit if another franchise joins the IPL in 2021:

1. Chris Lynn

The hard-hitter Australian opener, Chris Lynn played for the KKR until the 2019 season. Be that as it may, KKR released him before the 2020 auction. He was the primary player to go under the hammer in the previous auction.

While numerous fans anticipated that he should bring a tremendous agreement, the Mumbai Indians marked him at his base cost of 2 Crores. Since MI had two high-class openers in Quinton de Kock and Rohit Sharma, Lynn didn't get a single chance in IPL 2020. Maybe he could open the innings for the new group next season.

2. Joe Root

England’s Test group skipper Joe Root had an amazing T20 Blast campaign in 2020. Be that as it may, the IPL franchise kept on disregarding him in the auction.

Root has a good record in T20 cricket. Since he has so much captaincy experience, he could procure an agreement from the new group and lead them in IPL 2021.

3. Mushfiqur Rahim

Bangladesh's wicket-keeper batsman Mushfiqur Rahim has gone unsold in each IPL auction that he has entered. One of the primary purposes for him going sold is the way that only four abroad players can play in the XI.

The new group may chase for an abroad captain. Like the names referenced above, even Rahim has played a lot of T20 cricket. Subsequently, he could assume that part of the new franchise.

4. Martin Guptill

New Zealand's daring opening batsman Martin Guptill has played for the Mumbai Indians, the Sunrisers Hyderabad, and the Kings XI Punjab in the IPL. Despite the fact that he is an incredible white-ball player, he has not got numerous options in the IPL.

Guptill is a hard-hitter and an extraordinary fielder. Accordingly, the new group and Guptill himself can profit if IPL turns into a nine-group competition in 2021.

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Durba