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These 4 Australian players can get an IPL contract after impressing against India

November 26, 2020

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Durba

The Indian Cricket Team will cause its rebound to the global field unexpectedly since March 2020 as they prepare to take on the Australian group in an away series. The Men dressed in Blue had left a mark on the world by crushing the Australian group 2-1 in the previous Border-Gavaskar Trophy, while they additionally enlisted their maiden bilateral ODI series win Down Under against the host group.

Notwithstanding, the Australian T20I group gave the guests a run for their cash. Since the T20 World Cup was initially booked to happen this year in Australia, the home side had zeroed in a ton on their T20I side. Sadly, the World Cup got deferred to 2022. All things considered, the restricted overs series against India could profit Australia a lot.

The IPL Auction will probably happen soon and here are the four Aussie players who could procure an IPL contract by doing good versus Virat Kohli's men.

1. Marnus Labuschagne

In spite of the fact that Marnus Labuschagne is absent in the Australian T20I squad, a heavenly presentation in ODIs and Tests may be sufficient for him to get his first IPL contract. Numerous IPL groups need a strong middle-order batsman.

Labuschagne can be an ideal fit in the current Chennai Super Kings setup. Ruturaj Gaikwad and Faf du Plessis could open with Suresh Raina at number three. MS Dhoni can follow Labuschagne and Ravindra Jadeja and Sam Curran will assume the finishers' job.

2. Sean Abbott

Anrich Nortje had a superb IPL 2020 season in the United Arab Emirates. Aside from him, numerous abroad pacers had a good season this year.

Seeing this pattern, Sean Abbott could acquire an agreement in the event that he dazzles against India. It is essential that the speedy bowler played a few counterparts for the Royal Challengers Bangalore previously.

3. Ashton Agar

While the spinners were not all that fruitful as the quick bowlers in IPL 2020, the condition will probably change when the competition returns to India. Spinners will be sought after once more.

Australian spinner Ashton Agar had an astounding T20I series against South Africa recently. A comparative exhibition versus India could assist him in making his IPL section soon.

4. Matthew Wade

Notwithstanding being a part of the national team for a long, Matthew Wade has not gotten enough chances in the IPL. Delhi Capitals marked his route in 2011.

The left-handed wicket-keeper batsman played three counterparts for them, scoring 22 runs at a striking pace of 66.67. Since he has played a lot of global cricket after that season, a decent exhibition versus India could assist him with getting back to the league. The Delhi Capitals could just sign him on the grounds that Alex Carey didn't have an extraordinary season.

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Durba