Players haven't been at their best in the past two seasons and could go unclaimed in the massive auction. Although no one can predict the results of the auctions. Check out the Mega Auction IPL 2022.
Below average players will be considered the last purchase option in the mega auction in 2022. So, in this list, let's find out 10 players who cannot be offered an IPL contract. At IPL 2022.
IPL Mega Auction 2022: 10 IPL Players
10. Ajinkya Rahane
Over the years, Ajinkya Rahane has been a top-tier cricketer during the IPL for many teams. Particularly on his RR team, Rahane used to be an integral part of his hitting team and often scored more than 350 runs over various seasons. He also scored more than 500 runs in two separate IPL seasons (2012 and 2015) and is averaging 31.52 as well as an average of 3,941 runs in the 151 games he played.
But, since his recent move to DC, the hitter has not been in position to hit runs in any way and has underperformed in his time with DC. At the 2020 IPL, the Mumbai hitter participated in 9 games, and all he scored was 113 runs at a rate of 14.12. In reality, even during his most recent two IPL games, Rahane has scored 8 runs.
9. Tom Curran
Following his debut as a white ball pacemaker specialist in England, Tom Curran had made his IPL IPL debut in 2018. The pacemaker has been part of three franchises and is currently part of the DC team for the second phase. . Skip your IPL progress, so at this point Tom has struggled to achieve high-quality performances. Skip out of 12 games, only 10 wickets have been taken with a pathetic economy of 11.13.
If you take a closer look at Curran's performances in the two 2020 IPL seasons, and in 2021. Speedy hitter only managed to get 4 wickets out of his seven games for an average of 10.61. In the opening phase in the first leg of the 2021 IPL, Curran's best performance was a 1/40 bowling score, which sums up his fight.
8. Gurkeerat Mann Singh
As a proficient mid-level hitter, Gurkeerat Mann Singh had excelled for KXIP during IPL 2012. The cricketer who played as a floating hitter over the course of 5 games during the IPL season in which he hit the ball with a astonishing hitting percentage of 165.38. When he took on Dale Steyn in his last contest, Gurkeerat had put up an impressive chase, with his winning shot of 29 on 12 shots.
But, since that great cricketer's performance, he has been mediocre, especially in his time at both PBKS and the RCB franchise. In the past, when the RCB franchise was able to allow Gurkeerat to play eight games and the player found himself very reasonable in the use of the sword. But in all of those games, Gurkeerat was never eliminated, his hitting rate of 88.75 has proven infuriating.
7. Saurabh Tiwary
It is no secret that Saurabh Tiwary's most memorable IPL moments have come as part of IM's management. The cricketer is often the IM team's preferred choice when they are not sold and may even use the batsman as a backup. Also, because the southpaw can find his way into the top seven players, he is often considered a useful player in the IM research group of MI.
In the past when the team was battling brief injuries and Saurabh had some decent chances but ended up with nothing but mediocrity. In the seven games the southpaw played, he only managed to accumulate 103 runs with an average of 20. When it comes to his strike rate, unfortunately, the big man had a very low strike rate of around 120.
6. Dan Christian
With his reputation as an all-rounder that is a force in international T20 tournaments, Dan Christian has played more than 350 times. In the BBL Dan Christian is considered one of the most famous players with a record of more than 100 games in addition to other titles that he has won. But, when it comes to the IPL, the Australian veteran has yet to make his mark and is a solid player so far.
In recent times, while playing with RCB, Christian was scrapped as a replacement for a key lower-order position. Unfortunately, in his three games at the helm Christian the Australia player scored just one run and failed to take just one wicket.
5. Riley Meredith
To help instill cultivation rhythm bowlers from abroad at IPL 2021, PBKS management was able to enjoy some luxurious deals during the 2021 auction. The franchise finally landed the two most popular BBL rhythm bowlers. (Jhye Richardson and Riley Meredith) but, unfortunately, they didn't live up to expectations.
Regarding Meredith's services, the Australian was snatched away by a whopping INR 8 Crores and only played 5 games. The Tasmanian pacemaker managed to pick up 4 wickets and this was at an efficiency of 10. The two pacemakers had been used to solve the pacing problems of the overseas bowling team, but the pair, but, was in a state of despair.
4. Shivam Dube
A few months ago at IPL 2019. Shivam Dube started his IPL career with the RCB franchise. The SUV was selected for INR 5 million rupees, but was able to play four games in its first season.
But the Mumbai cricketer was only able to score 129 runs in his 11 games, with a terrible average of 18.42 during the 2020 season. His hitting rate was not the best.
3. Manan Vohra
At IPL 2019, Manan Vohra was acquired from the RR franchise for 20 lakh. He was then forced to wait two seasons before debuting. He also played as a front-row starter for the team, but faced many problems with his performance.
In his 4 games, the most Manan could handle was 42 runs, averaging 10.5. Manan never felt comfortable and retired after putting on a terrible performance. Before the 2021 season began, the batter faced similar circumstances. In the 2018 IPL season, Vohra had once again recorded 55 runs from his four games with RCB.
2. Vijay Shankar
In the event that INR 3.2 Crores was listed during IPL 2019, the SRH franchise seemed like the ideal place to allow Vijay Shankar to showcase his vast capabilities.
Because the orange army is known for bringing in the best players who are in the work-in-progress phase, Vijay Shankar looked like he could be the one who could be a strong leader of SRH's middle order hitting.
1. Kedar Jadhav
Since his exclusion from the Indian white-ball team, Kedar Jadhav has had a bad hitting streak. At the 2020 IPL, the cricketer scored 62 runs in his eight games playing for CSK.
The same for the 2021 season has been the case. Although the SRH team seemed to be the ideal place for Kedar Jadhav, the low batting order has affected the 36-year-old's performance.