Sports Desk , Edited By: Shubham Upadhyay , Updated on: 11 Dec 2022, 12:51:49 PM
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IPL 2023: The mini auction for the Indian Premier League 2023 is to be held in Kochi on 23 December. For which all the fans are eagerly waiting. There are some players in this auction who will surprise everyone with their tremendous bid. And there will be some on which the teams would like to refrain from bidding. Today we tell you about those three players who can be dealt cheaply in this auction. That is, teams will take them only on the base price. Their poor performance is behind this.
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First of all let’s talk about Shivam Mavi of Kolkata Knight Riders. This season, Kolkata has not associated Shivam Mavi with them. However, in the mega auction 2022, he was bought for 7 crore 25 lakhs. Shivam has not been able to do much amazing in IPL yet. Because of this, teams may avoid bidding on them in the coming season.
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Shivam is now followed by Audion Smith. In the mega auction of Audian Smith IPL 2022, Punjab Kings added him for 6 crores. But due to his poor performance, he was released this year. Audian Smith is an excellent all-rounder. However, he has not been able to perform that way in IPL. In such a situation, teams would hardly want to take him in the upcoming mini auction.
Former West Indies captain Nicholas Pooran is at number three. Pooran is currently performing very poorly in T20. Bought him with him in Hyderabad for ₹ 10 crore 75 lakh. But could not do anything special for the team in the 2022 IPL. Puran can be bought in the upcoming auction at his base price only.
First Published : 11 Dec 2022, 12:51:49 PM
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