The best XI of the unsold players in the 2020 IPL

The best XI of the unsold players in the 2020 IPL

The world’s best T20 league IPL is going to be held in September next month. This is the third time that this popular league is being held outside India in the United Arab Emirates. The 13th IPL was unlikely to happen, but the BCCI has decided to launch the league without spectators, considering the huge financial loss.

However, some of the great T20 players have unfortunately remained unsold during this year’s IPL 2020 auction. Now, if a team can be formed with those players, then they also have the ability to defeat the opposing team. Let’s take a look at the best XI made up of unsold players in the 2020 IPL.

Openers: Evin Lewis (MI) and Martin Guptill (SRH) -: Evin Lewis has failed to find a place in the squad for Mumbai Indians’ new opener Quinton de Kock. Meanwhile, Sunrise Hyderabad did not have a place in the team for Martin Guptill’s Johnny Braistow.

Middle-order: Colin Munro (DC), Colin Ingram (DC) and Yusuf Pathan (SRH) -: Three great cricketers of T20 have made great contributions but they failed in the last IPL. That’s why no franchise has shown interest in taking them.

Wicket-keeper: Heinrich Klaassen (RCB) -: Heinrich Klaassen has become a devastating batsman in domestic cricket or in the South African national team. Unfortunately, he remained unsold in the IPL this time.

All-rounders: Ben Cutting (MI) and Colin D Grandhome (RCB) -: In the last IPL, Ben Cutting and Colin D Grandhome could not do much for their franchise, which is probably why they remained unsold.

Bowlers: Is Sodhi (RR), Tim Southee (RCB) and Mustafizur Rahman (SRH) – are on the list of unsold bowlers, great players. Those who are in their own country have helped to win many matches. But no team was interested in buying them as their performance in the last IPL was not good.