IPL 2022 mega auction: Veteran Indian players who might go unsold

Written By: Aditya Sahay | Updated: Jan 25, 2022, 08:12 PM(IST)

Ahead of the IPL 2022 mega auction, here are some top Indian players who might go unsold in the auction proceedings:

Ajinkya Rahane | Photo | IPL

Ajinkya Rahane - Base price of INR 10 million

Rahane is the 12th-highest run-getter in the IPL history. However, he got only a few chances for the Delhi Capitals (DC) in the past two seasons. With him not being a part of India's limited-overs line-up since early 2018 and also being on the cusp of losing his Test spot, Rahane might go unsold in the mega auction.

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Ishant Sharma | Photo - IPL

Ishant Sharma | Base price: INR 15 million

Ishant has played only four games in the last two IPL seasons, while representing DC. Having picked only one wicket in the last two years in IPL, the Indian speedster might go unsold in the mega auction in Bengaluru. 

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Kedar Jadhav | Photo - IPL

Kedar Jadhav | Base price: INR 10 million

At a base price of INR 10 million, i.e. Rs 1 crore, Kedar might also face rejection in the forthcoming auction proceedings. The former Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) player has had an ordinary run in IPL in the last few years and hardly appeared in the scheme of things for Kane Williamson-led SRH in IPL 2021 before being released.

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Piyush Chawla | Photo - IPL

Piyush Chawla | Base price - INR 10 million

The former CSK, Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) and Mumbai Indians (MI) player is likely to go unsold with a base price of INR 10 million. For the unversed, he is the fourth-highest wicket-taker (157 scalps) in the tournament-history. However, he is well past his prime.

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