Five uncapped players to watch out for in Indian T20 league 2022

Several uncapped players will be on display in the Indian T20 League 2022

Avesh Khan (Image Credit BCCI/IPL

The Indian T20 league is where talent meets opportunity. Over the years, there have been several youngsters who have played the biggest T20 league in the world, and have gone to impress one and all. As a matter of fact, several uncapped players have gone on to represent their nation after showcasing their talent in this league. Thus, many new faces managed to get big bids in the recently concluded mega auction. Today, we shall be taking a look at five uncapped players to watch out for in the Indian T20 league.

1) Rahul Tripathi:

Rahul Tripathi has been playing the toughest 20 leagues for quite a while now. Despite not having made his international debut, he has managed to impress everyone time and again. Thus, the experts are expecting him to win a lot of games for his new team, i.e. Hyderabad.

2) Shahrukh Khan:

Shahrukh Khan is probably the best finisher in the domestic arena. There is a reason why Punjab spent INR 9 crore for him. His ability to hit the ball a long way is superb, to say the least. Besides, his hitting-ability is going to play a big role if Punjab are to do well this time around.

3) Abhishek Sharma:

Abhishek Sharma has been regarded as one of the most talented youngsters. Not only can he hit the big shots, but he can be handy with the bowl as well. An all-rounder like him can go on to do wonders. Moreover, he’s at his best when he bats at the top of the order, and in all likelihood, he will be opening the innings for the orange army this time around.

4) Avesh Khan:

Avesh Khan is probably one of the most improved Indian cricketers in the recent past. His ability to generate the extra pace is nothing short of gold. In fact, he was the second-highest wicket-taker of the previous edition as well. While playing for Delhi, he picked 24 wickets in 16 games at an average of 18.75 and an economy rate of 7.37.

5) Yash Dhull:

Yash Dhull will be playing his maiden season with a lot of expectations. After leading India to the U19 World Cup title, he looked superb in the domestic circuit as well. Thus, it wouldn’t be surprising if Delhi give him a consistent run in the playing XI. Besides, he can prove to be the “X-Factor” of the team.


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