Last modified on July 31st, 2016
The ninth edition of IPL is back in town with the three ‘F’ sutras FUN, FAN, FANTASTIC. Its going to a feast for the Cricket fans for some surprise, creative and full pledged packing cricketainments. This edition of IPL is the fight between eight cities Bangalore, Delhi, Gujarat, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Punjab, Pune, Mumbai.
Some of the uncapped players to watch out in IPL2016:
Pawan Negi– Delhi Daredevils(8.5Cr)
The Delhi guy is a potential all-rounder with his aggressive batting and accurate bowling.
Delhi Daredevils signed him for an whooping price of 8.5Cr,one of the top five paid players in the IPL 2016 auction held in February.
The left-arm orthodox spinner gonna be crucial for Delhi Daredevils in the latest edition of IPL to form a good partnership with Shahbaz Nadeem.
Murugan Ashwin– Rising Pune Supergiants(4.5Cr)
The biggest gainer in the latest held auction of IPL , from 10 lakhs to 4.5Cr.
The namesake R Ashwin has made Rising Pune Supergiants to the Record bidding for the Unknown M Ashwin.
He is a leg spinner, plays for Tamilnadu.
Just wait n see whether the two Ashwins can make the batsmen to struggle in the latest edition of IPL.
Nathu Singh– Mumbai Indians(3.2Cr)
The Rajasthani fast bowler is one of the expensive uncapped players signing Mumabi Indains with an 3.2Cr contract.
Say thanks to “RAHUL DRAVID” who first noticed Nathu’s pace during Rajasthan Royals net session.
How fast can Nathu Singh bowl?
140 kmph is his average speed, with few ones touching 145kmph.His aim is to touch 160kmph mark.
He was trained under Glenn Mcgrath at the MRF pace academy in Chennai.
Sarfaraz Khan– Royal Challengers Bangalore(0.5Cr)
Sarfaraz Khan has made speedy waves in the latest edition of IPL with his 45*(21) against Rajasthan Royals.
An aggressive batsman played for Indain U-19 cricket team at 2014 and 2016 ICC U-19 cricket world cup.
He has become the second highest Individual run scorer in the ICC U-19 World cup 2016 scoring 355 runs with 5 fifties.
Rishabh Pant– Delhi Daredevils (1.9Cr)
To make name for himself he had moved Roorkee-Delhi-Rajasthan-Delhi in the hunt for a coach and was even thrown out of academy once.
The 18-year old made his first-class debut for delhi and scored a fifty in second innings.
The Uttarakhand wicket-keeper opened the batting for India and smashed a record-breaking fifty against Nepal followed by a century against Namibia in the U-19 world cup held in Bangladesh.