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5 Overseas Players that might go unsold despite low base price

The stage is set for Indian T20 League 2020 Auction in Kolkata and will begin at 3:30 PM IST. The event is just a few hours away. The cricket fans will witness one of the greatest players going under the hammer at the auction. The prices of all the players have been set accordingly. They are listed as capped or uncapped players and their base prices are set on the basis of their performances and skills. Here is the list of  5 Oversea Players that might go unsold despite low base price.

1. Nathan Coulter-Nile ( Base Price: Rs 1 Crore )

Coulter-Nile is an Australian cricketer and played his debut match for Mumbai in 2013. Mumbai won the bidding war against Rajasthan to buy the pacer for 3 crores. Nathan just played 1 match in 2013 season due to repetitive injuries. He has missed many seasons in his career due to his contusions and this is the main reason he might go unsold in Indian T20 League Auction 2020.    

2. Colin Munro ( Base Price: Rs 1 Crore )

Colin Munro is known for his performances in short format of cricket and plays for the New Zealand team. Though, his bat has not shown magic in the Indian league and might be on the list which will go unsold for this season.  


3. Alzarri Joseph ( Base Price: Rs 50 Lakh )

Alzarri Joseph is good with cricket but bad with injuries. Joseph suffered a shoulder injury in the previous season of Indian T20 League and had to stay away from the field during the entire league. The bidders might keep this in mind and not bid for the Windies player.  

4. Aiden Markram ( Base Price: Rs 50 Lakh )

Aiden Markram is known for his fierce batting skills and has the calibre to change South African approach to bat. For the first time, Aiden will be participating in Indian T20 League Auction and it might be tough for him to land into any of the teams as his stats are against him from the past few years.

5. Corey Anderson ( Base Price: Rs 75 Lakh ) 

New Zealand All-rounder, Corey Anderson had a good cricket history until he ended up in Bangalore in 2018 season. In that season, Corey played 3 matches and managed to score just 17 runs and bagged 2/115 in 8.4 overs. These stats don’t add up in his performance and is the reason he might not be picked by any of the franchises. 


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