A number of players were sold in the IPL 2021 auction and some of them were also successful in getting a large amount. On one hand, the fans were satisfied with the bids of some players, but there were others who received huge amounts, but the fans raised questions on social media. Apart from the players who were sold, there were some players who could not find a single buyer. Their number was about 72. But there are some of these players who can get surprise entry in the tournament in the coming days.

Here we will tell you about the three players who are not sold in the IPL auction, who can still get a chance to play the tournament.

According to the rules, if a player from a team is out of the tournament due to injury or for any other reason, then another player whose name was included in the auction list can be replaced. The luck of these 3 players can shine on such an occasion.

Alex Hales (England): England’s batting batsman Alex Hales had a base price of Rs 1.50 crore but nobody bought him even on this amount. This result was also shocking because recently he became the highest run-scorer in Australia’s T20 tournament Big Bash League (BBL). He created a tizzy by scoring 543 runs in the tournament. In such a situation, if any team is looking for an option as a batsman, then they can be the first choice. So far he has played in the IPL only once when in 2018 he was included in the team by Sunrisers Hyderabad after the injury of David Warner.

Aaron Finch (Australia): Aaron Finch is also the captain and key batsman of the legendary Australian cricket team in limited overs cricket, but despite this, Royal Challengers Bangalore first separated him from him and then he did not find any buyers in the auction. His base prize (base price) was Rs 1 crore. Finch was bought by Bangalore during the IPL 2020 auction for Rs 4.40 crore. But he was not very successful in the edition held in the UAE. He scored 268 runs in 12 matches scoring just one half-century. However, one must not forget how effective he can be on Indian pitches.

Jason Roy (England): If any cricket fan will remember the World Cup 2019, then he will not forget the batting of Jason Roy of England. This young opener was instrumental in making England the champion for the first time. He has the ability to bat well consistently. Of course, their names are not very big innings but they can prove to be very beneficial in giving a good start to the team. Jason Roy has played two IPL seasons so far in which he was part of the Delhi team. In the year 2017, he scored 31 runs in 3 matches while in IPL 2018 he scored 120 runs in 5 matches including a memorable innings of 91 not out.

List of all players not sold in IPL 2021 auction

Alex Hales (base price 1.50 crores)

Jason Roy (base price 2 million)

Evin Lewis (base price 10 million)

Aaron Finch (Base price 1 Crore)

Hanuma Vihari (Base price 1 Crore)

Glenn Phillips (base price 5 million)

Alex Carrie (Base price 1.50 Crore)

Kusal Perera (Base price 50 lakhs)

Sheldon Cottrell (Base price 1 Crore)

Adil Rashid (base price 1.50 crores)

Avi Barot (base price 20 lakhs)

Kedar Deodhar (base price 20 lakhs)

Ankit Rajput (base price 30 lakh)

Mujtaba Yusuf (base price 20 lakhs)

Kuldeep Sen (Base price 20 lakhs)

Tushar Deshpande (base price 20 lakhs)

Karanvir Singh (Base price 20 lakhs)

Sandeep Lamichane (Base price 40 lakh)

Sudhesan Midhun (Base price 20 lakhs)

Tejas Baroka (Base price 20 lakhs)

Rowman Powell (base price 50 lakhs)

Shaun Marsh (Base price 1.50 Crore)

Corey Anderson (base price 7.5 million)

Devon Conway (base price 5 million)

Darren Bravo (base price 7.5 million)

Rasi van der Dussain (base price 5 million)

Martin Guptill (base price 5 million)

Gurkeerat Singh (base price 50 lakh)

Maranus Lebuschgne (base price 1 million)

Varun Aaron (base price 50 lakh)

Ocean Thomas (base price 50 lakh)

Mohit Sharma (Base price 50 lakh)

Prakara Mankad (base price 20 lakhs)

Josh English (base price 20 lakhs)

Simarjit Singh (Base price 20 lakhs)

Scott Kuggeleijn (base price 5 million)

Wayne Parnell (base price 5 million)

Reece Topley (base price 50 lakhs)

Chris Green (base price 3 million)

Isuru Udana (base price 50 lakhs)

George Linde (base price 5 million)

Chaitanya Bishnoi (Base price 20 lakhs)

Ajay Dev Goud (base price 20 lakhs)

Jack Wildermath (base price 50 lakhs)

Harsh Tyagi (Base price 20 lakhs)

Gerald Koetzee (base price 20 lakhs)

Tim David (base price 2 million)

Pratyush Singh (Base price 20 lakhs)

Billy Stanlake (base price 1 million)

Mitchell McClenaghan (base price 5 million)

Jason Behrendorf (base price 1 million)

Naveen Ul Haq (base price 50 lakh)

Karan Sharma (Base price 20 lakhs)

KL Sreejith (base price 20 lakhs)

Ben Dwarahuis (base price 3 million)

G. Periyasamy (Base price 30 lakhs)

Thisara Perera (Base price 50 lakhs)

Ben McDermott (base price 5 million)

Matthew Wade (Base Price 1 Crore)

Shaun Abbott (Base price 5 million)

Siddhesh Lad (base price 20 lakhs)

Tajinder Singh (Base price 20 lakhs)

Rahul Sharma (Base price 50 lakhs)

Ish Sodhi (base price 50 lakh)

Qais Ahmed (base price 50 lakh)

Himanshu Rana (base price 20 lakhs)

Gehlot Singh (Base price 20 lakhs)

Attit Sheth (base price 20 lakhs)

Himmat Singh (base price 20 lakhs)

Vishnu Solanki (base price 20 lakhs)

Ayush Badoni (Base price 20 lakhs)

Vivek Singh (Base price 20 lakhs)

Who sold the most expensive, whose last entry was

South African legend Chris Morris was sold as the most expensive player in the IPL 2021 auction. Morris was included in the Rajasthan Royals team for Rs 16 crore 25 lakh. While Kyle Jamieson of New Zealand came second here, who was bought by Chris Morris’ previous team i.e. Royal Challengers Bangalore for Rs 15 crore.

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