IPL auction 2021: There may be a war between the franchises for these 5 players! Click here to know


A close official of the BCCI has informed about the auction of IPL 2021 on February 18 or 19. Apart from this, a list of players released and retained in all the franchises has also been released. There are some players who are believed to be the owners of franchisees to buy. Today we are going to tell you about 5 such players.

Chris morris

Chris Morris would like to have several franchises on his team. Morris is an all-rounder who can not only bowl 140 kilometers but has the power to bat explosively.

Glen Maxwell

Australia's Glenn Maxwell's performance in IPL 2020 is not what it should have been. This is the reason that Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) released him before IPL auction 2021 (IPL Auction 2021). But as Maxwell played several explosive innings in the ODI and T20 series against Team India in Australia, so many franchises may try to include him in their team.

James Neesham

James Neesham may not have done anything special in the IPL 2020, but on his return to his homeland New Zealand, he had done well in the limited-overs series against the West Indies and Pakistan.

S. Sreesanth

S Sreesanth was banned for 7 years and last appeared in the T20 League in 2013. He is currently playing for the Kerala team in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. Talking about the IPL record, he has taken 44 wickets in 40 matches. Many teams have a shortage of bowlers so they would like to have many franchises in their team.

Steve smith

Australia's Steve Smith may have a higher bid during the IPL auction 2021. This player has recently been released by the Rajasthan Royals (RR) team. Many teams, including RCB, need a great opener, so there is a war between Smith and the franchise.