Indian Premier League 2023 witnessed incredible record breaking bids on some players and the fans also witnessed the top 3 biggest buys of the IPL history.
But with such incredible offers to the players, some players go unsold despite their positive experience in the league for the previous seasons.
With such unsold players, there are these four incredible players who couldn’t find any spot for the upcoming season.
In the “Spin Bowlers Pool” players like – Akeal Hosain, Mujeeb Rahman, Tabraiz Shamsi, and Adam Zampa went unsold.
Akeal Hosein, a 29-year-old West Indies left-arm spinner, has registered for the upcoming IPL mini-auction. He has 25 wickets at an economy rate of 7.03 in 32 T20I games. With his solid bowling record and ability to bowl on spin-friendly Indian wickets, he could be an interesting auction buy. Franchises such as the Lucknow Super Giants and the Delhi Capitals may look to sign all-rounders like him to strengthen their teams.
Akeal Hosein is currently playing for the Melbourne Renegades in the BBL 2022-23 season and is contributing greatly to the team with both bat and ball.
Mujeeb Ur Rahman made his IPL debut with the Punjab Kings in 2018 and enjoyed a successful first season. He took 14 wickets in 11 games at a 6.99 economy rate. He was unable to repeat that performance in the following two seasons. Sunrisers Hyderabad signed him in 2021, but he only played one game due to competition from Rashid Khan and Mohammad Nabi.
Adam Zampa, Australia’s leading T20I wicket-taker, has been on fire since 2020. Zampa has previously represented the Pune and Bangalore franchises in three seasons of the IPL. Many teams will be vying for his services because he is known for his economy and refusal to concede easy boundaries. Zampa is also an excellent wicket-taker with a proven track record in Asia, making him the ideal spinner for any team to acquire at this year’s auctions.