Mitchell Starc might put up his name for IPL mega auction

Starc has played 27 matches for RCB in the competition, but he has not turned up to play in the IPL for some years now.

Mitchell Starc the Australian fastmen said he is considering putting his name for the upcoming Indian Premier League (IPL) mega auction.

The mega auction of IPL is to be held on February 12 and 13, 2022. Starc has made 27 appearances for Royal Challengers Banglore in IPL but has not played in this Indian tournament in recent years.

The two new IPL franchises –  CVC Capital’s Ahmedabad and Sanjiv Goenka RPSG group for the Lucknow team on Tuesday received the clearance from BCCI.

The clearance was given after the IPL Governing council concluded its meeting on Tuesday and both Lucknow & Ahmedabad franchises are given a timeline for a player signing before the mega auction.

The two new teams Lucknow and Ahemdabad will be very excited after hearing that Starc is available for selection in the Mega Auction which will take place in  February this year and prove to be a good addition to their roster.

The only setback Starc has is the injury issues that he has faced during his playing career and the only reason why the teams will not be looking to buy him in the mega auction.

This comeback in the IPL will be a fresh start for Starc and could prove he still has got the skill and talent to be the best among the best.

As Starc is having brilliant ashes and became the first bowler to take 50 wickets in a day-night Test. and also a key member in the pace unit of the Aussies is a proven bowler across formats and is very lethal with his yorkers.

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