Ranji Trophy: Kerala welcomes back Sreesanth after 9 years

Sreesanth makes a stunning comeback in the Ranji Trophy with a question of who will be buying him at the IPL auctions.

Indian pacer Sreesanth makes a brilliant comeback for the Kerala side in the upcoming series of Ranji Trophy after long 9 years. Not minding the age of the veteran player, Sreesanth is gradually gaining the fame fire he always had around him. Sreesanth has put in tremendous efforts to make his body match-fit and has once again started from scratch, playing the first-class games and now is one of the high talks before the Ranji Trophy.

Sreesanth is also included in the IPL candidate list who will be going under the hammer and is one of the oldest cricketers to play the top-rich tournament with the Mega Auctions to be held on February 12 and 13 in Bengaluru. Sachin Baby will be leading team Kerala as Sreesanth will be guiding the team with his experience of international cricket over the years.


Fans are emotionally confident to watch Sreesanth back on the tracks of 22 yards as the Indian pacer’s life turned his fate after the tragic spot-fixing scandal in the Indian Premier League. Sreesanth not looking back at the past is one of the inspiring players as he proved to the people that age doesn’t matter until your dreams are rigid.

Kerala has announced their Ranji Team for the upcoming series and the players are – Sachin Baby (Cap), Vishnu Vinod (V.Cap, WK), Anand Krishnan, Rohan Kunnumel, Vatsal Govind, Rahul P, Salman Nizar, Jalaj Saxena, Sijo Mon Joseph, Akshay KC, Mithun S, Basil N P, Nideesh M D, Manu Krishnan, Basil Thampi, Fanoos F, Sreeshanth S, Varun Nayanar (W K), Vinoop Manoharan, Eden Apple Tom.