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2023 Indian Premier League Auction : Top 10 Picks

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The Indian Premier League auction is taking place at the time of year when cricket players from all over the world watch with baited breath.

The IPL 2023 mini players' auction on Friday might be a turning point in some cricketers' careers as all 10 franchise who strive to strengthen their teams with top players.

Here are the Top 10 Picks at 2023 IPL Auction

The largest bids are anticipated for England's Ben Stokes and Sam Curran as well as Australia's Cameron Green.

In Kochi for the IPL 2023 auction, Harish Kotian selects a few cricketers who are sure to draw attention.

Cameron Green

It's anticipated that the Australian prodigy will win the IPL auction.

Although the 6' 6" all-rounder has only played in eight T20 Internationals for Australia, he grabbed everyone's attention with his explosive runs of 60 from 31 balls and 52 from 21 balls as the opener during the T20I series in India in September.

He is a top candidate for almost every franchise because of his excellent fast bowling ability.

Sam Curran

With 13 wickets at a 6.52 economy rate, Sam was instrumental in England's victory at the T20 World Cup.

He missed the IPL this year due to injuries, but his 13 wickets helped CSK win the championship in 2021.

Sam can also assist with the bat, with a T20 strike rate of 135; he will likely be selected by CSK, who may make a major effort to reclaim him.

Ben Stokes

The IPL 2021 injury forced England's Test captain to withdraw after just one game, and he later withdrew from the IPL 2022 to balance his workload.

In the IPL, Stokesy has a strong overall record with 920 runs from 43 games at a strike rate of 134, including two centuries and two fifties; he has also taken 28 wickets.

Will the Rajasthan Royals re-sign him?

Rilee Rossouw

For Royal Challengers Bangalore in 2015, the South African left-most hander's recent IPL appearance occurred.

In the third T20 International in Indore in October, he hammered a fast 100 without being out off 48 balls against India. The following month, in the T20 World Cup, he hit 109 off 56 balls against Bangladesh.

Having scored 6,930 runs in 272 T20 games, Rossouw boasts a remarkable strike rate of 143.

Harry Brook

The young Englishman might have an influence similar to Virat Kohli, according to Ben Stokes. With three hundreds and a fifty at a strike rate of 93, Brooks scored 468 runs in the three Test matches he played against Pakistan.

He has a solid record in T20 cricket, with 2,432 runs in 99 games at a strike rate of 148 with 102 sixes despite not scoring many runs during the T20 World Cup.

Nicholas Pooran

Although Pooran had a successful IPL 2022 season, collecting 306 runs at a strike rate of 144, Sunrisers Hyderabad let the West Indian go after signing him for Rs 10.75 crore in the February 2022 auction.

He didn't get many runs in the T20 World Cup, but in the Abu Dhabi T10, he has been in excellent form, scoring 345 runs with a strike rate of 234.

Overall, he has a strong record in the IPL, scoring 912 runs from 47 games with a strike rate of 151, and he stands to make more money at the auction.

Mayank Agarwal

Agarwal, the Punjab Kings' captain for IPL 2022, had batting issues and his team didn't advance to the playoffs.

Punjab released him a few months after the IPL 2022 season concluded, and the right-hander may be quite high on the list of some teams looking for an effective opener in the 2023 season.

Agarwal has a strong IPL resume, scoring 400+ runs in each of the 2020 and 2021 seasons, totaling 2,327 runs in 113 games with a strike rate of 134.

Adil Rashid

Teams like the Mumbai Indians, who failed to secure a top spinner in the February auction, may be interested in England's senior spinner.

Rashid had superb control during the T20 World Cup, giving up runs at a rate of 6.12 despite only having four wickets in six games.

In the semifinal match against India and the championship match against Pakistan, he scored 1/20 and 2/22 respectively.

Narayan Jagadeesan

The best choice among Indian uncapped players may be Jagadeesan of Tamil Nadu.

He was let go by CSK last month, and in the Vijay Hazare one-day competition, he set a world record by smashing five consecutive hundreds, including 277 from 141 balls against Arunachal Pradesh.

The wicket-keeper-opener has carried over that form into the Ranji Trophy, hitting 116 off 97 balls and a 22-ball 59 not out in the opening match against Hyderabad to raise his stakes before the auction.

It won't come as a surprise if he sells for significantly more than his starting bid of Rs 20 lakh.

Sikandar Raza

With his ability to contribute with both the bat and the ball, Zimbabwe's spin all-rounder may be a valuable addition to any IPL squad.

In an ODI in Harare in August, Raza hammered 115 from 95 balls against India after scoring back-to-back hundreds against Bangladesh to help Zimbabwe win the series 2-1.

In the T20 World Cup, he scored some solid runs to end with 219 runs at a strike rate of 147 and 10 wickets at an economy rate of 6.50.

The Mumbai Indians, who struggle with spin, might be interested in signing Raza. Another amazing chapter will start for the upcoming IPL 2023 tournament

As the IPL Auction takes place, franchise strive to strengthen their teams to play and able to get and finish its upcoming IPL tournament.

Who do you think will this time?

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