More specifically, T20 cricket never stops. Taking place on the 23rd of December, the auction will finalise the squads for ...
...the 2023 IPL. Meanwhile, veteran MS Dhoni will take the gloves for the Chennai Super Kings in his final IPL season.
The English summer wasn’t kind to Sam Curran – taking no wickets and conceding 147 runs at an economy rate of 9.19 per over his five T20Is.
He bowled tidily in the middle overs and at the death to snag 13 wickets at an average of 11.38 and a 6.53 economy rate. These were decent returns for a young man, but nothing like his international form of late.
Prior to his debut season, Kings XI Punjab paid a whopping £800,000 for his services.
After all, MS Dhoni is a big fan and once said, “Sam Curran is a complete cricketer for us, and you need that seaming ...
...all-rounder”. Fresh off his talismanic 52* in the World Cup final, he, too, will command a hefty price.
The Cumbrian is tailor-made for the big moments.
Ben Stokes will always be hot property – his first season in India cost Rising Pune Supergiant a gargantuan £1,500,000 ...
...– and given his T20 World Cup heroics, a bid of similarly huge proportions could be required to snag him this time.
Making his Test debut in December 2020 against India, the giant Australian impressed with his medium-fast bowling and powerful lower order hitting.
At 6 ½ ft, Green offers troublesome bounce with the ball and dominates short-pitched bowling with the bat.