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New Delhi, 8 April There is now only one day left in the start of the 14th season of the Indian Premier League. The first match of this season will be played on 9 April 2021 between last year’s winner Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore. For IPL 2021, all the teams have bought more than one player. For many players, some franchises have invested heavily. In this case, talk about the three players of the world who participated in IPL 2021, who may be flopped despite selling expensive this year, their names are as follows.
Kyle Jamieson, a 26-year-old young fast bowler from the New Zealand cricket team, has been included in the Royal Challengers Bangalore team this year by spending Rs 15 crore. Jamieson’s recent performance has been nothing special. He has proved to be quite expensive in the T20I series against Australia.
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Let me tell you that Jamieson has taken four wickets at an average of 70.2 in eight innings while playing eight T20I matches for New Zealand so far. During this time, he has also proved to be very expensive. Apart from this, this will be the first time of Jameson on Indian soil when he will take part in such a big league. In such a situation, it can be speculated that according to the amount of money they have received, they will not be able to perform.
Australian young fast bowler Jhay Richardson was made a part of his team this year by buying the Punjab Kings team for a huge amount of Rs 14 crores. Richardson has taken the highest 29 wickets in the Big Bash League 2020.
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Please tell that there is a difference between foreign pitches and Indian pitches. Prior to Richardson, star pacers like Daniel Symes, Kane Richardson and Tom Karan had joined the IPL by performing well in the Big Bash League but they did not flop here. In such a situation, Richardson may also have to struggle in Indian conditions.
Karnataka all-rounder player Krishnappa Gautam was included in the team by the Chennai Super Kings team, spending Rs 9.25 crore in this year’s auction.
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Please tell that Gautam has not done anything special in the IPL so far. He has scored 186 runs in 19 innings with an average of 14.3 in 19 innings while playing 24 matches in this prestigious tournament of the country. Apart from batting, bowling has achieved just 13 successes in 24 innings of 24 matches. Looking at Gautam’s performance in the IPL, it can be expected that he will have to struggle a lot against the opposition team.