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Top 5 Capped players who have kept low base price for WPL Auction 2024

By Akanksha - December 4, 2023 - Last updated on Dec 05, 2023 03:00 PM
Top 5 Capped players who have kept low base price for WPL Auction 2024

On December 9 in Mumbai, the Women's Premier League (WPL) will hold its second auction in preparation for the 2024 season.

A few capped players have maintained a lower base price for the next auction.Let's explore the top five Capped players who fit within this specific category.

Top 5 Capped players who have kept the low base price for WPL Auction 2024

Tammy Beaumont - INR 30 Lakh

Tammy Beaumont

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Beaumont has played in 99 WT20Is, scoring 1721 runs with an average of 40 and a high of 116. She has also participated in T20 league cricket, representing the Sydney Thunder and Melbourne Renegades in the WBBL.

She performed for Welsh Fire in the Hundred as well as London Spirit. Beaumont may be able to secure a WPL contract by maintaining a lower base pricing.

Lea Tahuhu - INR 30 Lakh

Lea Tahuhu

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Lea Tahuhu, a pacer from New Zealand, is sometimes regarded as the quickest bowler in women's cricket. She often exceeds 120 to 125 kph. Interestingly, even though she had set her base price low at INR 30 lakhs, she had not sold.

Tahuhu has 78 wickets at an economy of 6.01 and a high of 4/6 in 79 Women's T20Is. She has participated in six seasons of the Women's Big Bash League (WBBL) and claimed 57 wickets at a respectable economy of 6.12 in 70 games.

Danielle Wyatt - INR 30 Lakh

DANIELLE WYATT

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Another well-known name that failed to sell in the WPL 2023 auction was Danielle Wyatt of England. She has extensive experience playing T20 league cricket as well as international cricket.

Throughout her 149 WT20I matches, she has amassed 2527 runs, two hundred, and twelve fifties, with a career-best of 124. She has represented the Southern Brave in Hundred, Southern Vipers, Melbourne Renegades in the WBBL, and Velocity in T20 league cricket.

Inoka Ranaweera - INR 30 Lakh

Inoka Ranaweera

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A mainstay of the Sri Lankan women's team's bowling attack is 37-year-old Inoka Ranaweera. Ranaweera made her WT20I debut in 2012 and has since claimed 88 wickets in 78 matches at an economy of 5.77 with a best of 4/7. In the final gold medal match at the Asian Games in Hangzhou, she collected 2/21 against India. That was her most recent performance.

She is likely to be a key player in the 2017 WPL season, having played 73 WODIs and claimed 75 wickets at an incredible economy of 4.45.

Chamari Athapaththu - INR 30 Lakh

Chamari Athapaththu

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Without a question, the best Sri Lankan woman beater of all time is Chamari Athapaththu. She has carried Sri Lanka's batting frequently on her own, amassing 2651 runs in 122 WT20Is, with a high of 113. She has competed in T20 competitions for teams like Guyana Amazon Warriors, Melbourne Renegades, Perth Scorchers, Sydney Thunder Women, and Sri Lanka.

Before the WPL, she participated in the Women's T20 Challenge as a player for Supernovas. This time, she has dropped her starting price to encourage teams to bid on him after she was unsold in the WPL 2023 auction.

Also Read: List of all 20 teams qualified for the T20 World Cup 2024

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