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Top 10 players from World Cup who can be expensive in IPL 2024

By Akanksha - November 23, 2023 - Last updated on Nov 24, 2023 11:36 AM
Top 10 players from World Cup who can be expensive in IPL 2024

On December 19, the Indian Premier League (IPL) players auction for the 2024 season will take place in Dubai. It will also be the first IPL auction to take place outside of India. Preparation for the worldwide tournament will be optimal as the 2017 IPL takes place in the United States and the Caribbean before to the T20 World Cup.

World Cup players that might sign a deal with the IPL in 2024

These players might win an IPL contract at the auction next month thanks to their performances during the World Cup.

1. Travis Head (Australia)

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Earlier, Travis Head, the opener for Australia, had shown his interest in the IPL. The 29-year-old, who participated in 10 games for Royal Challengers Bangalore during the 2016–17 campaign, is keen to return. Head hopes to be an asset to any IPL squad with his current form and promising T20I career. There may be fierce bidding for the 29-year-old during the auction after he crushed 137 in only 120 balls to deny India a third World Cup.

2. Pat Cummins (Australia)

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Australia's World Cup-winning captain, Pat Cummins, is prepared to take part in the IPL 2024 auction. The speed attack for the Kolkata Knight Riders is keen to demonstrate his T20 skills and help his club succeed after missing the 2023 season to concentrate on international obligations.

3. Gerald Coetzee (South Africa)

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Gerald Coetzee, the sensational performance in the last World Cup, is predicted to draw interest in the IPL auction. He is a South African pacer. Coetzee's continuous ability to provide wickets puts him as a potential asset in the IPL, as seen by his record-breaking 20 wickets in the ODI World Cup 2023.

4. Rachin Ravindra (New Zealand)

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With both bat and ball, the rising Kiwi star made a significant contribution to New Zealand's World Cup campaign. He amassed 578 runs at an average of 64.22 in 10 innings, smashing three hundred and two half-centuries. He took five wickets as well. Due to his Indian ancestry and name, which is a combination of Rahul and Sachin, Ravindra may be a player to keep an eye on at the auction.

5. Azmatullah Omarzai (Afghanistan)

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Afghanistan was on the verge of making it to the knockout stage until Azmatullah Omarzai delivered some vital blows at the top. In the process, Afghanistan defeated Sri Lanka, England, and Pakistan in the World Cup, causing a few upsets before their aspirations of defeating Australia and India collapsed.

Omarzai helped Afghanistan mount some impressive chases as they won four matches alongside his seasoned colleagues Rahmanullah Gurbaz, Ibrahim Zadran, Rahmat Shah, and captain Hashmatullah Shahidi. Omarzai, on the other hand, amassed 454 runs at a 70.60 average with a career-high 97 not out.

6. Dilshan Madushanka (Sri Lanka)

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Dilshan Madushanka, a speedster from Sri Lanka, was remarkable throughout the World Cup, taking 21 wickets. In this World Cup, the speedster from Sri Lanka took his first five-wicket haul against India; nonetheless, the match ended in humiliation as Sri Lanka was bowled out for just 55 in a humiliating loss of 302 runs.He's taken 31 wickets at an average of little over 22 in 14 One-Day Internationals thus far. Madushanka has an impressive resume and will probably get interest from IPL teams searching for a strong bowling option.

7. Daryl Mitchell (New Zealand)

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Due to his outstanding World Cup run-scoring performance—which included an incredible 134 against India in the semi-final—Daryl Mitchell is a hot commodity in the IPL auction. He became the World Cup's top run scorer with a total of 552 runs scored in nine innings at an average of 69 and a strike rate of 111.06.

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