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4/8/21

Sold for Rs 44.1 crore, these 11 Gujaratis will prove to be 'game changers' in the tournament, the debut season of 3 players.

Gujju Power in IPL 2021:Sold for Rs 44.1 crore, these 11 Gujaratis will prove to be 'game changers' in the tournament, the debut season of 3 players.





The biggest festival of cricket, the Indian Premier League (IPL), will start tomorrow. The Gujarat team is not playing in the IPL, but 11 Gujarati players are playing on which every Gujarati will keep a close eye and take note of their performance. 7 out of these 11 Gujaratis have joined the Indian team in various formats, while some new faces will be making their mark this season. Let's take a look at each player before the season starts.







If other teams are analyzed in IPL, the first question is the same? Does he have a bowler like Jaspreet Bumrah for death overs? Isn't it How can that be? Boom boom boomerang is the same! Mumbai captain Rohit Sharma will not expect anything from Bumrah, Rohit will be sure that Bumrah is ... everything will be fine. He took 27 wickets in 15 matches last season. He also bowled the final over of the innings with an economy of only 6.73. As well as last year he took wickets for every 13 balls. Bumrah did not let Lasith Malinga fall short. Surprise if its performance doesn't give a new definition of the best, the rest is boom boom ... boomerang - the name is enough.



The 2017 IPL was the best for Jaydev Unadkat. He took 24 wickets in 12 matches for the Rising Pune Supergiants. After that season, Rajasthan Royals bought him in 2018 for Rs 11.5 crore. However, his performance in the next two seasons was not impressive. He took 10 wickets in 15 matches in 2018 and only 10 wickets in 11 matches in 2019. So in December 2019, Rajasthan released it for auction without returning it. Then bought it again for Rs 3 crore. Jaydev was in the purple patch before the cricket game was suspended due to Corona. He took a record-breaking 65 wickets in the 2019-20 season to help Saurashtra win the Ranji Trophy alone. However, Jayadeva has not appeared in his rhythm since then. He played 7 matches last season and took only 4 wickets. The Saurashtra captain will be looking to bounce back this season.



If there is one thing that sets Hardik apart from other young cricketers, it is his self-belief. Pandya never lets pressure dominate him. Hardik proved it in his debut IPL match by hitting sixes in the second over. All-rounder Hardik, a mainstay of the Indian team, has been suffering from frequent back injuries. However, he is fit right now and is looking forward to be an x-factor for the Mumbai Indians. This time it is likely to play a big role for Mumbai. Along with his form in the IPL, cricket fans will also keep an eye on his fitness. He will now bowl the full 4 overs and in batting, junior Pandya is doing well. Last season, Hardik scored 281 runs in 14 matches with a strike rate of 178.98. Did not bowl due to back problem.



Krunal recently made his ODI debut in the ODI series against England at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. He hit a superb fifty in his debut. However, Krunal got the chance because Ravindra Jadeja was unfit and Krunal Vijay Hazare did well with the bat in the trophy. But in T20, Krunal is not even seen as a second option at present. With the T20 World Cup set to be played in India this year, he could attract the attention of selectors and Indian team management by making a strong showing this season. He scored just 109 runs in 16 matches last season and his performance was poor even with the ball. He could only take 6 wickets. This time in the league, Krunal will be looking to improve his performance.



From his performance in the IPL, Jadeja has gone from making a place in the Indian team to becoming the world's No. 1 bowler. However, Jadeja's performance last season was not as good as Mabha's. He scored just 232 runs in 14 matches and took 6 wickets. Even in 2019, he scored only 106 runs and took 15 wickets. Thus Bapu has disappointed the fans in back-to-back two seasons. This time he is coming back from injury. It remains to be seen how long it will take to get the rhythm. Chennai wants to see it as a success.



Akshar made his debut for Mumbai Indians in 2013. It was then bought by Kings XI Punjab in 2014. He made his ODI debut for India in June 2014 due to his good performance that season. Akshar has been in and out of the team since then due to injury. In 2018, its performance was moderate. He scored 80 runs in 9 matches at an average of 13.33. Even with the ball, he could only catch 3 wickets. In 2019, he scored 110 runs and took 10 wickets. Last year, he was 9 wickets faster with an economy of just 6.41. He specializes in tying one-sided batsmen. Patel, R. Ashwin and Amit Mishra's company could make a splash and prove to be a dark horse for Delhi.



Cheteshwar Pujara, known as Mr Dependable and Wall 2.0 in India's Test squad, has had the opportunity to play in the Indian Premier League for seven years. He last played for Kings XI Punjab in 2014. His overall league record has been poor. He has scored only 390 runs in 30 matches with a strike rate of 99.74. This time Chennai Super Kings have bought it at auction for Rs 50 lakh. Pujara has told everyone before the season that he has an appetite to succeed in this format. He will also be innovative if needed but at the same time believes that text book cricket is the key to success in T20.



Ripal Patel, a 25-year-old resident of Peeplag, Kheda, has been bought by Delhi Capitals for a base price of Rs 20 lakh. Ripple Syed Mushtaq Ali came into the limelight with 30 runs in 1 over against Chhattisgarh. He scored 145 runs in the overall tournament with a strike rate of 181.25. When Mumbai Indians called for trials, they also scored fifty in 1 of the 2 matches played there. It is the powerhouse of Gujarat and is known for its finishing skills. Delhi could give him the responsibility of finishing the innings in the sixth over.



Saurashtra fast bowler Chetan Sakaria has been bought by Rajasthan Royals for Rs 1.2 crore. The 22-year-old fast bowler took 12 wickets this time in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy with an economy rate of 4.90. Chetan also became Man of the Series in the Saurashtra Premier League. He took 12 wickets in 5 league matches. Defending 7 runs in a game, he took a hat-trick to help his team win the match. Chetan Sakaria was a net bowler with RCB in IPL 2020. He can also be seen sharing a new ball with his captain Jaydev Unadkat.



Vadodara left-arm pace bowler Lookman Mariwala impressed people in the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20. Mariwala was 15 wickets faster in 8 matches with an economy of 6.52. Meriwala, 29, has played 17 first-class matches, 31 A-list matches and 44 T20I matches. Meriwala has taken five wickets three times in 44 T20 matches with an economy of 6.72. Mariwala is quick for a total of 72 wickets. It has been bought by Delhi Capitals for a base price of Rs 20 lakh. He is known for his diversity in domestic cricket.



Sheldon Jackson has been bought by Kolkata Knight Riders for a base price of Rs 20 lakh. He is originally from Bhavnagar. He has scored 1059 runs in 59 matches in the domestic T-20 with an average of 25.83 and a strike rate of 117. He has hit 6 fifties and 1 century in the meantime. He has been picked by the Knight Riders as a backup for wicketkeeper Dinesh Karthik. Jackson, 34, would like to take full advantage of every opportunity in the league.

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