IPL 2021: Franchises all set to regret not buying Jason Roy, Devon Conway, Martin Guptill and two others

IPL 2021 - Franchises to regret not buying Jason Roy, Martin Guptill and Devon Convoy this IPL
IPL 2021 - Franchises to regret not buying Jason Roy, Martin Guptill and Devon Convoy this IPL

IPL 2021 – Jason Roy, Davon Conway, Martin Guptill have shown their supereme skillks and match winning abilities in last two weeks. Still the IPL franchises ignored them at the IPL Auctions on February 18th. According to cricket experts and fans, franchises will regret not buying 5 cricketers this year – check out.

IPL 2021 – 5 players who franchises will regret not buying this IPL Auction

Jason Roy

Available for INR 2 crore, none of the franchises showed interest in his batting prowess. But the English opener made them regret their decision in the first T20 against India in Ahmedabad. Roy’s quickfire 49 off 32 balls, on an Indian pitch was enough to prove his worth. Roy has a ability to dismantle and demoralise bowling attacks single-handedly but it seems franchises failed to recognise his abilities.

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– Devon Conway

The New Zealand batsman was priced at just INR 50 lakh, but even the low price did not interest the franchises to bid for him. The team management of the eight teams will now be sorry, especially after his blistering 99 of 59 balls against Australia to help the black Caps win register a narrow win.

– Martin Guptill

Franchises surprised everyone as they ignored very experienced Martin Guptill at IPL 2021 Auctions. Guptill has been in red-hot form in the white-ball cricket. The 34-year-old played an important role in helping New Zealand beat Australia 3-2 in the recently concluded T20 series. In five matches he scored 218 runs, including two fifties – the strike rate to achieve those runs was phenomenal – surely franchises would be regretting their decision.

– Kyle Mayers

Imagine hitting a double-century in the debut match. Well, Kyle Mayers achieved the unthinkable, when he hit a daddy ton against Bangladesh. It was shocking to see that none of the franchises showed interest in him.

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– Kedar Devdhar

In IPL 2021 Auction lot of talented Indian youngsters were picked but one of them missed out. The Baroda-born wicketkeeper-batsman Kedar Devdhar was the second-highest run-getter in the Syed Mushtaq T20I series. In eight matches, he scored an impressive 349 runs, 15 runs short of top place. Furthermore, he also did have a decent outing during the Vijay Hazare. In five games he scored 165 runs.

IPL 2021 – 5 players who franchises will regret not buying this IPL Auction

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