As per reports, the IPL 2022 Mega Auctions are likely to happen in February. A few articles have suggested that this could be the last auction of such a big magnitude. Hence, franchises will look at the upcoming bidding event from a long-term perspective. Of course, there will be a focus on the immediate seasons, as well. Therefore, a few cricketers, despite being uncapped, could go for a big sum at the auctions. In this article, we take a look at three uncapped Indians who can earn more than seven crores in the IPL 2022 Auctions.
1) Shahrukh Khan
Let alone seven crores, it would not be a surprise if Shahrukh Khan lands an even heftier contract at the IPL 2022 Mega Auctions. Such has been his form that the Tamil Nadu batter will feature in the playing XI of any franchise.
While he did show his brute hitting skills in the final of the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, in the Vijay Hazare Trophy, he has re-iterated his value. He has struck runs at above a strike rate of 180 and an average above 40. Some of these knocks have come under crucial situations. Hence, with so much that he has done, a big pay-cheque is certain for him.
2) Ravi Bishnoi
There is likely to be a mad rush for Indian spinners at the IPL 2022 Mega Auctions. When it comes to right-arm leggies, only Yuzvendra Chahal, Rahul Chahar and Ravi Bishnoi seem reliable options at the moment.
Hence, for each of them, there will be a long list of suitors. More so for Ravi Bishnoi, because he has got the ability to do well on multiple tracks. Although not an established one at the moment, Bishnoi also has the potential to be a decent bowling all-rounder.
3) Avesh Khan
Avesh Khan is also one of the uncapped Indians who can earn more than seven crores in the IPL 2022 Auctions. At IPL 2021, he was the second-highest wicket-taker. The Madhya Pradesh pacer produced a mature performance despite it being the first season in which he got a bulk of chances.
Avesh does look capable of leading the pace attack of an XI in a year or two. He is also set to make his India debut very soon. Although India does have good talent in the pace department now, franchises might want someone who has decent experience. Here is where Avesh Khan could set the auctions on fire.