Ten Indian Premier League (IPL) franchises are close to completing preparations for the 2023 auction, which will be held in Cochin on December 23. While franchises like Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) and Punjab Kings (PBKS) are entering the auction with multiple vacant slots to be filled, others like Royal Challengers Bangalore, Kolkata Knight Riders, Rajasthan Royals, etc. have wallet balances that can be spent smaller. However, each franchise has a common motivation, which is to strengthen its roster.
Ahead of the IPL 2023 auction in Kochi, we’ll find out on Friday which problem areas each franchise hopes to address.
Chennai Super Kings (INR 20.45):The death of bowling is one of the biggest concerns for CSK in IPL 2022.along with Dwayne Bravo No longer in their ranks, the franchise will be looking for a Pacer who can fill that void, no one barred Sam Curran It can be said to meet the requirements.
Delhi Capital (INR 19.5cr): Although Delhi has Prithvi Shaw with david warner At the top, they need another top hitter to add depth to the team.a backup ticket inspector Rishabh pants It is also the need of the times.some people are like Jason Royphil salt, Lipton Dassor Dashun Shanaka Can help the team.
Gujarat Titan (INR 19.25cr):Similar to Delhi, the Gujarat Titans needed another top batsman and they decided to release Jason Roy and Rahmanullah Gulbaz. Mayak Agarwal Probably their best bet to fill that void while still needing to attract a good overseas infantry.
Kolkata Knight Rider (INR 7.05cr):trade-in satutakul with Rock Ferguson In a big-money move, KKR can only afford to back up the auction. They do need overseas batting options and some other backup hitters. However, financial constraints can be a big hurdle.
Lucknow Super Giants (INR 23.25cr):Mid-level batting is a problem area for the Lucknow Supergiants. The lack of good all-rounders is also a big problem, as none of their top bowlers — Wood, Avish, Bishnoi and Mosin — can’t bat. Sam Curran is undoubtedly the best player for them.
Mumbai Indians (INR 20.55cr):Lack of quality Indian bowlers unless Jasper Bumrah, has been one of Mumbai’s biggest concerns. Attracting reliable Indian bowlers (both spinners and pacers) will be at the top of MI’s wish list at the auction.
King of Punjab (INR 32.30cr):Quality Indian talent (in both bowling and batting) is what Punjab need at the moment.Can’t rule out move for Mayank Agarwal released by franchise, and Pacers like Ishan Sharma, Shivammawi, Sandeep SharmaEtc may also be on the radar.
Rajasthan Royals (INR 13.20):The last edition’s runners-up covered nearly every field, but wanted to build a little depth into the roster.Overseas stars like cameron green, josh phillips, Jason Holder, Sikandar Raza, Daniel Samsetc. might be high on their wish list.
Royal Challengers Bengaluru (INR 8.75):A backup left-arm pacer and a backup left-handed batsman could be on RCB’s shopping list at the auction. This time their home game will be in Bengaluru, so a good bowler will be needed as well.
Sunrisers Hyderabad (INR 42.25):Team Hyderabad with the largest wallet balance goes to the auction and almost all fields need to be addressed.with Kane Williamson Come out, they still need a few captain candidates. Finishers and mid-level hitters are also high on their wish lists.players like ben stokesCameron Green, Shakib Hassanand Sikandar Raza are probably the names SRH will be desperately after.
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