CricBattle IPL Fantasy Cricket Tips: Top 5 Uncapped Players to pick for this season on CricBattle by Soubhagya Swain,74 days ago  
CricBattle IPL Fantasy Cricket Tips:
 Top 5 Uncapped Players to pick for this season on CricBattle
Indian Premier League was conceived with the notion to bring the biggest celebrities under one fatty, rich umbrella through a unique allotment process-auctioning. But, what the game witnessed was a proliferation of unknown domestic cricketers playing eye to eye with global legends. More than IPL flooding BCCI's financial pockets, it heralded a new revolution for the country's domestic cricket circuit, bringing to the light more prodigies than ever; somewhere easing the task of national selectors to find the true champions of the game. IPL hence has been a unique story of unsung heroes, dark horses, overnight stars, and a magnanimous learning arena for youngsters.
1. Suryakumar Yadav – Mumbai Indians: Despite playing alongside the likes of Rohit Sharma, Quinton de Kock and Kieron Pollard at Mumbai Indians, Suryakumar Yadav has stood out in the batting department. In IPL 2018, Yadav amassed 512 runs in just 14 matches with his average being 36.57. He scored these runs at a decent strike rate of 133.33. Though his numbers took a dip in the 2019 edition of the IPL, he still scored over 400 runs in 16 matches. His highest score in IPL 2019 was 71* wherein he registered two half-centuries. Yadav has been the epitome of consistency for Mumbai Indians and he will be a player to watch out for this Season. 
2. Yashasvi Jaiswal – Rajasthan Royals: The stylish left-hander from Mumbai needs no introduction as he was the 'Player of the Tournament; of the U-19 World Cup 2020. Yashasvi Jaiswal scored runs at will and looked a class above the rest. Coming from a humble background, Jaiswal had to endure a lot of struggles to make it big. Even before his dream run at the U-19 World Cup, Rajasthan Royals realized the potential in this wunderkind and splurged a sum of ?2.4 cr to secure his services for IPL 2020. Life came a full circle for Jaiswal and his rags-to-riches journey will now surely inspire countless cricketers like him to take up the game and make it big on the world stage. IPL 2020 will hence serve as the perfect platform for Jaiswal to make the transition to the big league and show the world that he has 'indeed arrived'.
3. Shreyas Gopal – Rajasthan Royals: The demand for leg-spinners in T20 cricket is sky high and there is a cut-throat competition prevailing in the Indian team as well. Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav are now fighting for one spot in the team but there is one wildcard in this race named Shreyas Gopal. The right-arm leg-spinner from Karnataka impressed a lot with his bowling skills in the last two IPL seasons. Donning the Rajasthan Royals jersey, Gopal featured in 11 matches of IPL 2018 where he scalped 11 wickets with his best figures being 4/16. The 2019 edition of IPL proved to be the best of Gopal’s career as he picked up 20 wickets in 14 games for Rajasthan. His economy rate of 7.22 shows that he kept a strict check on the run-flow and if he betters his performance in 2020, he may soon break into the Indian team.
4. Ravi Bishnoi – Kings XI Punjab: Touted as India's next spin wizard, Ravi Bishnoi made heads turn with his bowling performances in the U-19 World Cup 2020. He ended the tournament as the highest wicket-taker with 17 wickets in 6 matches at an unearthly average of 10.6. The young leg-spinner has a lethal googly in his repertoire which he frequently used to bamboozle batsmen in the World Cup.Even before his exploits for India in the World Cup he had attracted eyeballs in the Youth One-Dayers picking up 12 wickets in 7 matches at an economy of 4.37 which helped him in getting picked up by KXIP for IPL 2020 at a handsome price of ?2 cr. With Anil Kumble at the helm of affairs in the Punjab setup, Bishnoi can only expect to grow from his association with the franchise.
5. K Gowtham – Kings XI Punjab: Former Rajasthan Royals star, Krishnappa Gowtham stole the show with his all-round brilliance for the Jaipur-based franchise in IPL 2018. He scored 133 runs at a blistering strike rate of 196.87 while also taking 11 wickets with the ball. Unfortunately, he could not continue his fine form in IPL 2019. Since the Rajasthan Royals had bought him for a high price, the owners traded him out to Kings XI Punjab ahead of IPL 2020 Auction. Under the guidance of Anil Kumble, Gowtham will look to make an impact for the Preity Zinta-owned franchise as the fans would monitor the upcoming all-rounder’s performances. 
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