15 Fantastic IPL seasons have come and gone by. The greater part of the greatest names in world cricket during this period have sparkled in the most extravagant, most terrific cricket association on the planet for one season.
However, not all. There are, with some shock, a couple of marquee worldwide stars, who are deeply grounded cricketers for their particular nations, be that as it may, have not highlighted in a solitary time of the IPL.
The following are 3 such conspicuous worldwide cricketers who are yet to play in IPL:
Joe Root is probably the greatest name in cricket to have never made a stride in the IPL. He, however, entered his name in the 2018 auctions which took place back then, yet his standing of being a Test cricketer first and not exactly a hard-hitter in white-ball cricket hurt him as no establishment bid for the then England Test captain.
The Englishman solidified his role over the Test captaincy obligations that year and has since never entered the auctions of the IPL. Presently with the Test captaincy pressure passed on to Ben Stokes, and furthermore the ODI World Cup one year from now in India, Root could consider tossing his name in the ring for the IPL by 2023.
The shortfall of Mushfiqur Rahim from the IPL for a long time has had numerous bad-to-the-bone cricket fans unsuspecting. Not just Rahim is one of the most amazing talented hitters of the cricket-ball, however his involvement with Asian circumstances and his steady game ability to dominate for Bangladesh ought to likewise have put him in front of a significant number of the abroad managers to have been purchased by any of the IPL franchises.
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In any case, that hasn’t occurred at this point and is probably not going to happen anytime in future as now a spate of local wicket-keepers have made their names in India.
Rahim has been up for grabs in the auctions from the inaugural season till 2020. Furthermore, solely after going unsold for 13 times straight in the auctions, Rahim at last surrendered and quit the 2021 and 2022 sell-offs.
A firesome striker of the cricket-ball and a batsman many feel merits a spot in the IPL and the wealth that comes along with it is Ireland opener Paul Stirling, who has truly surprised the world with his firecrackers as an opener, right from the word go.
In 108 International T20 matches he has played, Stirling has managed to score 2912 runs, with a T20I century and 20 half-centuries to his name.
Audacious of getting out ahead of schedule, Stirling conveys his heart on his sleeve when he plays forceful shots right from the first over to get himself and his group moving in the powerplay. The 31-year-old will expect to be picked in the IPL sell off the following year.