This year Dream11 Indian Premier League will take place in the UAE between 19th September to 10th November. For now there is a lot of buzz over the young guns who’ll be embarking on this beautiful journey for the very first time.
We decoded the Five Indian youngsters to watch out for in the Indian Premier League 2020
1. Yashasvi Jaiswal
From selling panipuri to scoring a hundred in a semifinal against Pakistan, Jaiswal’s rise is truly incredible. His performances in U-19 world cup and domestic seasons make him listed in 2020 Indian Premier League auction at a base Price of Rs 20 lakh. However, he was bought by whopping Rs 2.4 crore by Rajasthan Royals. As an opener he may not get the chance but in the middle order he will definitely become a solid choice for the Royals.
2. Priyam Garg
A prominent young Indian batsman who captained the U-19 team in 2020 world cup and stormed the Indian team into the finals. His promising performance in both world cup and first class matches is another reason why he’s one amongst few youngsters to be watch out for. He was bought by Sunrisers Hyderabad by for a whopping Rs 1.9 crore. And it can be expected that he’ll be played a crucial role the David Warner led Sunrisers Hyderabad side in the upcoming Indian Premier League.
3. Ishan Porel
The Kolkata born fast bowler has impressed all of one with his deadly bowling in domestic circuit. The 21 year old has the ability to seize the big wicket in his pocket. His swinging and extracting delivery will surely intimidate the batsman at ease. This year he will play for KXIP franchise under captaincy of KL Rahul.
4. Devdutt Padikkal
The 20 year old opener has got a lot of potential to sustain his consistency in the shorter format. The left handed has been one of the most uprising cricketer to emerge in recent times. His performances in the domestic tournaments has been really appreciable. This year he will be making his debut under the captaincy of Virat Kohli.
5. Kamlesh Nagarkoti
Brilliant fast bowler and a shiny fielder. Nagarkoti proved himself in the U-19 world cup with his fierce bowling techniques. But unfortunately he has suffered a lot with various injuries at the same time and as a result he missed the 2018 domestic season along with the 2019 Indian Premier League. Although, this year he will be representing the Kolkata Knight Riders as a Knight Warrior in the forthcoming Indian Premier League.
However, there’s so much buzz around these young sensations but when the game start it will be really interesting to see how they match-up with the expectations which set by his fans.