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IPL 2021 Player auction list announced; S Sreesanth fails to make the cut
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The final list of all players set to go under the hammer in the auction for IPL 2021 was released on Thursday, and while a total of 292 cricketers were shortlisted, Kerala’s S Sreesanth failed to make the cut. Arjun Tendulkar, the son of Sachin, also made the cut, as did 42-year-old Nayan Doshi.S Sreesanth’s seven-year wait to partake once again in the Indian Premier League (IPL) is set to extend further as the 38-year-old seamer failed to make the final cut of shortlisted players that was revealed yesterday. Coming back from a seven-year ban for his alleged involvement in the 2013 IPL fixing scandal, Sreesanth represented Kerala in the 2020/21 Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy and picked 4 wickets in 5 games, but his showing wasn’t enough to attract franchises, who chose not to shortlist him. But while Sreesanth will not feature in IPL 2021, there exists an outside chance of the son of Sachin Tendulkar, Arjun Tendulkar, being picked by a franchise. Arjun had enrolled his name in the auction and set his base price as 20 lakh, and, interestingly, the 21-year-old ended up making the final cut. The left-arm seamer played for Mumbai in the 2020/21 SMAT season, where he picked 2 wickets in 2 games.Arjun, however, was not the most unusual shortlist as it came in the form of 42-year-old Nayan Doshi. Nayan Doshi, the son of former Indian cricketer Dilip Doshi and an English citizen, has not played a professional game of cricket in over 8 years, yet the left-arm spinner somehow found his name making the final cut. Doshi, like several uncapped players, listed himself at a base price of 20 lakh. Kyle Jamieson (75 lakh), Jhye Richardson (1.50 crore), Steve Smith (2 crore), Aaron Finch (1 crore), Glenn Maxwell (2 crore), Kedar Jadhav (2 crore), Moeen Ali (2 crore), Jason Roy (2 crore), Alex Hales (1.50 crore), and Dawid Malan (1.50 crore) are some of the other prominent names to have made the final cut.The full list of the shortlisted players - split by country - is below:AUSTRALIA Name Age Base Price Rs(In Lakhs) C/U/A Previous IPL Team(s) Aaron Finch 34 100 Capped RR, DD, PWI, SRH, MI, GL, KXIP,RCB Steve Smith 31 200 Capped PWI,RPS,RR Glenn Maxwell 32 200 Capped DD,MI,KXIP Alex Carey 29 150 Capped DC Nathan Coulter-Nile 33 150 Capped DD,KKR,RCB,MI Jhye Richardson 24 150 Capped - Riley Meredith 24 40 Uncapped - Shaun Marsh 37 150 Capped KXIP Ben Cutting 34 75 Capped RR,SRH,MI Moises Henriques 34 100 Capped KKR, DD, SRH, RCB, KXIP Marnus Labuschagne 26 100 Capped - Jason Behrendorff 30 100 Capped MI Billy Stanlake 26 100 Capped RCB,SRH Wesley Agar 24 20 Uncapped - Ben Dwarshuis 26 30 Uncapped KXIP Daniel Christian 37 75 Capped DCH, RCB, RPS, DD Ben Mcdermott 26 50 Capped - Matthew Wade 33 100 Capped DD Sean Abbott 29 50 Capped RCB Josh Inglis 26 20 Uncapped - Nathan Ellis 26 20 Uncapped - Tanveer Sangha 19 20 Uncapped - Max Bryant 22 20 Uncapped - Jake Weatherald 26 20 Uncapped - Chris Green 27 30 Uncapped KKR Brendan Doggett 26 40 Uncapped - Matt Kelly 26 20 Uncapped - Mark Steketee 27 40 Uncapped - Joel Paris 28 50 Capped - Hilton Cartwright 29 75 Capped - James Faulkner 30 75 Capped PWI, KXIP, RR, GL Jack Wildermuth 27 50 Capped - Tim David 25 20 Uncapped - Aaron Hardie 22 20 Uncapped - Nathan McAndrew 27 20 Uncapped - Name Age Base Price(In Lakhs) C/U/A Previous IPL Team(s) Alex Hales 32 150 Capped MI,SRH Jason Roy 30 200 Capped GL,DD,DC Moeen Ali 33 200 Capped RCB Dawid Malan 33 150 Capped   Sam Billings 29 200 Capped DD,CSK Mark Wood 31 200 Capped CSK Adil Rashid 33 150 Capped   Tom Curran 26 150 Capped KKR,RR Liam Livingstone 27 75 Capped RR David Willey 31 150 Capped CSK Ben Duckett 26 50 Capped   Liam Plunkett 36 200 Capped DD Nayan Doshi 42 20 Uncapped   Lewis Gregory 28 150 Capped   Reece Topley 27 50 Capped   George Garton 23 20 Uncapped   Ravi Bopara 35 50 Capped KXIP, SRH NEW ZEALAND Name Age Base Price(In Lakhs) C/U/A Previous IPL Team(s) Glenn Phillips 24 50 Capped   Adam Milne 28 50 Capped RCB,MI Ish Sodhi 28 50 Capped RR Corey Anderson 30 75 Capped MI,DD, RCB Devon Conway 29 50 Capped   Martin Guptill 34 50 Capped MI, KXIP, SRH Kyle Jamieson 26 75 Capped   Mitchell McClenaghan 34 50 Capped MI Finn Allen 21 20 Uncapped   Colin De Grandhomme 34 50 Capped KKR,RCB Matt Henry 29 50 Capped KXIP Tim Southee 32 75 Capped CSK, MI, RR, RCB Scott Kuggeleijn 29 50 Capped CSK James Neesham 30 50 Capped DD,KXIP Neil Wagner 35 50 Capped   Jacob Duffy 26 50 Capped   Blair Tickner 27 50 Capped   Daryl Mitchell 29 50 Capped   Colin Munro 34 50 Capped KKR, DC Josh Clarkson 24 20 Uncapped   SOUTH AFRICA Name Age Base Price(In Lakhs) C/U/A Previous IPL Team(s) Chris Morris 33 75 Capped CSK,RR,DD,DC Rassie Van Der Dussen 32 50 Capped   Wayne Parnell 31 50 Capped PWI,DD Beuran Hendricks 30 50 Capped MI,KXIP Hardus Viljoen 32 50 Capped KXIP Andile Phehlukwayo 25 50 Capped   Daryn Dupavillon 26 50 Capped   Morne Morkel 36 150 Capped RR, DD, KKR George Linde 29 50 Capped   Dwaine Pretorius 32 50 Capped   David Wiese 35 50 Capped RCB Gerald Coetzee 20 20 Uncapped   Marco Jansen 20 20 Uncapped   Jacques Snyman 26 20 Uncapped   Name Age Base Price(In Lakhs) C/U/A Previous IPL Team(s) Kusal Perera 30 50 Capped RR Thisara Perera 32 50 Capped CSK,KTK,MI,SRH,KXIP,RPS Kevin Koththigoda 22 20 Uncapped   Maheesh Theekshan 20 20 Uncapped   Vijayakanth Viyaskanth 19 20 Uncapped   Wanindu Hasaranga 23 50 Capped   Dushmanta Chameera 29 50 Capped RR Dasun Shanaka 29 50 Capped   Isuru Udana 33 50 Capped RCB WEST INDIES Name Age Price(In Lakhs) C/U/A Previous IPL Team(s) Evin Lewis 29 100 Capped MI Sheldon Cottrell 31 100 Capped KXIP Darren Bravo 32 75 Capped KKR Rovman Powell 27 50 Capped KKR Oshane Thomas 24 50 Capped RR Fabian Allen 25 75 Capped SRH Chemar Holder 23 50 Capped   Alzarri Joseph 24 50 Capped MI Obed Mccoy 24 50 Capped   Jon Russ Jaggesar 35 20 Uncapped   Keemo Paul 23 75 Capped DC Fidel Edwards 39 75 Capped DCH Jayden Seales 19 20 Uncapped   Carlos Brathwaite 32 50 Capped DD,SRH,KKR Sherfane Rutherford 22 75 Capped DC,MI Shannon Gabriel 32 50 Capped   Kyle Mayers 28 50 Capped   Romario Shepherd 26 50 Capped   Akeal Hosein 27 50 Capped   BANGLADESH Name Age Base Price(In Lakhs) C/U/A Previous IPL Team(s) Shakib Al Hasan 34 200 Capped KKR,SRH Mustafizur Rahman 25 100 Capped SRH,MI Mohammad Shaifuddin 24 50 Capped   Mohammad Mahmud Ullah 35 75 Capped   Full Name Age Price Rs(In Lakhs) C/U/A Previous IPL Team(s) Qais Ahmad 20 50 Capped - Mujeeb Ur Rahman 20 150 Capped KXIP Naveen Ul Haq 21 50 Capped - Noor Ahmad Lakanwal 16 20 Uncapped - Rahmanullah Gurbaz 19 50 Capped - Karim Janat 22 50 Capped - Fazalhaq Farooqi 20 40 Uncapped - NEPAL Name Age Base Price(In Lakhs) C/U/A Previous IPL Team(s) Sandeep Lamichhane 20 40 Associate DC USA Name Age Base Price(In Lakhs) C/U/A Previous IPL Team(s) Ali Khan 30 40 Associate KKR Name Age Base Price(In Lakhs) C/U/A Previous IPL Team(s) Karthik Meiyappan 20 20 Associate - Follow us on Facebook hereStay connected with us on Twitter hereLike and share our Instagram page here .
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Vijay Hazare Trophy | Shreyas Iyer to lead Mumbai as Siddhesh Lad dropped from squad
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After a poor performance in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, where Mumbai ended at the bottom position in their group, selectors have dropped Siddhesh Lad from the squad while Shreyas Iyer assumed captaincy on return. The selectors have also decided to drop Arjun Tendulkar after a poor SMAT performance.The Salil Ankola-led Mumbai selection committee has announced a 22-member squad for the Vijay Hazare Trophy, which is provisionally set to start from February 20 in the six bio-bubbles created across the country. Siddhesh Lad, who led the Mumbai side in the recently-concluded Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, managed to put together just 27 runs in four games during the tournament with a top-score of 21, at an abysmal average of 6.75. Furthermore, Mumbai losing four games on the bounce has resulted in the selectors showing him the way.Meanwhile, there is an Iyer boost for Mumbai as the India middle-order batsman recovered from injury and will look at the Vijay Hazare Trophy as a possible ground to make a comeback to full fitness and match mode ahead of India's series against England. He will lead the side with Prithvi Shaw being appointed as his deputy.While there is no place for Arjun Tendulkar, who made his senior Mumbai debut in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, Chinmay Sutar, who scored a hundred for India under-23 against Hong Kong in the 2019 ACC Emerging Teams Asia Cup in Bangladesh, has been included in the squad.Mumbai have been clubbed with Delhi, Maharashtra, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Pondicherry in the Group D and they will travel to Jaipur for the league games under the guidance of newly-appointed coach Ramesh Pawar who replaced Amit Phagnis as the coach.  Mumbai squad:Shreyas Iyer (Captain), Prithvi Shaw (Vice-Captain), Yashaswi Jaiswal, Akhil Herwadkar, Suryakumar Yadav, Sarfaraz Khan. Chinmay Sutar, Aditya Tare, Hardik Tamore, Shivam Dube, Aakash Parkar, Atif Attarwala, Shams Mulani, Atharva Ankolekar, Sairaj Patil, Sujit Nayak, Tanush Kotian, Prashant Solanki, Dhaval Kulkarni, Tushar Deshpande, Siddharth Raut, Mohit Awasthi.Follow us on Facebook hereStay connected with us on Twitter hereLike and share our Instagram page here .
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Overreaction Monday ft. Pant’s nervous nineties, Sachin Jr. in IPL and the Chepauk curator
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Day 4 of the India-England Test going on has meant that Monday has become a bearable day but, let’s be honest, the first day of the week always tends to suck, doesn’t it? We’ve tried to get over the blues by delving into some rather interesting mob opinion, including why Pant is not doing enough.Steve Smith bags the Allan Border Medal for the third time On Saturday, Steve Smith was declared the winner of the Allan Border Medal for the 2020-2021 season, with him pipping Pat Cummins by 12 votes. SC Take: Steve Smith winning the Allan Border Medal - i.e. being crowned the best player in Australia - seems equivalent to water being wet etc. but while this might have held true any other year, this year, however, it can’t be disputed that Pat Cummins was robbed of the award. Smith won the ‘ODI cricketer of the year’ award and that’s OK. He was exceptional right from the start of 2020 and capped it off with those twin 60-ball tons versus India. He deserved it. But to win the Allan Border Medal? Over Cummins? Ridiculous. 68% of all runs he scored in the voting period came in the SCG Test alone, and, barring that, he made no meaningful contributions in the longer format. What Cummins did in ODIs in the voting period - 15 wickets in 11 games - was far greater than what Smith managed to do in whites. But the real issue is why even bother awarding the AB Medal in a year where just four Tests were played? The disparity in the number of games played - ODIs and Tests - always meant that the player who dominated in limited-overs was going to be given precedence. In a year where just four Tests were played, the AB Medal is nothing but a mere extension of the “ODI cricketer of the year” award. Little surprise that Smith ended up winning both. The pre-IPL-auction shenanigansLeaks from player registrations for IPL 2021 auction have emerged and well, unsurprisingly, people have lost their mind - already.SC Take: There are times in the year when even the sanest of men turn into absolute maniacs and the fortnight prior to the IPL auction is one such phase. A couple of days ago, the list of players who have registered for the forthcoming auction emerged and people have started losing their mind already. There have been quite a few interesting opinions, so let's traverse through them. The first is the ‘common man’ on Twitter and Facebook being outraged over Arjun Tendulkar enrolling his name in the auction. You know, ‘nepotism bad noooooo’ and all that. It is truly absurd that people will not even let that poor lad register his name in the auction with peace - and that too for just 20 lakh. Gosh. He obviously is now officially a domestic cricketer (having played in SMAT) and he has EVERY RIGHT to enrol his name in the auction, like any other cricketer. When THIS guy has played in the IPL, is it a crime if Arjun - a proper professional cricketer - registers his name? Duh.Secondly, we have the annual meltdown over ‘base prices’. Kedar Jadhav has set his base price at 2 crore, and many cannot digest it. But really, why would he lower their price though? He is an IPL veteran and regardless of how bad he fared last year, he ‘could’ be an asset at INR 2 crore for any other side. He was on 8.40 crore for years, so obviously he’s going to look at earning at least 2 crore. And lastly, we have the Sreesanth discourse. Here it is two extremes - one lot which thinks he will invite no bidders and the other, which feels he’ll be a red-hot property. Unfortunately, things are not that ‘black and white’ in cricket - more so in life - so yeah, don’t be surprised if he’s just picked up for his base price or something. Rishabh Pant - how dare you score only 90?Rishabh Pant, on Sunday, was dismissed in the 90s yet again, but the cricketing fraternity is upset that he is not doing more.SC Take: Look, you can understand why this criticism exists in the first place. People are well aware of Pant’s batting talent so they think that he has it in him to score 150s and 200s. And this viewpoint is fine. But it is important to understand that he is, at the end of the day, a wicket-keeper batsman. He is not a specialist batsman. We need to tone down our expectations. The fact is that wicket-keepers, no matter how talented they are with the bat, should not be expected to be prolific. They should not be put under pressure to become run-machines.An impact is what they’re supposed to create and Pant is doing a job and a half right now. Even the greatest wicket-keeper batsman of all time, Adam Gilchrist, posted just three 150+ scores in his 96-Test career, and a remarkably talented batsman like Rizwan brought up his maiden Test ton only yesterday. Quinton de Kock has only 5 tons in Tests and no scores over 130. The fact that Pant is averaging 45 in Tests in itself is outrageous and we should be content with his returns. Why Pant is bearing the brunt is because of the ineptness of India’s #3 and #5 to score big. Pujara has not brought up three-figures at home in his last 13 innings and Rahane has only ever scored 90 or more at home 4 times (in 43 innings), which is remarkably just once more than Pant. Chastise them for not doing their job, not Pant for over-delivering. Fire the Chepauk curatorFans want the curator for the first Test between India and England to be fired because he prepared the worst pitch to have ever existed. SC Take: There is this dialogue from a Tamil film which goes, “Unaku vandha ratham, enaku vandha thakkali chutney ah?”. Translating it wouldn’t make sense but it basically refers to double standards. The aforementioned dialogue would hold true right now, to the Indian fans berating the curator. Y’all are just showcasing your double-standards.The fact is that every Indian pitch over the last four years has exactly been like this Chennai wicket, if not even flatter. In 2019 vs South Africa, India posted first innings scores of 502, 601 and 497. South Africa even responded with 431 in one of those games. I wonder why there were no complaints back then. Because India won, eh? Indian fans, you understandably have been taken aback by an opposition batting for 190 overs, but just because India did not win the toss and bat first - like they usually do - does not mean you blame the poor curator - for producing a proper Indian wicket. Instead, blame Virat for not winning the toss. Follow us on Facebook hereStay connected with us on Twitter hereLike and share our Instagram page here .
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Reports | Maxwell, Smith, Harbhajan and Jadhav among 11 players with INR 2 crore base price
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A total of 11 players are believed to have set their base price at 2 crore for the forthcoming IPL auction, with Glenn Maxwell, Steve Smith, Harbhajan Singh and Kedar Jadhav said to be 4 of the aforementioned 11. Mitchell Starc and Joe Root, however, have not enrolled their names in the auction.The Indian Premier League (IPL), earlier today, announced that a total of 1097 players had registered for the auction of the 2021 edition of the tournament to take place on February 18, with 283 of those 1097 being overseas players. West Indies with 56, it was revealed, had the most number of entrants, with Australia (42) and South Africa (38) coming second and third respectively. The full list of players who have registered themselves for the auction is yet to be made public, but ESPN Cricinfo have reported that a total of 11 players have set their base price at INR 2 crore - the maximum limit. These 11 players who have set their base price at INR 2 crore are believed to be Glenn Maxwell, Steve Smith, Harbhajan Singh, Kedar Jadhav, Jason Roy and Moeen Ali, all of whom were released by their respective franchises a fortnight ago, and Shakib Al Hasan, Liam Plunkett, Mark Wood, Colin Ingram and Sam Billings, none of whom had an IPL contract last season. Meanwhile, as reported by Cricbuzz, there are also other interesting entrants in the form of S Sreesanth, Arjun Tendulkar and Cheteshwar Pujara. Arjun, who represented Mumbai in the recently-concluded Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, is believed to have set his base price as 20 lakh, while Pujara and Sreesanth are said to have opted for 50 lakh and 75 lakh respectively. Hanuma Vihari, who had a gig with Delhi Capitals two seasons ago, is also said to have thrown his name in the hat, setting a base price of INR 1 crore. While all these players, should they get shortlisted, will go under the hammer, there will be two big names who will not be available for purchase. Australia’s premier fast-bowler Mitchell Starc and England Test skipper Joe Root are said to have opted out of the auction. James Pattinson, according to ESPN Cricinfo, is also believed to have pulled out in order to take a break. Follow us on Facebook hereStay connected with us on Twitter hereLike and share our Instagram page here .
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