in India Corona virus Last year, the Indian Premier League (IPL) was held in the UAE due to the increasing cases, but this year BCCI President Sourav Ganguly wants the tournament to be held in India. India has just proved that by organizing the Syed Mushtaq Ali tournament successfully, it can also organize big tournaments in the Corona era. It is scheduled to be auctioned next month before IPL 2021 begins. It will be held in Chennai on 18 February. Before the auction, former Indian cricketer Aakash Chopra has named the five players who, according to him, can get the most money this year.
He took the first name of Australian fast bowler Mitchell Starc. According to Akash, Stark is expected to buy IPL teams for 15–19 crore in the IPL auction this year. He placed a bet on Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell in his second name. He said that while he may not have done anything special with the bat in the tournament last year, IPL franchises can place a good bet on him given his current form.
Akash named England’s David Malan as the third most expensive player in the IPL auction. Malan also has a few centuries in T20 cricket. Akash named Muzib ur Rehman of Afghanistan and Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh as the fourth and fifth players respectively. Mujib, apart from his national team, continues to play in T20 leagues around the world, while talking about Shakib, he has entered international cricket after a year’s ban. During this period, his comeback was great and he played a key role in the team winning the ODI series against the West Indies.