The Best XI Of Uncapped Indians Players In IPL 2020: This year’s IPL has been a year for youngsters who have left an extremely impressive mark and is still hell-bent to tip the scales of the tournament with their own young and wild brand of cricket.
They have swayed left and right and fearlessly took on the best athletes of the sport, carving an empire of their own.
We will be looking at a team of eleven players who are still uncapped but has made a resolute statement in IPL 2020.
Devdutt Padikkal and Ishan Kishan
The Bangalore opener has been an extremely dominant figure throughout the fray and has proven himself to be an absolute sensation throughout. He has been extremely aggressive and pretty elegant throughout the fray. He has managed to garner 422 runs from 13 games at a fine average of 32.46, striking at a breezy pace of 127.10.
Ishan Kishan started late in the tournament but in the very game that he made a footfall in IPL 2020, he blasted a blistering 99, announcing his arrival. Post this knock he never turned around and continued with the latest found momentum, destroying bowlers at will. He managed to garner 395 runs from 11 games.
Ruturaj Gaikwad, Suryakumar Yadav, Nitish Rana, Rahul Tewatia, Rahul Tripathi
Gaikwad had an extremely rocky start to the fray after testing positive right after his arrival. He didn’t get many chances in IPL 2020 as the CSK management was not willing to provide an opportunity to the youngster. However, once be got the chance the opportunity he has already amassed 204 runs from 6 games that saw him striking the ball very hard.
Suryakumar Yadav has been savoring a very rich vein of form in this ongoing edition of the tournament, with his inspiring knock ushering Mumbai to glory against Royal Challengers Bangalore. Yadav has so far scored 374 runs from 13 games.
Nitish Rana has had a start-stop IPL 2020 so far and has been extraordinary on occasions and woeful in patches. However, his recent form will be motivating the KKR supporters to root for him as his brilliant knocks against Delhi Capitals and Chennai Super Kings were indeed resonating. He has so far gathered 352 runs from 14 games at a strike rate of 139.
Rahul Tripathi did get off to a wondrous start and then went into limbo so vast that KKR was already staring at alternatives. However, he did manage to fight back and his knocks in the last few winnings will instill hope in the fans and audience. He has managed to score 230 runs from 11 matches.
Rahul Tewatia has been in subliminal form and has appeared as a surprise package for this year’s tournament. He has ruled the roost in stunning fashion and has impressed both with the bat and the ball. He has so far amassed 255 runs from 14 games in IPL 2020 and has bowled impressively.
Varun Chakravarthy, Rahul Chahar, Shivam Mavi, T Natarajan
Varun Chakravarthy has come up as the surprising package and has left big batsmen of the game dazed and confused. He has spun the ball both ways and has impressed with a variation of pace. He has managed to scalp 17 wickets from 13 games at an extremely miserly economy rate of 6.84. He also picked up the first fiver of IPL 2020.
Rahul Chahar has re-invented himself with new additions to his arsenal which he has used explicitly to fox batsmen. He has turned the ball by a good deal and used the skitters and googlies brilliantly. He has so far managed to claim 15 wickets from 13 matches in IPL 2020.
Shivam Mavi has come a long way since his first IPL and has impressed with some fiery fast bowling. He now regularly kisses figures of 145 plus clicks and has also honed his line and length. Though he didn’t get as many opportunities as he would have, from the 8 games that he has played, he has managed 9 wickets. An impressive figure to say the least.
Natarajan has been a yorker specialist and has raked up the highest number of yorkers in the death overs. He is clinical with his line and length and has maintained very tight bowling figures that read an economy rate of 7.88. He has managed to claim 14 wickets so far from 13 games.
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