IPL 2016: Top 5 Hot Buys for This Year's Season

Here are some of the probable top hot buys for this year's IPL auction.

Yuvraj Singh:

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To say Yuvraj Singh is an IPL veteran would be putting it mildly. He has played for four teams, (Kings XI Punjab, Pune Warriors India, Royal Challengers Bangalore and Delhi Daredevils) played 98 matches and scored 2099 runs. He even has 35 wickets to his credit. He was the costliest player amid IPL 8 when Delhi Daredevil purchased him for a record Rs 16 crore, before dumping him in a year. Presently, among the eight marquee players, Yuvraj he is good to go for perhaps his fifth team and will without a doubt be much looked for in the wake of, having made his worldwide return. Who knows, we might witness another offering war!

Base Bid: Rs 2,00,00,000

Martin Guptill: 


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 There are a few beguiling things about the IPL — gaudy outfits being only one.

Be that as it may, one secret that tops everything is the reason a player like Martin Guptill hasn't played IPL yet. Guptill had a splendid 2015 and a phenomenal running in the World Cup where he turned into the primary New Zealand player to score a double century. With two new teams and the Kiwi expanding on his last year's form to gather 252 keeps running from five T20s this year at an average of 63 and strike rate of 181.29 (notwithstanding his fabulous run in ODIS), this could be the year we at long last see Guptill in the IPL.

Base Bid: Rs 50,00,000

Kevin Pietersen: 

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Kevin Pietersen has had a long-standing association with the IPL. When he made his debut in 2009, the English player was the costliest buy, playing for the Royal Challengers Bangalore. In 2015, when England said that he wasn't a piece of their arrangements, he set out toward the IPL. Presently all the more an independent T20 player, Pietersen has been making happy in Caribbean Premiere League and Big Bash League. Truth be told, Pietersen was extraordinary for Melbourne Stars in the most recent version of BBL, completing as the third most noteworthy run-getter. With no worldwide commitments, he will be accessible for the full release and establishments are certain to battle it out to have the talisman in their group.

Base Bid: Rs 2,00,00,000

Dale Steyn: 


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At the point when a quick bowler like Dale Steyn is in the bartering line-up, variables such as age, structure, consistency don't make a difference. Having a threatening global pacer who can rundown, hit the deck hard and scowl at the batsmen for his distributed four overs is an offer few IPL groups, new or old, can scarcely cannot. Add to that Steyn's accomplishment in the IPL with 92 wickets and his turnaround for Sunrisers Hyderabad, the interest for the marquee player may make the off-field closeout as energizing his knocking down some pins.

Base Bid: 1,50,00,000

Shane Watson: 

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Another IPL veteran, who has been a devoted Royal for previous championships Rajasthan Royals, ended up in the IPL barters after his team was suspended and the establishments, particularly the debutants, will take a gander at this as a chance to have a player of his expertise and experience on board. Watson is likewise supported by his better than average Big Bash League exhibitions where he was the second most elevated run-getter for Sydney Thunder.

Base Bid: Rs 2,00,00,000


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