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IPL 2022 Auction: Mumbai Indians are eyeing these legendary players

 IPL 2022 Auction: Mumbai Indians are eyeing these legendary players, have the power to beat any team, know about them


The highlight could be the chance to pick three cricketers each. Older teams will have the option to retain. New teams can get this opportunity.

IPL 2022 Auction: The team of Mumbai Indians could not make it to the top 4 in IPL 2021.


Explosive batsmen like Kieron Pollard, Hardik Pandya and Krunal Pandya did not work. In 2022, there will be a match between eight not 10 teams. The eyes of all the teams are on the big player.


The upcoming season of IPL will have 10 teams after RP-SG and CVC buy the Lucknow and Ahmedabad franchises respectively. It will have a big auction in December this year, in which a lot of teams will reorganize their core team looking into the future. Hardik may be left out of the 'core' players of Mumbai's most successful team of the 14th season of IPL. He has been playing as a specialist batsman for some time now.

After finishing fifth at the end of the league stage, Mumbai Indians failed to reach the playoffs in IPL 2021. If there is no RTM then four players may be allowed to retain. Rohit Sharma and India pacer Jasprit Bumrah will be his first choices. Kieron Pollard will be the team's third choice. If four players are retained or there is an RTM, then Suryakumar Yadav and Ishan Kishan will be the big contenders for that spot.

Ben Stokes:


Ben Stokes: Mumbai Indians will be eyeing England's legendary all-rounder Ben Stokes. He will strengthen the middle order and can play the role of the sixth bowler in the team. Stokes was ruled out of IPL 2021 due to a finger injury after playing only one match for Rajasthan Royals. He is all set to return for England in the upcoming Ashes series and is most likely to be available for the next edition of the IPL.

Lockie Ferguson:


Lockie Ferguson: New Zealand fast bowler Lockie Ferguson impressed everyone with his pace and bounce on the slow UAE pitch. In the absence of Pat Cummins, Ferguson took the new ball for KKR and gave excellent returns. There is a lot of cricket to be played this year. We have very limited overs to go into the IPL. 8 He took 13 wickets at an average of 17.23.

Marcus Stoinis:


Marcus Stoinis: Mumbai are eyeing Australian all-rounder Marcus Stoinis. Mumbai Indians is a team that likes to have an all-rounder. The Australian cricketer has improved a lot in terms of his finishing skills.


If Mumbai Indians decide to include the Australian all-rounder in the squad, it will not be a bad bet. Stoinis played a key role with bat and ball in the 2020 edition for Delhi Capitals. However, he could not repeat a similar performance in the 2021 edition of the tournament. In 10 matches, he could score only 89 runs at an average of 22.25.

Hardik Pandya:


Hardik Pandya: All-rounder Hardik Pandya is likely to be sent back to the IPL auction pool by Mumbai Indians as the five-time champions have more or less made a list of players they will retain in the 2022 season. The chances of Hardik remaining in the team are less than 10 per cent.


This decision regarding Hardik is completely based on cricket, as he is no longer an all-rounder like before. Hardik used to bowl fast at 130 kmph earlier but after his return from injury, he is not doing so.

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