The IPL 2019 will be more interesting since all the foreign cricket boards are thinking of resting crucial players for the upcoming world cup season. The cricket boards of England and Australia already restricted crucial players from playing this year. But New Zealand provided permission for the players to participate in this IPL. Indian cricket board also planned to rest Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah for part of the IPL to avoid untimely injuries and provide them a break before World cup. Here are three of the pacers who can make a big deal from it.
Mohammed Shami played a decent cricket after the IPL and picked some good wickets against England and West Indies. He might make the most of his performance this IPL though he could not do well for Delhi Daredevils in IPL 2018. All were surprised that the franchise released him despite his good performances but he might get a good amount in the upcoming auctions though his economy rate was above nine and average was above 51 off past 35 matches since he is a man with X-factor.
He was the costliest buy in IPL 2018 from Indian players for Rajasthan Royals. The franchise released him this year in a thought of buying him back for a lesser amount. Though he is not a specialist for IPL, he picked 67 scalps off 62 games and his economy rate was 8.4. His left-arm style is an additional asset that woos many franchises who need a consistent pacer.
Surprisingly, this experienced pacer was released by the KXIP franchise. He played 84 matches and he was one of the best pacers from India in the T20I and ODI formats. He was a regular bowler in the ODIs till 2015 and was a part of World cup team as well as the CSK franchise. His average was 26.64 and his economy rate was 8.4. His record might allure many franchises in this season.