5 Uncapped players who can lead IPL franchises if given a chance
Many uncapped players have been able to earn a lot prominence in the IPL.
Updated - Sep 28, 2019 12:10 pm
The Indian Premier League every year brings a bundle of opportunities for the young cricketing talents around the globe. Ever since its inception, the tournament has brought a kind of revolution in the domestic circuit. The league has made it easier for the prodigies to earn fame and limelight with the help of their flair and aptitude. One of the best examples of this is the current Indian bowling sensation Jasprit Bumrah, who was initially nurtured by the Mumbai Indians management and has eventually went on to become the spine of the Indian team.
The league has now started giving platforms to the players and has made the path to success a lot more uncomplicated. Processes like the Mega Auction and Trade Window also make sure that the players get a deserving amount of money for their adroitness. One of the main reasons behind the fame of players like Rishab Pant, Ishan Kishan and Shubman Gill has been the IPL itself.
Many uncapped players have also been able to earn a lot prominence because of the league and are on the verge of leading their IPL franchise even though they are yet to make their debut for India.
Here, we’ll have a look at some uncapped players who might go on to lead their respective IPL team in future
1. Ishan Kishan – Mumbai Indians
Ishan Kishan is one of the hottest properties going around in the Indian domestic circuit, at the moment. The lad has earned an enormous amount of fame with the help of his terrific batting and is just a few steps away from making his international debut for India. He is currently the captain of his home side Jharkhand in the Ranji Trophy.
In the Indian Premier League, the 21-year-old currently plays for the Mumbai Indians and is one of the most integral parts of the team. In the 18 innings he has played for the team, the Southpaw has scored a total of 376 runs at an impressive strike rate of 132.39.
The franchise, at this moment, is being successfully led by Rohit Sharma, however, in future, we might be able to see the Patna-born shouldering the mantle of the IPL side as he has an experience of leading India at the U19 stage.