Dhawan might surely be missed by Delhi at the top-of-the-order during the initial stages of 2020 IPL.
While teams have stalwarts to boast of, they also need to take care of players, who could end up faltering.
Batsmen win you matches, bowlers give you tournaments.
These players might turn out to be the difference in a positive or negative way for their respective teams.
Shaw returned from suspension in the second half of 2019 and piled up a mountain of runs for Mumbai.
Few teams will have to take a tough call in terms of deciding their openers ahead of the next season.
Ravichandran Ashwin will be plying his trade for the Delhi Capitals (DC) in the upcoming season of the IPL.
It is a well-known fact that the franchises are quite short of patience due to which they sometimes release players who fail to perform for their side.
Delhi has struggled with their middle-order in the past with the likes of Colin Ingram failing to produce consistent performances.
Pat Cummins, Glenn Maxwell and Chris Morris emerged as the biggest winners of the auction as the trio fetched a deal of 10 Crores or more.