10. Ashton Agar

Ashton Agar has been groomed in Australia’s white-ball cricket. The cricketer now has very much become a regular member of the ODI squad and also often dwells himself in T20Is during the away tours. The extensive set of opportunities in 2021 has also improved his T20I record as from his 39 T20Is, Agar has scalped 42 wickets.

9. Chamika Karunaratne

Sri Lanka has been receiving many multi-talented cricketers. The likes of Wanindu Hasaranga, who can strongly perform both the skills, are also being rewarded by the IPL teams. On that note, someone like Chamika Karunaratne can also a contract as he is a handy bowling all-rounder.

8. Matt Parkinson

Matt Parkinson had emerged out as a sensation that was even well lauded by the legendary Shane Warne. His natural ability to turn the ball and drift is conventionally different from many T20 leg-spinners.

7. Andre Fletcher

The 33-year old overall in his T20 career has played 233 games, scoring a total of 5453 runs at an average of 26.47. Though playing spin seems to be one of his weak links, the batter still likes taking them to cleaners. Perhaps the IPL teams that adore having attacking batters at the top can easily fetch Fletcher’s services.

6. Joe Root

Joe Root definitely will have a strong chance of getting picked. As some of the few IPL teams will be exploring their captaincy options, the England red-ball captain might easily fit their bill. Though the cricketer doesn’t anymore play the T20Is, his overall record so far is highly impressive.

5. Roston Chase

Very early in his international career, Roston Chase was only perceived as a Test match cricketer. Since the tall all-rounder had a strong defence, many conceived him as someone who will highly struggle in white-ball cricket. However, from 2019 onwards, Chase has been strongly establishing himself into limited-overs proceedings.

4. Rassie van der Dussen

Rassie van der Dussen was all set to play in the biggest cash-rich league. The cricketer was handed a deal by the RR franchise to replace injured Ben Stokes but the CSA never granted any permission. However, in the upcoming mega auction, it will be no surprise if the 32-year old grabs a fat paycheck.

3. Avishka Fernando

With regards to his T20 career, the 23-year old has played a total of 67 games and has scored 1531 runs at an average of around 25. Additionally, the batter is also known for scoring big in Sri Lanka’s domestic white-ball competitions along with having a strong knack for performing against the non-Asian nations in his U-19 days.

2. Reeza Hendricks

In terms of his T20I record, Hendricks from his 37 appearances has scored 1032 runs at a fine average of just under 30 for SA. Also as a T20 freelancer, the batter has crisply amassed 4195 runs from his 148 T20 games at a healthy average of over 35.

1. Devon Conway

From his 107 appearances across the globe, Conway has smashed 3582 runs at an incredible average of 44.22. Also in terms of the fifties and centuries, the left-handed batter has amassed 27 fifty-plus scores and 2 centuries. Such numbers are certainly very credible to bag him an IPL contract in the world’s toughest T20 league.