5. Adam Zampa

Zampa can be a match-winner in turning conditions and he has got a good googly as well. He will be the perfect fit for an overseas spinner in the side and the franchises will definitely be eyeing him as a replacement. Zampa had a decent season for the Melbourne Stars in the recently concluded BBL, picking up 10 wickets in 10 games.

4. Andrew Tye

Tye had an outstanding BBL season recently where he ended as the third-highest wicket-taker with 25 wickets in 16 games at an average of 16.96. He was with the Rajasthan Royals in the previous IPL edition and will definitely be looked in as a replacement for the upcoming edition of IPL.

3. Amit Mishra

Leg spinners have always been in demand in IPL and the 39-year-old is likely to get a lot of franchises interested if he is available as a replacement. He can change the game very quickly on its head and is a handy batter down the order as well. He has done really well for India whenever he has been presented with an opportunity and deserves to come in as a replacement signing.

2. S Sreesanth

The 39-year-old has immense potential when it comes to hitting the tough lengths and has got a deadly outswinger as well. It is difficult to stop him when he is on a song, and he has picked up 40 wickets in 44 IPL games at an average of 29.9. Franchises will definitely consider getting him as a replacement due to his wicket-taking abilities.

1. Ishant Sharma

Ishant has so far picked up 72 wickets in 93 IPL games at an economy rate of 8.11 at an average of 37.5. The Delhi lad could be very effective with the new ball and has the ability to keep hitting the right lengths. Some franchises who will be eyeing experience in their bowling department will definitely go for Ishant as a replacement signing.