5. Obed McCoy
Obed McCoy, a tall left-arm fast bowler from the West Indies, will be an unknown commodity when he enters the auctions. He is a tailor-made bowler for the shortest format in the game. In 13 T20Is, he has picked up 19 wickets at an outstanding average of 16.84.
4. Mustafizur Rahman
The Bangladeshi left-arm bowler is no stranger to the IPL’s challenges. Despite the fact that he’s not at his lethal best, he is still a formidable opponent when the surface has some grip. In the absence of Jofra Archer, he enjoyed a successful tenure with the Rajasthan Royals as their primary death bowler.
3. Sam Curran
In IPL 2020, he took 13 wickets for CSK at an amazing economy rate of 8.19. He was also a capable batsman, saving CSK from several collapses. He scored 186 runs with an impressive strike rate of 131.17. However, he struggled in the 2021 season, leaking runs at a 9.93 economy rate.
2. T. Natarajan
Natarajan played for the Sunrisers in IPL 2020 and picked up 16 wickets from 16 matches at an impressive economy of 8.02. His ability to execute Yorkers at will impressed everyone. A spectacular moment of his career was when he dismissed AB de Villiers with a scorching Yorker and derailed RCB’s innings in the Eliminator.
1. Trent Boult
Boult offers left-arm fast bowling with good control and accuracy. Often regarded as a powerplay specialist, he becomes extremely lethal if there’s some swing on offer. In recent years, he has made significant progress as a death bowler. He can execute Yorkers and slower ones with command, which will be extremely beneficial to any IPL franchise.