5. James Vince (Base price- INR 2 Cr)

Well, the year 2021 for James Vince was nothing short of euphoric. The Hampshire batter not only exhibited the best form of his life but also won the inaugural Hundred competition. Even for England, Vince scored a match-winning century against Pakistan in ODIs. However, despite his consistent brilliance, Vince’s base price for IPL 2022 looks inflated.

4. Colin Munro (Base price- INR 1.5 Cr)

For Colin Munro, the IPL hasn’t been any blissful in recent times. Since IPL 2019, the NZ cricketer has got omitted by many franchises. However, amidst this new dawn, Munro has again registered himself for INR 1.5 Crore. Unfortunately, even such a fee looks overwhelming for the southpaw.

3. Ashton Agar (Base price- INR 2 Cr)

As a cricketer, Ashton Agar can bat anywhere along with his bowling skills. For Perth Scorchers, Agar is also their fourth-highest wicket-taker. But to bag the IPL 2022 pass, the southpaw has expensively priced himself in the mega auction.

2. Marchant de Lange (Base price- INR 2 Cr)

As an active T20 freelancer, Marchant de Lange is known for his express pace. Though at present the spearhead fails to constantly touch 90mph, still his bounce and variations scalp him adequate wickets. But sadly for entering IPL 2022, De Lange has kept his base price quite costly.

1. Craig Overton (Base price – INR 2 Cr)

Craig Overton as a proposition offers you both bowling and batting skills. The 27-year old had also recently made his white-ball debut for England in 2021. As a bowling all-rounder, Overton can establish himself at the number 8 position. However, his base price to enter IPL 2022 looks overly aspirational.