5. Dewald Brevis

In IPL 2022, MI barely took time to unveil this youngster. In their third game against KKR, Brevis debuted at number three, as the youngster played 7 games for MI in total. Performance-wise, Brevis scored 161 runs at a thrilling strike rate of 142.47. Also comprehensively, Mumbai’s opening pair had an appalling IPL 2022. Only once did the duo of Ishan and Rohit register a fifty-plus partnership in the season. That’s why maybe this overseas player’s promotion would be an exciting prospect.

4. Sanjay Yadav

Also as a hard-hitting batter, Sanjay was assumed to dwell himself in the lower-middle order. However, the IPL 2022 just rewarded the cricketer with a single debut game. Overall, even before joining MI, Sanjay has been part of other teams like KKR and SRH. Hopefully, in IPL 2023, this all-rounder gets immensely rewarded in the MI team.

3. Ramandeep Singh

Overall, if Ramandeep has a lot to offer as an all-rounder, then MI should have played him at least 8-9 games. Certainly, that kind of prolonged exposure would have also brought a significant improvement in the cricketer’s skills. Nonetheless, the IPL 2023 should reward him with more games in comparison to IPL 2022.

2. Mayank Markande

In his two appearances, Mayank picked just a single wicket. But the spinner, before IPL 2022, was in red-hot form. Nevertheless, Markande could have been explored particularly when M Ashwin was benched. Maybe the 24-year-old could have exhibited similar performances as he did in IPL 2018. But startlingly Markande was completely underutilized by the blue and gold army.

1. Tim David

Overall, this powerful batter surely had a profusion to offer in IPL 2022. But unexpectedly, the MI think tank failed to unleash David’s full batting potential. Nevertheless, in IPL 2023, David hopefully will play a prominent role to restore MI’s normal winning services