5. Jhye Richardson

Jhye Richardson is a right-arm fast bowler who could swing the ball at consistent speeds of over 140kmph. He had a successful campaign in the Big Bash League season-10 in which he bowled in 17 matches and took 29 wickets with an economy of 7.69.

4. Manish Pandey

Manish Pandey, a well-known face in the Indian Premier League, will not be retained most probably by the Sunrisers Hyderabad franchise for the upcoming seasons. He has been playing this league since 2008 and he was the first Indian to hit a century in the IPL.

3. Kyle Jamieson

Being his debut season in the most-watched cricket league with his burden of heavy price-tag, he was not able to perform worth his penny. In nine matches, he took just nine wickets with an expensive economy of 9.60.

2. Dinesh Karthik

In 2021, he played 17 matches and hit 223 runs with a low average of 22.30. He has not always been a star player for a franchise and due to his deteriorating performances, he might not be auctioned for a price as his previous one.

1. Chris Morris

Chris Morris, the most expensive player in the history of IPL, represented Rajasthan Royals in 2021. He was purchased for an immoderate price of INR 16.25 crores in the auction of the 14th IPL season. He was thought to be overpriced for his performance.