5. Andrew Tye

Over the years Andrew Tye has been one of the well-known faces in the Australian domestic circuit. Although he has been a regular member of the limited-overs side, his economy has been average. But, most of the franchises in the IPL overlook the most important factor: the ability to take wickets.

4. Amit Mishra

Unfortunately, Amit Mishra found no bidders in the auction. This was purely because of his age. But, given the fact that CSK has MS Dhoni, other teams could have opted for Mishra, given the fact that Dhoni is well over 40 and still produces magic on the field. Mishra has picked 166 wickets in 154 IPL games. Adding on, he has an impressive economy rate of 7.35 as well.

3. Adil Rashid

Rashid has played just a solitary IPL game. It was a poor outing for him as he went for runs. In three overs, he conceded 35 runs without picking any wicket. But, his T20I bowling figures are outstanding. In 73 T20I games, he has picked 81 wickets with an economy rate of 7.26. Adding on, he has the best bowling figure of 4/2.

2. Tabraiz Shamsi

Given the fact that he has provided breakthroughs during a crucial time, Shamsi is a match-winner in every case. For teams that lack a proper spinner, Shamsi could have been a perfect addition to the side. With 57 wickets to his name in 47 T20I games, he has been effective in the format. Adding on, he is Bavuma’s go-to man as well in the shorter format.

1. Adam Zampa

Adam Zampa’s bowling action is similar to that of the great Shane Warne and his stature in the current Australian team is almost the same as that of Warne. Currently, Zampa is ranked fourth in the bowlers’ list in T20Is, and still, he went unsold. This year, he was an important contributor to Australia in the World Cup.