It is the dream of each aspiring Indian cricketer to be the part of the Men In Blue team which is dominating in the international cricket with outstanding performance in every aspect of the game.
And the shortest road which can lead the talented cricketers to the Indian team is IPL.
You perform in IPL give outstanding performances and attract the selectors and can get the chance to be selected in Indian squad.
Here are the some of the talented Indian Uncapped players who can perform good in this IPL and can make this IPL the road to Indian team.
The young right handed wicket keeper batsman from Kerala hogged the limelight in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy game against Mumbai by smashing unbeaten 137 in just 36 deliveries with 9 fours and 11 sixes and also scored 214 runs in just 5 games with an average of 53.50 . He is also called ‘Junior Azhar’ by his teammates and can prove big asset for his IPL franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore which shown interest in him in IPL auction and purchased him on his base price 20 Lakhs.
2. Shahrukh Khan
The pinch hitter batsman and finisher from Tamil Nadu performed well in Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy and Vijay Hazare Trophy for his team Tamil Nadu in crucial games.
The IPl auction also proved a lottery for him in which Punjab Kings purchased him in 5.25 crores despite his base price was just 20 Lakh.
3 . K.S. Bharat
The young right handed wicket keeper batsman from Andhra Pradesh who also received reserved wicket keeper batsman for Indian team in many tours is all set to perform in IPL for his franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore which shown interest in him and purchased him in 20 Lakh. He came in limelight when he scored a triple century and became the first wicketkeeper to score triple century in Ranji Trophy in 2015.
4. Arjun Tendulkar
The left arm fast bowler and left handed batsman or an all-round package from Mumbai is also playing this IPL from his favourite franchise Mumbai Indians which bid on him in 20 Lakh . As he his left arm fast bowler who are rare in India currently has the advantage to take wickets and to attract the selectors.