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5 Overseas Players Who Can Get an IPL Contract in 2023

Transcontinental Times present a curated list of the new players who can possibly debut in IPL2023

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Russell Chattaraj
Russell Chattaraj
Mechanical engineering graduate, writes about science, technology and sports, teaching physics and mathematics, also played cricket professionally and passionate about bodybuilding.

INDIA: Twenty20 (T20) cricket has gone from being a light-hearted sideshow to a money-spinning, central stage of the sport’s global calendar in a very short time span.

This year, T20 tournaments have showcased a lot of new and talented players from different regions of the world who can possibly land an IPL contract.

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Transcontinental Times present a curated list of the new overseas players who can possibly debut in IPL2023:

Cameron Green

A seam bowling all-rounder, that’s it. The all-rounder word is almost what the T20 world is looking for, and Green has to offer a lot from both bat and bowl.

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Green is an Australian player who made his debut in international cricket just a couple of years ago (2020). His T20I Stats, as of now, are not lucrative since he has played only 8 T20I till now. But he is a high-caliber player and very young (23), which makes him an excellent long-term investment for IPL teams.

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Rilee Rossouw

South Africa lost to the Netherlands and was out of the WC T20 tournament. But, speaking of Rossouw, the left-handed batsman looked in good touch. A century in the T20 World Cup tournament, what more can you expect from a batter?

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He also scored an unbeaten century against India in the October 2022 series (India vs. South Africa). According to Transcontinental Times, the no 8 ICC-ranking batsman is the definite pick in the IPL.

Ryan Burl

Another all-rounder from the list, Ryan Burl, is a Zimbabwean player who showed great potential in the past couple of years. He is a left-handed batsman and a leg spinner. T20 demands wrist spinners, and he can be a great option.

Recently the series in which Zimbabwe defeated the mighty Australian in the last match, Burl took a fantastic five-wicket haul. In the WC T20 2022 match against India, he scored a quickfire 35. Hence, He could also be a possible pick for IPL.

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Taskin Ahmed and Glenn Phillips

Taskin has bowled superbly in this world cup, and he picked up 8 wickets in the tournament for Bangladesh with a decent economy. His yorkers and slower deliveries were effective. He could see an IPL team bidding for him.

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On the other hand, the New Zealand batsman Glenn Phillips scored 201 in the World Cup, with a century included. He was the 10th highest run scorer batsman in the tournament. IPL franchise deficit of no 3 or 4 batsmen can go for him.

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  • Russell Chattaraj

    Mechanical engineering graduate, writes about science, technology and sports, teaching physics and mathematics, also played cricket professionally and passionate about bodybuilding.

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