ipl prediction today:IPL Auction 2023: Who is the oldest player on the list for the mini auction on December 23rd?

IPL Auction 2023:
From Amit Mishra to Shakib Al Hasan, here are the oldest players included in the roster for Mini-His auction on December 23rd in Kochi.

The IPL 2023 auction will be held in Kochi on December 23rd, with 407 players competing among 10 teams for up to 87 spots.

Several veteran stars from India and abroad are part of the mini auction listing. Take a look at the oldest players who are part of the IPL 2023 mini-auction platter pool

Amit Mishra – 40

Former leg his spinner from India, Amit Mishra, is the oldest player in his auction for the IPL 2023 Mini. The 40-year-old is his most successful IPL spinner with 173 wickets. Mishra has been an integral part of his three franchises (formerly Deccan He Chargers, Sunrisers Hyderabad and Delhi Daredevils/Capitals) that he has been a part of since 2008.

Mishra was released by Delhi Capitals earlier this year ahead of the IPL 2022 Mega Auction. After a hiatus of more than a year with the recently concluded Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy, he returned to competitive cricket for Haryana, a veteran in which he scored 10 wickets in eight games. Three he IPL hats he Mishra with a unique record of he tricks were put up for auction at a base price of INR 50,000.

Mohammed Nabi – 37

Former Afghan T20 skipper Mohammad Nabi is back in the IPL auction after a season on the bench with his riders at Kolkata Nights. Nabi, the first Afghan player to join the league in 2017, played for Sunrisers in Hyderabad where he played 5 his seasons. However, the 37-year-old has only appeared in his 17 games, 180 runs and he has taken 13 wickets.

Listing himself at a base price of INR 1 crore, Nabi is entering the auction after a lackluster run at the men’s T20 World Championships in Australia recently.l

David Meadow – 37

After noting his beginnings in South Africa, David Wiese signed his first IPL contract with Royal Challengers Bangalore in the 2015 IPL.After two seasons, he scored 127 runs and 16 wickets from 15 IPL games. Return in charge of Namibia, who will qualify for the T20 World Cup back-to-back in 2021 and 2022.

The 37-year-old has developed into Namibia’s best all-rounder, with mid-range hitting and decent bowling with plenty of variation. Wiese wants his return to the IPL but is in very good shape and hopes for his opening bid of Rs 100 crore.

Lily Rothw – 36

After his six-year absence from the South African national team, Rilee Rossouw will make a dramatic return to his T20I squad in mid-2022. During his time away from the Proteas, Rossow built a reputation as one of his top-scoring T20 franchises in the world.

Rossouw made his five appearances in his IPL for RCB between 2014 and his 2015 season. The 36-year-old shone in his first T20I tone against India on his return to South Africa and turned a century against Bangladesh in the T20 World Cup. Rossouw has scored over 6800 runs in his T20 career with a hit rate exceeding his 143 and at the IPL 2023 auction he is seeking a bid of Rs 20 million.

Shakib Al Hasan – 36

Bangladesh veteran Shakib Al Hasan is targeting a return to the IPL set-up after missing the 2022 season. The star all-rounder spent his first stint with Kolkata Nights his riders from 2011 until 2017 where he won two titles in 2012 and 2014.

The 36-year-old spent his two seasons with Sunrisers his Hyderabad before returning to his KKR in 2021. Shakib is one of ten overseas all-rounders with 500+ runs (793) and 50+ wickets (63) in the IPL. Shakib continues to be a staple in every format in Bangladesh, with over 13,000 runs and he has scored over 600 wickets, making him one of the most prolific all-rounders in international cricket. Shakib is included in his list of first all-rounders in a mini-auction with a base price of Rs 15 crore.

Sikandar Raza – 36

Sikandar Raza has been at the forefront of Zimbabwe’s incredible performances in every format this year. The 36-year-old burst into the spotlight in August 2022 when he recorded a 300-hit streak in his ODI chase against Bangladesh and India.

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