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Top 5 Australian Cricketer to Join Ipl Mega Auction 2022

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Several Indian players are set to go under the hammer during the upcoming IPL 2022 auction to be held in Bengaluru next month. A total of 10 teams including two new teams Lucknow and Ahmedabad will bid for their favorite players during the auction.


So far, Mumbai Indians, Delhi Capitals, Chennai Super Kings and Kolkata Knight Riders have retained 4 players in their team. Royal Challengers Bangalore, Sunrisers Hyderabad and Rajasthan Royals have retained 3 players each. Punjab Kings has retained only 2 players. Before the auction, Lucknow and Ahmedabad have also picked 3 players each.


Here are the list of 5 Australian cricketer. who will join IPL mega auction 2022



Sean Abbott has developed into one of the most versatile bowling allrounders in Australian domestic cricket.

A wicket-taking medium-fast bowler who also strikes the ball cleanly with the bat, he made his return to international cricket late in 2019 against Pakistan in T20 cricket after a five-year absence. It was a worthy reward for several outstanding seasons with the Sydney Sixers in the BBL where he was one of the most prolific wicket-takers in the competition and specialised in the death overs.

He also became a key figure in New South Wales' Sheffield Shield side consistently taking wickets and providing lower-order runs, playing a crucial part in the Blues 2019-20 title.

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2) Matthew short


Matthew Short made his mark as an under-19 player for Australia in the 2014 World Cup. He scored 237 from 6 games at an average of 39.50 and ended up as the second highest run-getter for his team behind Jake Doran.

A product of the Victorian Academy, Short made his first-class debut against the touring Kiwis in October 2015 in a three day game. But he has found it tough getting into the Victorian team for the Sheffield Shield competition.

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Melbourne Renegades gave him a development rookie contract in 2013-2014 and the next season he turned up for them in two games. He was ignored for BBL 05 but again played a solitary game in BBL 06 against Sydney Sixers. He is still with the Renegades for BBL 07.

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3) Ben macdermott


Ben McDermott is the son of Australian fast bowling great Craig McDermott and younger brother of Alister McDermott. Unlike those two who were bowlers, Ben decided to take a different path. He took that call at a very young age. Ben McDermott is a top-order right-handed batsman and a part-time wicketkeeper.

He gained a rookie contract with Queensland Bulls in 2013 and was part of the Brisbane Heat in 2013-14 BBL and made his debut against Adelaide Strikers. The then 19-year-old batsman had a good outing scoring 30, but that was the only match he took part in the season. Immediately after the T20 tournament, McDermott was picked as the wicketkeeper for the under-19 World Cup that was held in UAE. He was an integral member of the junior Australian team which finished fourth in the competition.

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4) Ben dwarshius


A hard hitting lower order batsman and a skidding left-arm speedster, Ben Dwarshius plays for Sydney Sixers in the BBL. He debuted for them in 2014 and in his third season in BBL 06, featured in all the 10 games for them with 13 wickets to his name.

A regular member of the NSW second XI, Ben has been regularly plagued by injuries which has forced him to miss a lot of games. Though he was included for the Matador BBQ's One-Day cup for 2016-17 but featured in only the season opener for NSW against Cricket Australia XI.

Despite being the second highest wicket-taker for Sydney Sixers, Ben might not be a sure starter in BBL 07 because of the presence of pacers like Doug Bollinger, Sean Abbott and Daniel Sams.

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5) Daniel sams


Someone's loss might be someone else's gain. Ben Stokes got involved in a freak incident and missed the flight to Australia. And then as his team played the Ashes, Stokes moved to New Zealand to play for Canterbury. This prompted the team management to drop their NSW import - Daniel Sams.

Having picked up 11 wickets in his 3-match stint at Canterbury, Daniel must be bubbling with more enthusiasm for his road ahead not only in BBL but maybe for a chance to play first-class

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