Uncapped players in IPL
The Indian Premier League is the platform for the upcoming cricketers to get the attention of the cricket boards and fans, which can introduce players of different talents in all aspects. After 11 years, IPL had made introduction of many new players with the talents in various aspects of the game, but not all these players got on board to the Indian Team. These uncapped players in IPL might get selected in the future for their remarkable performances.
Shubman Gill (Uncapped player in Indian Premier League)
Shubman Gill is a right-handed batsman from Punjab. He can be identified as an upcoming hope due to his big scores in first class matches with average of 61.25 in a strike rate of 81.39 and his T20 career with 33.83 average and 146.04 strike rate. He made his first-class debut in November 2017 63 & 21 runs in his first match opening the innings and an aggressive 129 runs in the next match. He was in India Under-19 squad for 2018 World Cup as a vice-captain. Gill often plays above his age-group level. In 2014, he hit a 351 runs in Punjab’s Inter-District Under-16 tournament along with Nirmal Singh making an opening stand of 587 runs. He made a double-century in his Under-16 debut in Vijay Merchant Trophy and later he received an award from BCCI as the best junior cricketer for two consecutive years, 2013-14 and 2014-15. Gill was bagged by KKR for Rs. 20,00,000 and he played crucial part with Captain Dinesh Karthik for KKR in the do-or-die eliminator match against RR and became a youngest player to score 50 for Kolkata Knight Riders.
Siddhesh Lad (Uncapped player in Indian Premier League)
Siddhesh Dinesh Lad is an all-rounder from Mumbai with right-hand bat and right-arm offbreak bowling. He is noteworthy for an average of 44.28 with a strike rate of 54.07 in first class matches and T20 average of 29 with a strike rate of 120.51. He started his first-class career in 2013 against Punjab for Mumbai. He was bagged in auction for Mumbai Indians for Rs. 20,00,000.
Rahul Tripathi (Uncapped player in Indian Premier League)
Rahul Tripathi is an all-rounder playing for Rajasthan Royals in IPL. He has a first-class career with highest score of 132 runs averaging 35.31 with a strike rate of 51.06 and T20 career highest score of 93 averaging 23.97 with a strike rate of 132.56. He made his first-class debut in 2012 against Baroda for Maharashtra. He is known for his six 6s twice in local cricket. He played for Rajasthan Royals in 2018 IPL.
Manan Vohra (Uncapped player in Indian Premier League)
Manan Vohra is an all-rounder from Punjab. He is a right-handed batsman and right-arm medium bowler. He has a first-class career with highest score of 224 averaging 31.51 with a strike rate of 56.48 and T20 career with highest score of 95 with a strike rate of 127.36. He made his first-class debut in 2011 against Saurashtra for Punjab. He plays for Kings XI Punjab in IPL.
Manjot Kalra (Uncapped player in Indian Premier League)
Manjot Kalra is a young all-rounder from Delhi plays for Delhi Daredevils in IPL. He is a left-handed batsman and right arm bowler. He has a history of spectacular performances in Under-19 recently. He is known for his Under-19 century against Australia.
Apoorv Wankhade (Uncapped Player in Indian Premier League)
Apoorv Wankhade is a Maharashtra player playing for Kolkata Knight Riders in IPL. He has a fist-class career with highest score of 157 not out, averaging 40.58 with a strike rate of 70.68 and T20 career with highest score 43 not out averaging 25.88 with a strike rate of 129.68. He is a right-handed middle order batsman. He made his debut in first-class matches in 2012 for Vidarbha against Haryana. His 157 not out against Rest of India for Vidarbha recently makes him a future hope for India.
Baba Aparajith (Uncapped player in Indian Premier League)
Baba Aparajith is an all-rounder from Chennai. He made his first-class debut in 2011. He is a right-hand batsman and right-arm offbreak bowler. His first-class batting career is with highest score of 212 averaging 41 with a strike rate of 42.97 and T20 with highest score of 51 not out and bowling figures remarkable for 5/86 and 2/9 in T20. He also played in TNPL (Tamilnadu Premier League) for Tiruvallur Veerans. He was bought by Chennai Super Kings in 2012, but has not played single match. He remained unsold in IPL 2018.
Rajneesh Gurbani (Uncapped player in Indian Premier League)
Rajneesh Naresh Gurbani is a Maharashtra player, who plays for Vidarbha. He is known for his extraordinary bowling skills. His bowling career has remarkable for best figure of 7/68 with economy 3.00 in first-class matches and 3/24 in T20. He made his debut in 2016 in both first-class and T20 form.
Mayank Markande (Uncapped player in Indian Premier League)
Mayank Markande is a 20-year-old leg spinner from Punjab. He made his debut in T20 cricket in January 2018. He played for Mumbian Indians in 2018. In his first two matches in IPL 2018, his figures were remarkable for 8-0-46-7, picking up seven wickets. Hope, he will be a pick of leg spinner for India in future.
Siddarth Kaul (Uncapped player in Indian Premier League)
Siddarth Kaul is bowler from Punjab, who played for Sunrisers Hyderabad in IPL 2018. He has a outstanding performance with ball in first-class and T20s. He has performed consistently taking 21 wickets in 17 matches for SRH. He was with Indian team for their three-match ODI last year against Sri Lanka, but has not played a single match.
Avesh Khan (Uncapped player in Indian Premier League)
Avesh Khan is a bowler from Madhya Pradesh. He represented Royal Challengers Bangalore in 2018 IPL. He is notorious for his performance in Under-19 World Cup. He made his debut in December 2014. He is a promising youngster for India in future with the ball.
Nitish Rana (Uncapped player in Indian Premier League)
Nitish Rana is a middle-order batsman from Delhi, who plays for KKR in 2018. He has a highest score of 174 in first-class match and 95 in T20 match. He is a right-arm offbreak bowler as well. He made 304 runs in 15 matches for KKR in 2018. His 35-ball 59 helped the team to beat Delhi this year. He is known with his ball this season for the wickets of AB de Villiers and Virat Kohli.
Ishan Kishan (Uncapped player in Indian Premier League)
Ishan Pranav Kumar Pandey Kishan is a wicket-keeper batsman. He has played for Mumbai Indians in IPL 2018. He has scored 275 runs in 12 matches, including two 50s for Mumbai Indians this season. His knock of 62 in 21 balls was the best, which led the team to post a decent score of 210/6.
Ankit Rajpoot (Uncapped player in Indian Premier League)
Ankit Singh Rajpoot is a bowler from Kanpur. He has remarkable figures in all forms of game with ball. In his maiden IPL over in 2013, he took the wicket of Ricky Ponting. He was playing for KXIP in IPL 2018.
Prithvi Shaw (Uncapped player in Indian Premier League)
Prithvi Shaw is right-hand opening batsman. He is from Maharashtra. He is from Under-19 Indian squad. He played for Delhi Daredevils in IPL 2018. He scored 245 runs in nine matches, including two half centuries.