The IPL 2020 has come up with many new faces and new venues. The 13th instalment of IPL 2020 has finally started from 19th September in the United Arab Emirates.
With the tournament all set to make its re-entry after 5 months of break, here are a few Indian players that are debuting in the IPL 2020.
Yashasvi Jaiswal Playing for Rajasthan Royals
The 18-year-old Yashasvi Jaiswal is a left-handed batsman who had a great run record during his U-19 days. He is playing on the behalf of Rajasthan Royals in IPL 2020.
Ishan Porel Playing for Kings XI Punjab
Ishan although started out as a back-of-a-length bowler but soon also tried his hand at bowling. Now a part of Kings XI Punjab, he is all set to be a part of the action in IPL 2020.
Ruturaj Gaikwad Playing for Chennai Super Kings
Ruturaj might not be available for the starting matches as he tested positive for COVID-19 but it is being said that he will pick up the pace as soon he returns.
Ali Khan Playing for Kolkata Knight Riders
Ali Khan will be replacing Harry Gurney in the Kolkata Knight Riders. He is a promising right-arm fast bowler who will be debuting this year in the tournament. Ali Khan set to become the first player from the USA to feature in IPL 2020.
There are also few foreign players making a debut in IPL 2020, let check out the list:
Fabian Allen Playing for Sunrisers Hyderabad
Fabian Allen is not only a great fielder but a neat bowler as well. He made his debut in the West Indies team back in 2018 and is now all set to join the Sunrisers Hyderabad for the IPL 2020 series.
Alex Carey Playing for Delhi capitals
Alex Carey an Australian wicketkeeper-batsman is gearing up for his entry in the 13th IPL series. He is a great run-getter and had a great outing in the World Cup.
Sheldon Cottrell Playing for Kings XI Punjab
Sheldon Cottrell is joining IPL as a team member of Kings XI Punjab and is known to be a great bowler in the West Indies team. In the 2020 IPL auction, he was bought by the Kings XI Punjab ahead of the 2020 IPL.
Josh Philippe Playing for Royal Challengers
23 years old cricketer, Josh Philippe was recently added to Royal Challengers for 20 lakhs in 2020 IPL. The batsman made his name in the Big Bash League, and Philippe was crucial in Sydney Sixers’ triumph in the latest edition of the tournament scoring 487 runs in 16 innings at a strike rate of 129.87.
Chris Lynn Playing for Mumbai Indians
Chris Lynn an explosive batsman, and Australian star Chris Lynn could be one of the names that come to your mind. KKR’s loss Is certainly MI’s gain. Lynn was bought by Mumbai Indians for his base price of Rs 2 crore, ending his prolonged stay with KKR.
Tom Banton – Kolkata Knight Riders
One of the reasons for Tom Banton to be a part of KKR could be that he is a great right-handed player who can catapult the team into winning. Right-handed English player is the one who can open the innings with a better base score for the Team. His innings against Pakistan and Australia in T20 was incredible and he had impressed many legends by his batting.