IPL 2022 Mega Auction: 5 U19 players who can fetch a huge amount

The Indian Premier League (IPL) mega auction 2022 is just less than a week away and there is a lot of buzz which is making all the cricketing fans more excited. And with India U-19 lifting their record fifth World Cup title by beating England in the final, the U-19 players are in huge demand. There were many performers in the U-19 World Cup and franchises must be looking to buy some of the young guns.

Let’s take a look at 5 Players who can fetch a huge amount in IPL 2022 mega auction

1. Rajvardhan Hangargekar

The fast bowler played all six matches for team India and was quite impressive with his pace. The tall pacer took five wickets in the tournament. He bowled six maidens in the World Cup with an average of 28.80 and a solid economy rate of just 3.67. His best bowling figure read as 2/8. He is also handy with the bat as he smashed 39 off 17 balls which included five sixes against Ireland. He could bag a huge deal in the upcoming auction for his fast-bowling skills and also big hitting.

2. Raja Bawa

The Player of the Match in the final, Raj Bawa dismantled England by taking 5/31 in 9.5 overs and also scored 35 runs to win the fifth World Cup trophy for his country. He finished the tournament as the second-highest run-scorer for India with 252 runs with a solid 63.00 average. His strike rate was 100.80 and with the ball in hand, he snared nine wickets as well. His all-round abilities will be something the IPL team owners would be looking for in the auction.

3. Yash Dhull

The captain of the U-19 World Cup-winning team, Yash Dhull is surely going to be in demand and looks set to fetch a good amount in the auction. He looks like a compact player as he ended the tournament as India’s third-highest run-getter with 229 runs in four innings. He struck one fifty and one century with an average of 76.33. His captain’s knock of 110 against Australia in the semi-final was crucial for India to win the match and a spot in the finals.

4. Angkrish Raghuvanshi

With 278 runs in six innings, opener Raghuvanshi ended the World Cup as the batter with the most runs for India. He smashed one ton and one fifty with an average of 46.33. His highest score was 144 against Uganda in an innings which included 22 fours and six sixes. Young opening batter will surely be discussed amongst the franchises and could fetch a big deal come February 12 and 13.

5. Vicky Ostwal

The left-arm spinner Vicky Ostwal was India’s highest wicket-taker in the title-winning tournament. Team India in their very first match of the WC, defeated South Africa by 45 runs thanks to a five-wicket haul by Ostwal. He gave away just 28 runs in 10 overs with a five-for. Vicky’s tournament figures read as 12 scalps in six innings with an average of 13.33 and an economy rate of 3.63.