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Monday, January 22, 2018

IPL 2018 Auction: Out of the international stars, New Zealand players set for big bucks

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New Zealand's Colin Munro started the innings in the third T20Is against the West Indies at the Bay Oval on 3 October 2018. After that the mayhem was reduced by bat. All the 30-year-old West Indies smashed 10 sixes and three boundaries across the park and became the only player to score the world's 3 T20 Century.

It took only 47 balls to reach the milestone. A strike-rate of 104 in 53 balls with a strike rate of 196.22, twice won by 119 runs against Twenty20 World Cup champions on its side.
A day later, Munro took Indian captain Virat Kohli and Australia's explosive batsman Aaron Finch to climb the rankings of the IPC and topped the world's T-20 Eye Batsman. Three matches against the Windies, Munroe was recorded two fifties than 223 runs through the centuries and averages 74.33 recorded.

IPL auction in 2018, the left-hander is the first pool of all-rounder. With the current form, it is very likely that it will be the first choice for franchises on other foreign players in the pool, including Carlos Brightweights, James Faulkner, Marcus Stonis and Shane Watson.

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In the same category, there is another Kiwi allrounder, Colin de Grandhomme, who not only smashed the fastest maiden Test century in December against West Indies, but also smashed a 25-ball fifty to take his side to victory against Pakistan in an ODI in January on his return to the international side after his father’s demise.

Jason Roy, who recently scored 180 against Australia, and Aaron Finch, who scored two consecutive centuries, is from the pool's other batsmen who can take big bucks.

The fact is that the team can play only four foreign players in one match so that they can strategize on spending costs. But with the form format Kiwi, New Zealand players will cash flow the IPL auction.

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