By -CricAngel Team
While KL Rahul has decided to move away from Punjab Kings due to personal reasons, he can be a sure shot opener in any IPL franchise.
Due to a short patch of bad form, SRH decided to leave David Warner who has taken them to new heights.
He is the second opener for our unretained players of IPL 2022.
Faf du Plessis
Despite being an opener - Faf du Plessis just missed the orange cap of IPL 2021 by a whisker to his teammate - Ruturaj Gaikwad.
Faf du Plessis makes it as our No-3 spot.
Mumbai Indians will be the team who might have lost many talented players.
Ishan Kishan is one such talented player and he is at No 4 in our playing 11.
England's allrounder couldnt play in IPL 2021 due to finger injury so he couldnt make it to RR retentions list.
Stokes being such a good allrounder, he is our No 5.
Another player who Mumbai Indians would have liked to retain is Hardik Pandya.
Even with his batting, Pandya can make into any playing 11 and with his bowling he is must have player.
Rashid Khan couldnt agree with SRH on his retention negotiations and decided to come down into the auction.
He will be coming at No 7 in our playing 11.
One of the best white-ball bowlers in India but hampered by multiple injuries, Bhuvneshwar Kumar makes it as No 8 in our Playing 11.
One of the greatest spinners in recent years - Ravi Ashwin whose white ball career is revived.
Ashwin comes in as No 9 in our playing 11.
Yuzi Chahal expressed his desire to play for RCB but unfortunately he is not retained by the franchise.
Chahal is one of the most canny spinners around and makes it as no 10.
After joining Mumbai Indians, Trent Boult proved the values of taking wickets in powerplay overs.
He comes in as the No 11 in our playing 11.