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Sreesanth reveals IPL franchise he wants to play for

The discarded Indian fast bowler who got relieved from ban for match fixing scandal is now eligible to play cricket for India. The pacer has been out of cricketing action for more than 7 years now. He last played in the Indian premier league in the year 2013 for Rajasthan Royals.

The world cup winning member from Kerala is hopeful of his return to cricket at the highest level and he also revealed the team that he would like to play for in the cash rich league. He has represented 3 IPL franchise so far that includes Kings XI Punjab, Kochi Tuskers Kerala and Rajasthan Royals.

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Sreesanth to put his name in the upcoming mega auction

All the eyes will be on the upcoming mega auction in 2021 where all the big names will go under the hammer. With speculations of 2 new franchises being launched, the auction will be a high profile one for sure. When asked about the IPL team that Sreesanth would like to be a part of, he said

Obviously I will put my name in IPL 2021 Auction. I will play for whatever team I get picked. But, as a cricket fan, it’s Men In Blue Mumbai Indians, because of Sachin Paaji, I played cricket to meet Sachin Tendulkar. If I get an opportunity to play for Mumbai Indians, why not, it will be a great thing to learn from Sachin paji from dressing room,

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Sreesanth keeps his fingers crossed!

The owner of the breathtaking seam presentation also added that he might just break into this year’s IPL as the participation of the foreign players are in doubt due to the current covid-19 scenario.

Even in this season some foreign players might not play and more Indians might be picked in the squads, then I have a chance to play. Also I would love to play under Dhoni bhai or RCB as well

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