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IPL 8: 5 Indian players eyeing to make a comeback

IPL 8: 5 Indian players eyeing to make a comeback
IPL 2015 is not so far away and some veteran out of favor players are hoping to make a comeback into the national side with good show in upcoming season of Indian Premier League which starts on April 8 and ends on May 29. Virender Sehwag (King XI Punjab), Yuvraj Singh (Delhi Daredevils), Zaheer Khan(Delhi Daredevils), Harbhajan Singh(Mumbai Indians) and Gautam Gambhir( Kolkata Knight Riders). Sehwag and Zaheer already 36 years old, Harbhajan singh is 34 years old while Yuvraj Singh and Gambhir close to 34. So this may be chance for them to prove themselves to make a comeback in to national side. Yuvraj Singh is top buy in this year’s auction with 16 crores bought by Delhi Daredevils, Zaheer Khan for 4 crores to the same franchise which is the fourth highest buy in auction. Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knight Riders will play in the opening match of IPL 2015.


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