It has been a month since the IPL started, but till now many players have not got a chance to show their skills on the field. Chetan Sakaria, who took 14 wickets at an average of 22.28 in the last IPL, has been bought by Delhi Capitals for Rs 4.2 crore and has not got a chance to play a single match so far.

Similarly, Hapur’s Karthik Tyagi, who has impressed with his pace in the last two IPLs, has been bought by Sunrisers for Rs 4 crore and is yet to play. There are eight cricketers who have become millionaires in the bid, who have not played a single match in this IPL so far.

Delhi, Gujarat Titans and Sunrisers Hyderabad are the teams that have not yet given their two millionaire cricketers a place to bid. Apart from Chetan Sakariya, Delhi has not given a chance to wicket-keeper batsman KS Bharat. Bharti, who was bought for Rs 2 crore, scored 191 runs in 8 matches at an average of 38.2 in the last IPL.

Hence Hyderabad has not given a chance to New Zealand wicketkeeper-batsman Glenn Phillips, who was bought for Rs 1.5 crore except for Karthik Tyagi. Gujarat did not give any chance to West Indies all-rounder Dominic Drakes and Indian team member Jayant Yadav.

Chennai bought Under-19 World Cup winning team member Rajvardhan Hungergekar for Rs 1.5 crore and Kolkata has not given former Afghanistan captain Mohammad Nabi a chance to play on the field.