Corey Anderson (Royal Challengers Bangalore)
The all-rounder from New Zealand eventually went unsold at first but because of injury to pacer Nathan Courter Nile, he got an opportunity to play for RCB.
Having already featured for the Mumbai franchise previously, the 27-year-old was well experienced but failed to turn out in the past season.
With the bat he could manage just 17 runs from three matches at an average of 5.66 and with the ball he took three wickets, but gave runs at an alarming rate of 13.26 and was RCB’s most expensive bowler.
Recently RCB has sold their South African wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock to Mumbai Indians and Corey Anderson might be the next on the line.
Carlos Brathwaite (Sunrisers Hyderabad)
He was bought for INR 2 crores and could not feature in many games because of the presence of other overseas all-rounders in the likes of Mohammad Nabi, Rashid Khan and Shakib Al Hasan.
He played just four games and scored 75 runs, among which the highest score was 43 from 28 balls scored against Chennai Super Kings in the first qualifier at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.
It would be hard for Brathwaite to get a chance and play consistently in the SRH setup provided some injury concerns come to the fore of the team.
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