IPL Auction 2020: 5 players with highest base prices who might go unsold
#4 Mitchell Marsh
Mitchell Marsh's career has been a topsy-turvy affair. The all-rounder was once considered to be the future of Australian cricket and on good account. Marsh lead the Australian U-19 side to the World Cup title and was then making waves in domestic cricket.
But unfortunately, Marsh hasn't been able to perform as per his potential and has been in and out of the Australian side.
Talking about his IPL career, Marsh was first drafted in the IPL in 2010 when he was bought by Deccan Chargers. He then went on to play for Pune Warriors India from 2011 to 2014. Marsh later played for Rising Pune Supergiant in 2016 and 2017.
His IPL stats are far from impressive. In 20 games, the 28-year-old has scored just 225 runs at an average of 18.75. He has fared better with the ball, taking 20 wickets in as many games but much more is required from an international all-rounder. Owing to his indifferent IPL record, Marsh is likely to remain unsold.