IPL 2022 Replacement Players List: As per IPL 2022 schedule, the 15 edition of the cash-rich league is set to kickstart from March 26.
Rights after the inclusion of 2 new IPL teams BCCI decides to host a mega auction event for the 15th edition of the cash-rich tournament and hosted successfully between February 12 and 13 at Bangalore.
Post the IPL 2022 Mega Auction all 10 franchises announced their IPL 2022 squad which consists of a minimum of 18 players to a maximum of 25 players for each team.
Earlier to the IPL 2022 Mega Auction all 8 existing teams announced their retained players list and released the remaining players to the auction pool from which the 2 new IPL teams are allowed to draft a maximum of 3 players each.
According to which, Lucknow Super Giants ropes KL Rahul, Marcus Stoinis, and uncapped player Ravi Bishnoi. Where Gujarat Titans picked Hardik Pandya, Rashid Khan, and Shubman Gill as their drafted players.
IPL 2022 Replacement Players List
Ahead of the tournament, some of the participating players might withdraw from the tournament owing to various reasons. Right after the confirmation franchises will rope a replacement player to fill the spot.
Following are the details of the IPL 2022 Replacement Players:
|Replacing Player||Replacement Player: New||Team|
|Jason Roy||Rahmanullah Gurbaz||Gujarat Titans|
|Alex Hales||Aaron Finch||
Kolkata Knight Riders
|Mark Wood||Andrew Tye||
Lucknow Super Giants
|Luvnith Sisodia||Rajat Patidar||
Royal Challengers Bangalore
|Adam Milne||Matheesha Pathirana||
Chennai Super Kings
|Md. Arshad Khan||Kumar Kartikeya Singh||Mumbai Indians|
IPL 2022 Withdraw Players List
New franchise Gujarat Titans had bought the batter for his base price of Rs 2 crore at the IPL 2022 Mega auction.
REASON: The reason for his unavailability is the extended bio-bubble stay, which would have kept him away from his family, which includes his newborn baby, for more than two months.
REPLACEMENT PLAYER: Rahmanullah Gurbaz
The Afghan player Rahmanullah Gurbaz have a 150-plus career T20 strike rate as an opener is also a handy keeper which makes him a multi-utility player.
The 20-year-old has so far amassed 531 runs in 18 T20I appearances for Afghanistan, averaging 29.5 including two half-centuries with his highest individual score being 79. The youngster had recently represented Islamabad United in PSL 2022, finishing with 139 runs from six games at an average of 27.80 and a strike rate of 180.51 with his best score being 46.
Gurbaz will be joining compatriots Rashid Khan and Noor Ahmad in the Gujarat team. He becomes the fifth Afghan in the league which also has Mohammad Nabi (Kolkata Knight Riders) and Fazalhaq Farooqi (Sunrisers Hyderabad) from the country.
Hales played for Sydney Thunder in the 2021-22 Big Bash League, the team that was most affected by COVID-19. Having played 13 matches in the BBL, Hales’ next T20 assignment was in Pakistan for the PSL.
He played in seven matches for Islamabad United before pulling out due to bubble fatigue. He did, however, rejoin the team ahead of the playoffs stage.
REASON: Bio bubble fatigue
REPLACEMENT PLAYER: Aaron Finch
Australia’s white-ball captain Aaron Finch has joined the Kolkata Knight Riders team for the 2022 edition of the Indian Premier League as a replacement
Finch, who last played for Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the 2020 edition, was not picked by any team in the IPL 2022 mega auction last month.
England fast bowler Mark Wood has been ruled out of the upcoming IPL 2022 following a right elbow injury. Notably, he sustained the injury during the first test against West Indies in North Sound last week.
Mark Wood was bought by Lucknow Super Giants for a fee of INR 7.50 crore.
REASON: Injury in Right elbow – According to a report, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has informed the franchise of Wood’s unavailability for the entirety of the season. LSG will be expected to name a replacement soon.
REPLACEMENT PLAYER: Andrew Tye
Tye has played 32 T20Is for Australia and returned 47 wickets. He has played 27 IPL games for 40 wickets.
Luvnith Sisodia received a contract from the Royal Challengers Bangalore at the IPL 2022 auction. He was the IPL team’s back-up wicketkeeping option. However, before the Karnataka lad could play his maiden IPL game, he was ruled out of the competition.
Replacement Player: Rajat Patidar
Madhya Pradesh batter Rajat Patidar has been roped in by RCB as a replacement for injured Luvnith Sisodia for the remainder of the IPL season.
Patidar, who has scored 861 runs with the help of seven half-centuries at an average of 30.75 and strike-rate of 138.64 in 31 T20s, had previously represented the RCB franchise four times. The right-handed batter will join RCB for Rs 20 lakh.
New Zealand pacer Adam Milne was roped by CSK for INR 1.90 crores in IPL 2022 mega auction. Milne suffered a hamstring injury in CSK’s first match against Kolkata Knight Riders which takes place on March 26 in Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai.
REASON: Hamstring injury
Replacement Player: Matheesha Pathirana
Matheesha Pathirana was part of Sri Lanka’s U19 World Cup squads in 2020 and 2022. He will join CSK at the price of INR 20 Lakh.
The 19-year-old Pathirana is called ‘Junior Lasith Malinga’ in the Sri Lanka cricketing circuit because of his slingy side-on action. Since 2020, the teenager has been a part of the CSK as a reserve player. Pathirana comes from Trinity College of Kandy whose alumni includes Kumar Sangakkara.
Touted to be Next Malinga – Matheesha Pathirana who took 6 wickets for 7 runs on his debut game for Trinity College in Kandy, Sri Lanka
— Times of Sports (@timesofsports) April 21, 2022
The Mumbai franchise picked Md. Arshad Khan at the IPL auctions for a base price of INR 20 Lakh, but recently the left-arm pacer sustained an injury during a practice session due to which he will miss out on the remainder of the tournament.
Kumar Kartikeya Singh has been with the Mumbai Indians as part of the support team and has now signed on to join the squad for the 2022 season.
Replacement Player: Kumar Kartikeya Singh
Kumar Kartikeya is a slow left-arm bowler and has represented Madhya Pradesh across all three formats of the game since making his debut in 2018. Kumar Kartikeya Singh has been with the Mumbai Indians as part of the support team and has now signed on to join the squad for the 2022 season.
IPL 2022 New Squad
Following are the details of all 10 IPL participating teams after announcing the replacement players for the players who withdrew from the IPL 2022.
IPL 2022 CSK Squad
|MS Dhoni (c&wk)||WK-Batsman|
|Ambati Rayudu (wk)||WK- Batsman|
|N Jagadeesan (wk)||WK- Batsman|
IPL 2022 DC Squad
|Rishabh Pant (c&wk)||WT-Batsman|
|KS Bharat (wk)||WK-Batsman|
|Tim Seifert (wk)||WK-Batsman|
IPL 2022 Gujarat Titans Squad
|Matthew Wade (wk)||WK-Batsman|
|Wriddhiman Saha (wk)||WK-Batsman|
|R Sai Kishore||Bowler|
|Gurkeerat Singh Mann||All-rounder|
IPL 2022 KKR Squad
IPL 2022 Lucknow Super Giants Squad
|KL Rahul (c&wk)||WK-Batsman|
|Quinton de Kock (wk)||WK-Batsman|
|Mark Wood(Ruled out)||Bowler|
IPL 2022 MI Squad
|Rohit Sharma (c)||Batsman|
|Aryan Juyal (wk)||WK-Batsman|
|Ishan Kishan (wk)||WK-Batsman|
|Kumar Kartikeya Singh||Bowler|
IPL 2022 PBKS Squad
|Mayank Agarwal (c)||Batsman|
|Prabhsimran Singh (wk)||WK-Batsman|
|Jitesh Sharma (wk)||WK-Batsman|
|Jonny Bairstow (wk)||WK-Batsman|
IPL 2022 RR Squad
|Rassie van der Dussen||Batsman|
|Sanju Samson (c&wk)||WK-Batsman|
|Jos Buttler (wk)||WK-Batsman|
|Dhruv Jurel (wk)||WK-Batsman|
IPL 2022 RCB Squad
|Faf du Plessis||Batsman|
|Dinesh Karthik (wk)||WK-Batsman|
|Anuj Rawat (wk)||WK-Batsman|
|Finn Allen (wk)||WK-Batsman|
|Luvnith Sisodia (wk)||WK-Batsman|
IPL 2022 SRH Squad
|Glenn Phillips (wk)||WK-Batsman|
|Vishnu Vinod (wk)||WK-Batsman|
|Nicholas Pooran (wk)||WK-Batsman|
|Fazal Haq Farooqi||Bowler|