In 2023, the Indian Premier League will now have 10 clubs instead of 8, meaning that more teams will compete than previously. The first IPL 2023 match will take place on March 31, 2023, at Gujarat Titans’ home stadium, Narendra Modi Stadium, between Gujarat Titans and Chennai Super Kings.
The IPL is a perfect platform for youngsters to showcase their talent on a broader level. They get the chance to represent their senior team by performing in the marquee tournament. They get to work with the legends of the game which helps in their growth. Let us have a look at some of the youngsters who can take the IPL by storm by their performances:
Harry Brook, one of England cricket’s most intriguing prospects, was sold to Sunrisers Hyderabad for 13.25 crores. He has dominated the T20 circuit with this year’s strong batting efforts. With an astonishing strike rate of 171.43, the Yorkshire-born cricketer amassed 264 runs in 10 games of Pakistan Super League 2022. He displayed his adventurous stroke play at the T20 Blast 2022, scoring 436 runs in 13 matches and providing key runs for the team. He has been a revelation for English cricket and already has 4 test hundreds in 6 matches.