IPL 4: BCCI to meet six uncapped players

Updated: 13 January 2011 14:19 IST

There's still a fair bit of confusion over the uncapped Indian players, that is the ones who've not represented India, but will participate in the IPL

New Delhi:

There's still a fair bit of confusion over the uncapped Indian players, that is the ones who have not represented India yet, but will participate in the Indian Premier League.

Many of them are being approached by multiple franchises and will have to decide who they eventually join.

A couple of days back, Bangalore team owner Siddharth Mallya was seen speaking to Ambati Rayudu, who's currently playing the Ranji Trophy final in Baroda. The Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) has taken cognizance of this and has summoned six players who are in demand.

The likes of Manish Pandey and Monish Mishra were at the BCCI office on Thursday, while Rayadu would have to pay BCCI a visit on Saturday.

Earlier, on Thursday, Delhi Dardevils roped in promising Unmukt Chand, who made his first class debut only last year.

There were also reports that the Sahara Pune Warriors have signed up Ganesh Gaikwad, Harshad Khadiwale, Kamran Khan, Abhishek Jhunjhunwala, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Rahul Sharma and Shrikant Wagh.

On Wednesday, Kolkata kept spinner Iqbal Abdulla, who played for them for the first three seasons.

Topics : Cricket Sachin Tendulkar Mumbai Indians Board of Control for Cricket in India Subramaniam Badrinath Ambati Rayudu
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