Chetan Sakariya flagged for suspect bowling action. Chetan Sakariya has been named as one of seven players having a questionable action ahead of the IPL 2024 auction by the BCCI.
In an unexpected turn of events, Chetan Sakariya, a left-arm pacer from Saurashtra. Name to the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s (BCCI) suspect bowling action list. Despite not facing a ban, the 25-year-old, who has previously impress in the IPL, designated by the board as one of seven players with a dubious action.
Sakariya’s placement on the suspect list begs the question of his 19 IPL games and limited stints for India in one ODI and two T20Is. The circumstances surrounding his arrest remain unknown, with authorities from the Saurashtra Cricket Association asserting their ignorance.
While Sakariya is not currently barred from bowling in the IPL
In addition the BCCI has alerted the league’s clubs of the situation. The BCCI also informed teams that Sakariya, who is currently rehabilitating from a back stress fracture. The left-arm bowler recently released by the DC and there are hints that he would make a quick return.
Sakariya, with a base price of Rs 50 lakh, is preparing for the IPL auction after missing out on this season’s local fixtures. Also including the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy and the Vijay Hazare Trophy.
Tanush Kotian, Rohan Kunnummal, Chirag Gandhi, Salman Nizar. Saurabh Dubey, and Arpit Guleria are among those named as suspects, along with Sakariya. Bowling bans imposed on Manish Pandey and KL Shrijith of the Karnataka State Cricket Association.
The BCCI has yet to provide clarity as IPL franchises await information on the availability of overseas players, especially with the T20 World Cup looming in June. The auction, which will take place on December 19 at the Coca-Cola Arena in Dubai. Will include 333 players, including 214 Indians and 119 international cricketers. With 116 capped players and 215 uncapped players in the lineup. Teams are preparing for an entertaining bidding session as the auction approaches.