1) Shubham Gill
Gill is someone that the every team will be eagerly looking to have in their side ,he has bright future for India in opening slot . He was picked into the side after his success in the ICCU-19 World Cup that India won that time. He is brilliant opening batsman for Kolkata knight riders team.
He was one of the main reasons why KKR made it to the qualifiers Going ahead KKR should trust the young batsmen and should retain him in IPL 2022 mega IPL auction.
2) Andre Russell
Rusell is one of the players that KKR might target to retain ahead of the IPL 2022 Mega Deals. The returns have downscaled in recent seasons, but Russell is still a premier T20 each- rounder and can be unstoppable on his day. Especially on the Indian pitches, Russell is a beast and can not be ignored.
He has had a many good games at the death. A quality each- rounder is a must-have for any IPL team. Russell is one of the dangerous batsmen in finishing role and bowls good at death by his brilliant Yorkers delivers and KKR might look to retain the player before the 2022 deals.
3) Venkatesh Iyer
Venkatesh Iyer is brilliant opening batsman for KKR ,he is very Agressive player who plays all shorts in his hands
He batted brilliantly for Kolkata knight riders in IPL 2021 and also was one of the major reasons why KKR entered the final!
Fast-bowling each-rounders are rare, and uncapped Indian youngster are rare who perform in big stage indeed rarer! So KKR will surely look to retain him.
4) Sunil Narine
Narine was back to his stylish for KKR in the alternate half of the IPL 2021. The West Indies allrounder had approached the launch of the event in early April as one of the players really in decline with their returns in both the departments. Still, just like KKR did, Narine also bounced back veritably explosively via the UAE leg of the competition.
Narine picked up 13 Wickets from the matches played in the Middle East with an frugality rate of only6.22. The educated cricketer backed that over with a many timely knocks off his willow, going at a strike- rate of162.50.