IPL’s most valuable players

As the Indian Premier League approaches semi final time, Cricinfo has brought forward the best value players for the tournament. Unsurprisingly, Western Australia’s Shaun Marsh is up the top of the batsmen, and it’s no surprise, since he’s been firing on all cylinders during the time he’s been playing. He came in during the 5th game for Kings XI Punjab, and despite his late start, he’s the highest run scorer, with 593 runs from 10 games played. He has six 50-plus scores in his ten innings, and only once he’s scored less than 39 – a fabulous statistic which means he must surely come into the Australian one day side in place of the injured Matthew Hayden, and most likely in my opinion be a permanent batting replacement for Adam Gilchrist.

Even though I must admit that at times I’ve not been a fan of Shane Watson, it’s pleasing to see that he’s performed well with both bat and ball in the Rajasthan Royals team and contributed sizeably to the success of SHhane Warne’s team.


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