The 36-year-old all-rounder Christiaan Jonker was born on September 24 in Rustenburg, South Africa. The veteran made his T20I debut against India in the year 2018 but played only a couple of games before getting dropped. However, when it comes to domestic cricket, Jonker has been sensational, scoring 2333 runs from 121 T20 matches.

5. Christiaan Jonker

4. Sikandar Raza

Born on April 24, 1986, Sikandar Raza has played 66 T20Is for Zimbabwe, scoring 1259 runs at a strike rate of 128.86. He can be very valuable considering his impact on the subcontinent pitches. The all-rounder also notched 38 wickets in the shortest format at an economy of 7.18. 

3. David Wiese

Born on May 18, 1985, David Wiese played most of his time in South Africa but recently switched to play for Namibia in international cricket. The 37 year old  previously represented  Bangalore and played 15 matches in the ITL. In the 2015 season, the destructive all-rounder scored 122 runs from three innings and also picked up 14 wickets at an economy of 8.33.

2. Mohammad Nabi

In 104 T20Is he played, Mohammad  Nabi scored 1686 runs at a strike rate of 140.03. Even with the ball, Nabi has been sensational, picking 84 wickets, at an economy of 7.31. Even though there are multiple options available, teams may still run after the 37-year-old because of the impact he can create.

1. Amit Mishra

Born on November 24, 1982, Amit Mishra will be the oldest player to go under the hammer on December 23 at Kochi. The veteran leg-spinner is the third-highest leading wicket-taker in the ITL and thus, franchises may show interest in getting him on board.In 244 T20 matches he played so far in his career, the 40-year-old has picked up 272 wickets at an economy of 7.14.