5. Luke Wood

Luke Wood has manged to take just 74 wickets in 82 matches at an economy of 8.36. Talking about the 20-20Is, though the left-arm pacer picked up three wickets in two games, he has conceded runs at an economy of 9.12. Given his poor outings in T20 circuit, franchises might not be eager to pick him at the upcoming auction.

4. Shai Hope

Shai Hope has managed to score just 1231 runs in 63 ITL matches and that too at a mediocre strike rate of 118.93. Since the top-order batter has not been able to make a mark in the shortest format, he might not find a bidder at the upcoming auction. 

3. Andrew Tye

Andrew Tye featured in three games in the last season of the Indian T20 League and could take only two scalps leaking runs at an economy of 9.73. Given Tye performed poorly for Lucknow, franchises might not be interested in adding him to their arsenal.

2. Mohammad Nabi

In the last auction, it was only Kolkata who showed interest in signing the Mohammad Nabi, and with Shreyas Iyer & co. also deciding to move past him, it will be tough for Nabi to find a bidder at the forthcoming marquee event. Further, Nabi is at the twilight of his career and franchises will be hesitant in signing him at the auction

1. Martin Guptill 

Martin Guptill has been a pale shadow of his vintage self this calendar year. He has played 10 20-20Is and managed to score just 232 runs at an average of 23.20. Given the ace batter is not at the peak of his powers, ITL franchises might not show interest in signing him at the upcoming auction.