3 youngsters who were part of Chennai Super Kings in IPL 2022 but could make their debut in IPL 2023

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    Chennai Super Kings

    Chennai Super Kings, one of the most successful teams in Indian Premier League, is known for its strong team ethic and disciplined approach. The team is known for its cautious approach to handing out debuts to new players and only gives opportunities to those who have proven themselves in domestic cricket. With a strict selection policy and a wealth of experience in the team, Chennai Super Kings is a tough team to break into.

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    Which is why, there has been a couple of young and talented Indian players who have been a part of the Chennai Super Kings franchise but it took them long to break into the first team.

    3 youngsters who could make their debut in IPL 2023 for Chennai Super Kings

    Today in this article, we take a look at 3 such young and talented Indian player who were bought during the IPL 2022 Mega Auction but is yet to make their debut for the team and could make their debut in the IPL 2023.

    K Bhagath Singh

    The first name in our list is the off-spin bowler K Bhagath Singh. He has played very little in terms of domestic cricket as he made his T20 debut in the ongoing 2022-2023 season itself in a match against Puducherry while playing for Hyderabad. He has been a part of the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) since the year 2021 but has not featured yet for the team. Despite the presence of Maheesh Theekshana and Moeen Ali, we could see Bhagath Singh make his debut in IPL 2023.

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    Subhranshu Senapati

    The 2nd player in our list is 26-years-old batsman Subhranshu Senapati, who plays for Odisha in the domestic circuit. Subhranshu joined the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) franchise during the IPL 2022 Mega Auction but is yet to make his debut for the yellow army. He has played 32 T20 matches so far and has scored 817 runs with a strike rate of just 119. Despite that, he could very well make his debut in the IPL 2023. With the “Impact Player” he could be seen making those substitute appearance and in future could be that Ambati Rayudu replacement as well.

    Rajvardhan Hangargekar joined Chennai Super Kings in IPL 2022

    And the 3rd and the final name on this is none other than India U19 World Cup winning all-rounder Rajvardhan Hangargekar. The Indian all-rounder was expected to play some part in the IPL 2022, especially with Deepak Chahar being unavailable for the whole season. But despite the fans’ wait, he was not given the debut. This season, he has done brilliantly in the Indian domestic scenes and looks certain to finally make his IPL debut in IPL 2023.

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