Virender Sehwag's string of poor scores in domestic cricket is likely to affect his chances of bagging a lucrative deal in the IPL 7 as it looks highly unlikely that he would be retained by his current franchise Delhi Daredevils.The eight existing franchises need to submit their 'Player Retention List' by January 10.
However, talented left-handers -- South Africa's Quinton de Kock and latest batting sensation from New Zealand Corey Anderson are two players who are likely to fetch a substantial amount during the next month's IPL auction. (Also read: Corey Anderson slams fastest ODI ton )
Sehwag has been with the Delhi franchise from the first edition as an icon player and subsequently been retained at the various stages during the later part of the cash-rich league. After a poor IPL season last time and only 234 runs in 13 innings in the Ranji Trophy at less than 19.50 leaves Daredevils with little option but to send the 'Nawab of Najafgarh' back to the auction pool.