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One of the biggest cricket festivals in the world cricket, Indian Premier League all set to make its way in a few days to put fans on edge of their seats. All the teams have already equipped with a bunch of match-winners to make things fall in place in the 13th edition of the tournament.

A few teams went with their winning formulae of picking the experienced players while a few franchises once again relied their trust on the youngsters. In between, a few franchises are smart enough in blending the old and the current generation of cricketers to give themselves the best chance to win.

IPL gives a huge advantage for the youngsters to learn from the seniors and take the limelight to better their chances in their respective careers. Over the seasons, we came across the youngsters using the platform to perfection and this time, it will be no different.

Meanwhile, in this article, we came up with an interesting topic of old and young players of each IPL team for the 13th season. The list includes quite a few surprises, as there are few legendary players named in the chart. Check out.

Youngest And Oldest Players Of Each Team in IPL 2020

8. Sunrisers Hyderabad

Oldest – Wriddhiman Saha

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Guess, what? Wriddhiman Saha is the oldest player in the dugout of Sunrisers Hyderabad. The wicketkeeper-batsman of 35 years will take the field as the oldest player from the Hyderabad unit. It really shows the smartness of SRH, who picked a lot of youngsters on their side.


Athletic wicket-keeper and a more than handy contribute with the bat, Wriddhiman Saha has plied his skills for Kolkata Knight Riders, Chennai Super Kings and Kings XI Punjab in earlier editions.

His presence is very important for Sunrisers Hyderabad, as there are only a few wicketkeepers available in the world, who can read the spin of Rashid Khan. Saha’s partnership with spinners always helped SRH to come good.


Youngest – Abdul Samad

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The 18-year old grabbed the headlines when he became the latest player from Jammu and Kashmir to get an IPL contract. SRH bought him for INR 20 Lakhs to give him a taste of the cash-rich tournament.

Abdul has been inducted in the team as a middle-order batsman, who can also bowl if the team requires. The player has come in the spotlight for his constant performance in the latest Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 league, Vijay Hazare Trophy and in the ongoing Ranji Trophy