#5 Shaheen Afridi
A supremely talented fast bowler, Shaheen Afridi is an asset to any team. His best quality is being able to produce a spell of shockingly brilliant deliveries at any time, no matter what his form is.
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#4 Imad Wasim
An extremely dangerous opening bowler regularly in international cricket, Imad Wasim invariably finds a breakthrough early on and his economy rate of 5.97 in international T20 matches is mighty impressive.
He has a sharp brain and always has something to say to assist a regular captain when it comes to field placements. Other bowlers also always benefit from his advice on the field of play.
#3 Mohammad Amir
Having terrorized the Indian batting line-up in particular multiple times, Mohammad Amir would certainly attract huge attention at an IPL auction and would likely be more popular with buyers than Pat Cummins was this year.
With an economy rate of under seven in the shortest format at the international level and an average of just 20.74, Amir is consistently impactful with some breath-taking performances coming here and there.
#2 Shadab Khan
Probably the second-best leg-spinner in the world, Shadab Khan is an extremely handy all-rounder and can adapt to any situation. He can bat anywhere from three to eight, providing batting stability or strike lusty blows at the end of the innings.
Khan can open the bowling when needed, even as his best role is in coming after the powerplay to maintain the wicket-taking rhythm for his side.
#1 Babar Azam
With a monstrous average of 50.72 in international T20 cricket at a healthy strike-rate of 128.13, Pakistani captain Babar Azam is the one of the best players not to be a part of the IPL.
He has built quite a lead at the very summit of the ICC rankings for T20I batsmen, far ahead of KL Rahul at number two. While it may come as a source of huge disappointment for most that he may never grace the IPL, we can still speculate as to how he would fit in.