5. Adam Voges (Australia) – 45.25
Like Paul Collingwood, this veteran from Australian haven’t got the opportunity to play much matches in the IPL. The only team he has represented in the IPL is Rajasthan Royals, but with cricketers like Shane Watson in the team he was never going to be consistently selected. However, he has an average of 45.25 from 9 matches, his best being 45. With Adam Voges you often get the feeling that he is massively under-rated even after being one of the most successful domestic batsmen. There are many players like Adam, who could not make a mark in the format for the simple reason that they were not in the class of some of the dangerous power hitters around. They could not make the necessary adjustment that other orthodox batsmen like Sachin, Dravid, Kallis brought to their game. He is no. 5 in the list.