India, April 7 -- There was a round of applause in the auction table for Cheteshwar Pujara after Chennai Super Kings picked him up at his base price of Rs.50 lakh earlier this year. India's Test No.3 had found an IPL team after seven long years. The last time Pujara played the IPL was in 2014 and since then the right-hander has been going unsold in every auction barring this one.

Pujara's wait to return to the IPL will come to an end on April 9 when the 14th edition of the Indian Premier League begins. CSK, however will play their first match on April 10 against last year's runner-up Delhi Capitals.

Former India spinner Pragyan Ojha, however, believes Pujara will have to wait longer as he doesn't the right-hander making it to the CSK XI...