Final List of IPL Auctions – Auction on 12-13 February

Final list of IPL auctions: Bidding for 590 players, including 370 Indians and 220 foreigners; Auctioned 12-13 February

This year’s IPL mega auction will be held on February 12 and 13 in Bangalore. On Tuesday, the BCCI released a list of 590 players who will take part in the auction. These players will have 355 uncapped players and 228 capped players. 10 teams will take part in this mega auction for two days. At the same time, players from 6 allied countries will also take part in the auction. 370 Indian and 220 foreign players will participate in the auction.

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Many big players will not take part in this tournament. West Indies legend Chris Gayle did not give his name in the auction. Mitchell Starc of Australia, Sam Curran of England, Ben Stokes, Joffra Archer, Joe Root and Chris Oakes were also not named in the auction.

48 players have set their base price at Tk 2 crore. At the same time, 20 players have set their base price at Rs 1.5 crore. If we talk about the base price of 1 crore, then there are 34 players in this list.

33 players have been retained

33 players have been retained for IPL 2022. 6 teams have retained 26 players. At the same time, 2 new IPL teams have added 6 players to their squad. Lucknow has added KL Rahul to its squad for Rs 17 crore.

As a result, he has become the most expensive player in the history of the IPL. Earlier, former RCB captain Virat Kohli earned just Rs 17 crore from 2018 to 2021 season. Lucknow has also made KL the captain of his team.

This is going to be the first big auction of IPL after 2018. There were a total of 8 teams in the mega auction of IPL 2018. This time 10 teams will take part in the auction. The 10 teams have spent a total of Rs 338 crore for 33 players.

Apart from Ravichandran Ashwin, Shreyas Iyer, Shikhar Dhawan, Ishan Kisan and Suresh Raina from India have Rs 2 crore. At the same time, foreign players include big names like David Warner, Kagiso Rabada, Dwayne Bravo, Pat Cummins, Adam Jampa, Steve Smith, Shakib Al Hasan, Mark Wood, Trent Bolt and Faf du Plessis.

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