The auction of players for IPL2021 is going to be held in Chennai today. The auction, which starts at 3 pm, will see bids to fill 61 seats. This includes 164 Indian, 124 foreign and three players from associate countries.
Base prices for uncapped players are now fixed at Rs 20, 30 and 40 lakh, while capped players are priced at Rs 5 lakh, Rs 75 lakh, Rs 1 crore, Rs 1.5 crore and Rs 2 crore respectively. Capped players are those who are playing for the country in any one of the international formats from Tests, ODIs, T20s.
The maximum and minimum number of players in a team
All franchises can have a maximum of 25 and a minimum of 18 players in their team. Any team can have a maximum of 8 foreign players. At present, Royal Challengers Bengaluru has a minimum of 14 players and Sunrisers Hyderabad has a maximum of 22 players, which means that RCB will have to buy at least 4 players in the auction. While SRH can buy a maximum of 3 players.
The highest rupee in Punjab’s purse to buy players
The salary purse (budget) of the franchise in this season of IPL has remained the same as last season at Rs 85 crore, which means that the salary budget has not increased this time due to Corona, while in 2019 the budget was Rs 80 crore and in 2018 it was Rs 66 crore. This time, Punjab has the highest amount of Rs 53.20 crore to buy players. Under the rule, the minimum cost of a team should be Rs 60 crore, which means the value of the salary cap is 75 per cent.
Right to Match Card (RTM Card) can be used
Through the Right to Match card, the franchise can return its old players to the auction. For that, he will have to pay the highest bid on the player in the auction. The Rajasthan Royals, for example, have not returned Steve Smith this season. If a franchisee has placed the highest bid on him during the auction, Rajasthan can bring him to their team using the RTM card. A maximum of 5 players can be retained by the franchisee (RTM card).
5 England players in a slot with a base price of 20 million
Players with a base price of Rs 2 crore include India’s Harbhajan Singh and Kedar Jadhav. The list also includes Australian players Glenn Maxwell and Steve Smith. England’s top five players – Moin Ali, Sam Billings, Liam Plunkett, Jason Roy and Mark Wood – made the list. One name is Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan.
Apart from Maxwell and Shakib, Kyle Jamieson could also be a big bidder this time around. Among the uncapped Indian players, the franchise could also put money on Kerala’s Mohammad Azharuddin and Sachin Tendulkar’s son Arjun. These 5 players can shock everyone
Retained players: David Warner, Johnny Bairstow, Ken Williamson, Abhishek Sharma, Basil Thampi, Vijay Shankar, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Manish Pandey, Mohammad Nabi, Rashid Khan, Sandeep Sharma, Shahbaz Nadeem, Shrivats Goswami, Siddharth Kulth Riddhiman Saha, Abdul Samad, Mitchell Marsh, Priyam Garg, Virat Singh.
Right to Match Card (RTM Card) can be used
How much money is in the purse of IPL franchise? The following is a list of players announced by various franchises ahead of the 2021 auction of the Indian Premier League. With the release of the players there is now a lot of money in the team’s purse.
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Chris Morris became wealthy
Chris Morris, the South African bowler with a base price of Rs 75 lakh, was showered with money, teams rushed to buy him, Rajasthan Royals bought him for Rs 16.25 crore, Chris Morris became the most expensive player in IPL history.
Uncapped Player Lottery
That. Gautam was bought by Chennai Super Kings for Rs 9.25 crore which turned out to be the most expensive uncapped player with a base price of just Rs 20 lakh.
This player was the most expensive in the second season
Australia’s young fast bowler Jay Richardson was bought by the Punjab Kings for Rs 14 crore, leaving the second season in the hands of the bowlers.
No one bought Harbhajan Singh
By the end of the second season, there were many players who were not interested in being bought by any team, including Sheldon Cottrell, Adil Rashid, Rahul Sharma, Mujib Ur Rehman, Harbhajan Singh, Ish Sodhi and Case Ahmed.
These players remained unsold in the second session of the auction
Glenn Phillips unsold, Alex Carey unsold 1.50 crore base price, England Sam Billings 2 crore base price unsold, Sri Lanka’s Kushal Perera 50 lakh base price unsold.
Tweak Kedar Jadhav
After the Chennai Super Kings were released from the team this year, no team showed interest in buying Kedar Jadhav.
Australia’s Aaron Finch and the Indian team’s Hanuma Vihari Unsold, neither team showed interest in these two players.
Delhi Capital bought Steve Smith for Rs 2.20 crore. Smith was in the Rajasthan team last year and was released to Rajasthan this year. The auction of players for IPL 2021 has started, with Karun Nair and Alex Hales unsold in the opening bid. Karun Nair’s base price was Rs 50 lakh.
Yuvraj Singh’s record intact for 6 years
The auction for IPL 2021 is going to start at 3 pm today. Let’s take a look at the most expensive players in the IPL. Yuvraj Singh tops the list of most expensive players in the history of the IPL. Yuvraj Singh’s record has not been broken yet. Yuvraj was bought by the Delhi Daredevils 6 years ago for Rs 16 crore. The record amount has not been received by any player since then