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|Nicholas Pooran||Overseas||Wicket Keeper||₹10,75,00,000|
|Faf Du Plessis||Overseas||Batsman||₹7,00,00,000|
|Anuj Rawat||Indian||Wicket Keeper||₹3,40,00,000|
|Dinesh Karthik||Indian||Wicket Keeper||₹5,50,00,000|
|Jitesh Sharma||Indian||Wicket Keeper||₹20,00,000|
|Jonny Bairstow||Overseas||Wicket Keeper||₹6,75,00,000|
|Prabhsimran Singh||Indian||Wicket Keeper||₹60,00,000|
|Ishan Kishan||Indian||Wicket Keeper||₹15,25,00,000|
|Quinton De Kock||Overseas||Wicket Keeper||₹6,75,00,000|
|Ankit Singh Rajpoot||Indian||Bowler||₹50,00,000|
|Sheldon Jackson||Indian||Wicket Keeper||₹60,00,000|
|R. Sai Kishore||Indian||Bowler||₹3,00,00,000|
|K.S. Bharat||Indian||Wicket Keeper||₹2,00,00,000|
|Ambati Rayudu||Indian||Wicket Keeper||₹6,75,00,000|
Chennai Super Kings
Kolkata Knight Riders
Royal Challengers Bangalore
Nepal’s Sandeep Lamichhane is up for the grab, but unfortunately, he fails to attract any buyer and remains unsold. And that concludes the Day 1 auction of IPL 2022.
The 25-year-old straightaway attracts bids from Punjab Kings, Delhi Capitals and Chennai Super Kings. The three teams are looking determined to sign him. And here comes Gujarat Titans to the party. Another late entry from Sunrisers Hyderabad. Punjab Kings are out of the race. And Gujarat Titans sign R Sai Kishore for INR 3 Crore.
And Sunrisers Hyderabad re-sign J Suchith for opening bid of INR 20 Lakh.
Rajasthan Royals straightaway decide to get their spinner back with the opening bid. Sunrisers Hyderabad are battling it hard against the Royals for Shreyas Gopal. Sunrisers Hyderabad pip Rajasthan Royals to buy Shreyas Gopal for 75 Lakh.
The former Rajasthan Royals spinner is up for the grab and its Mumbai Indians again who open the bidding for the uncapped spinners. Kolkata Knight Riders join the battle. And Rajasthan Royals have decided to get their player back. KC Cariappa rejoins Rajasthan Royals for INR 30 Lakh.
No bidder for M Siddharth as he remains unsold.
Indian wicketkeeper-batsman Ishan Kishan became the 2nd-costliest Indian player in IPL History after Mumbai Indians purchased him for Rs 15.25 crore. At the same time, Chennai Super Kings spent a whopping amount of Rs 14 crore to get the services of Deepak Chahar, making him the most expensive Indian bowler.
Among uncapped players, Avesh Khan was purchased by new entrant Lucknow Super Giants for Rs 10 crore while Rahul Tewatia and Shahrukh Khan were bought for Rs 9 crore each, by Gujarat Titans and Punjab Kings respectively.
Most expensive Indian buys at IPL auctions
Yuvraj Singh – 16 crore (Delhi, 2015)
Ishan Kishan – 15.25 crore (MI, 2022)
Yuvraj Singh – 14 crore (RCB, 2014)
Dinesh Karthik – 12.5 crore (Delhi, 2014)
Shreyas Iyer – 12.25 crore (KKR, 2022)
IPL Auction Preview
Hello and welcome to our live coverage of IPL 2022 auction which will be held in Bengaluru over the next two days with 600 players going under the hammer for what will be the biggest auction since 2018, and possibly the last of its kind. The auction starts at 12 PM IST, but you can follow all the build-up to the action right here.
From uncapped domestic Indian cricketers to the biggest names of international cricket, a total of 1214 players had registered for the auction. However, the final list of selected players for the auction has snow narrowed down to 600. Out of which 377 are Indian and 223 are overseas players.
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In addition to the existing 8 teams, two new franchises, Lucknow Super Giants and the Gujarat Titans will also be participating in the auction. Going into the auction, teams were given the option to retain a maximum of four of their existing players. The teams, however, were not allowed to retain more than 3 India and two overseas players. Also, a team can only retain a maximum of two uncapped players in the list.
.Here’s all you need to know about IPL 2022 mega auction:
When will the IPL 2022 mega auction take place?
The IPL 2022 mega auction will take place on February 12 and 13.
Where will the IPL 2022 mega auction take place?
The IPL 2022 auction will take place in Bengaluru.
What time does the IPL 2022 mega auction start?
The live coverage of the IPL 2022 mega auction will begin from 11 am IST on both dates – February 12 and 13.
How and where to watch IPL 2022 mega auction live streaming on TV?
The mega auction will be aired live on Star Sports Network in India.
How to watch IPL 2022 auction live streaming online?
Live streaming of the IPL 2022 auction will be available on the Disney+ Hotstar app and website.
Teams that retained 4 players had to shed Rs 42 crore from their purse of Rs 90 crore for the auction. For their first choice of retention, such teams had to spend Rs 16 crore, the second choice cost them Rs 12 crores whereas the third and fourth choice of players cost them Rs 8 and 6 crores respectively
Similarly to retain three of their existing players, teams had to spend Rs 33 crore of which Rs 15 crore was for their first-choice players and Rs 11 and 7 crore was for the second and third choice respectively.
Preity Zinta co-owned Punjab Kings is the only team to retain two players using the retention option. They retained Mayank Agarwal and uncapped player Asrshdeep Singh as their choice.
Going into the auction, PBKS has the biggest purse of Rs 72 crore for 31 available slots of players. It is followed by Sunrisers Hyderabad which has Rs 68 crore available for auction. Delhi Capitals have the smallest purse with Rs 47.5 crore available for auction.
The Chennai Super Kinds, Delhi Capitals, Kolkata Knight Riders and Mumbai Indians have retained four players each whereas Rajasthan Royals, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Sunrisers Hyderabad have retained three players each.
The new two teams have also signed up three players each ahead of going in the auction. While the Lucknow Supergiants have signed KL Rahul, Marcus Stoinis and Kuldeep Bishnoi, the Gujarat Titans have onboarded Hardik Pandya, Shubman Gill and Rashid Khan