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IPL auction 2020 updates: 8 teams bought 62 players, Cummins was the most expensive, see complete list

IPL auction 2020 updates: 8 teams bought 62 players, Cummins was the most expensive, see complete list

VIVO Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 Player Auction: Players auction in Kolkata for IPL 2020 season is over.




  • 13th edition of IPL auction held in Kolkata
  • Pat Cummins most expensive, KKR bought for 15.50 crores

The players’ auction ended in Kolkata for the IPL 2020 season. Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins has been the most expensive player in the IPL-2020 auction. Cummins was bought by two-time winner Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs 15.5 crore. With this, he has become the most expensive player in IPL history. Cummins released a video and expressed happiness at coming back with the Knight Riders.

He said, “I am very excited to be associated with Kolkata Knight Riders again. I was here a few years ago. I am excited to work with Brandon.” Cummins has played for the Knight Riders in the 2014 season. That season, however, he played only one match. Cummins has become a big name in the last three years.

In the IPL, Cummins has played in Delhi Daredevils in 2017. Last season, he went to Mumbai Indians for Rs 5.4 crore but dropped out due to injury. With this, Cummins became the most expensive foreign player in IPL history. He beat Ben Stokes. Stokes was picked by Rising Pune Supergiants for 14.50 crores. Cummins came with a base price of 20 million.

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Players sold for more than 5 crores

1. Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins bought by KKR for 15.50 crores

2. Punjab bought Glenn Maxwell for Rs. 10.75 crores

3. South Africa all-rounder Chris Morris bought by RCB for 10 crores

4. West Indies player Sheldon Cottrell bought by Punjab for 8.50 crores

5. Australian all-rounder Nathan Kuppler Nile bought by Mumbai for 8 crores

6. Delhi bought Shimron Hetmyer with a base price of 50 lakhs for 7.75 crores

7. CSK bought Piyush Chawla for 6.75 crores

8. England’s Sam Karan bought by Chennai Super Kings for 5.50 crores

9. England captain Eoin Morgan bought by KKR for 5.25 crores

Players sold for between 5 crores to 1 crores

1. Marcus Stoinis bought by Delhi for 4.80 crores2. Aaron Finch bought by RCB for Rs 4.40 crore

3. All-rounder Varun Chakraborty bought by KKR for 4 crores

4. Robin Uthappa bought by Rajasthan for Rs 3 crore

5. Rajasthan Royals bought Jaydev Unadkat with a base price of 1 crore for 3 crores

6. Yashasvi Jaiswal bought by Rajasthan Royals for 2.40 crores

7. Australian player Alex Carrie bought by Delhi Capitals for 2.40 crores

8. Ken Richardson bought by RCB for 4 crores

9. Robin Uthappa bought by Rajasthan Royals for Rs 3 crore

10. Punjab bought Chris Jordan for 3 crores

11. Dale Steyn bought by RCB for 2 crores

12. Punjab bought Ravi Vishwanoi with a base price of 20 lakhs for 2 crores

13. Chris Lynn bought by Mumbai Indians for a base price of Rs 2 crore

14. Hyderabad bought Michel Marsh with a base price of 2 crores for 2 crores

15. Josh Hazlewood bought by CSK for 2 crores

16. Sunrisers Hyderabad bought by Virat Singh for 1.9 Crore

17. Priyam Garg bought by Sunrisers Hyderabad for 1.9 Crore

18. Jason Roy bought by Delhi Capitals for Rs 1.50 crore

19. Chris Woakes bought by Delhi Capitals for Rs 1.5 crore

20. Karthik Tyagi bought by Rajasthan for 1.30 crores

21. Tom Banton bought by KKR for 1 crore

22. Andrew Tye bought by Rajasthan for 1 crore

23. Tom Karan bought by Rajasthan for 1 crore

Players sold for less than 1 crore

1. Rajasthan bought Anuj Rawat with a base price of 20 lakhs for 80 lakhs

2. David Miller bought for Rajasthan 75 lakhs

3. Punjab bought Prabhasimran Singh for 55 lakhs

4. Saurabh Tiwari bought by Mumbai for 50 lakhs

5. Fabian Allen was bought by Hyderabad for 50 lakhs

6. New Zealand player James Neesham bought by Punjab for 50 lakhs

7. Rajasthan bought Oshen Thomas for 50 lakhs

8. Delhi bought Mohit Sharma for 50 lakhs

9. Usuru Udana bought by RCB for 50 lakhs

11. Rahul Tripathi bought by KKR for 40 lakhs

12. Akash Singh bought by Rajasthan at his base price of 20 lakhs

13. Ishaan Porel bought by Punjab for 20 lakhs

14. M Siddharth bought by KKR for 20 lakhs

15. KKR bought Chris Green for 20 lakhs

16. Joshua Philip bought by RCB for 20 lakhs

17. Mumbai bought Mohsin Khan for 20 lakhs

18. Praveen Copper bought by KKR for 20 lakhs

19. Tajinder Dhillon bought by Punjab for 20 lakhs

20. Hyderabad bought Abdul Samad for 20 lakhs

21. Rajasthan bought Anirudh Joshi for 20 lakhs

22. Mumbai bought Digvijay Deshmukh for 20 lakhs

23. Prince Balwant Rai Singh bought by Mumbai for 20 lakhs

24. Sanjay Yadav bought by Hyderabad for 20 lakhs

25. Pawan Deshpande bought by RCB for 20 lakhs

26. Tushar Deshpande bought by Delhi for 20 lakhs

27. CSK bought you Sai Kishore for 20 lakhs

28. Delhi sold to Lalit Yadav for 20 lakhs

29. Shahbaz Ahmed bought by RCB for 20 lakhs

30. Nikhil Naik bought by KKR for 20 lakhs

Let us know that the player who has played for his country’s team in any format of Test, ODI and T20 falls in the capped category. At the same time, Uncapped means a player who has not played in any of the three categories for his country.

This time the uncapped players were placed in the auction in three different base prices, which includes three new categories of 20 lakh, 30 lakh and 40 lakh. Earlier it was 10 lakh, 20 lakh and 30 lakh. At the same time, the capped players were kept in 5 different base prices. There are 50 lakhs, 75 lakhs, 1 crores, 1.5 crores and two crores.

IPL Auction 2020 Live Updates…

– Vinay Kumar not sold

– Usuru Udana bought by RCB for 50 lakhs

– Tom Karan bought by Rajasthan for 1 crore

– KKR bought Nikhil Naik for 20 lakhs

– Delhi bought Lalit Yadav for 20 lakhs

– Shahbaz Ahmed bought by RCB for 20 lakhs

– Andrew Tye bought by Rajasthan for 1 crore

– Dale Steyn bought by RCB for 2 crores

– Mark Wood not sold

– Marcus Stoinis bought by Delhi for 4.80 crores

– Ben Cutting and Colin Manro not sold

– CSK bought you Sai Kishore for 20 lakhs

– Tushar Deshpande bought by Delhi for 20 lakhs

– Prabhasimran Singh bought by Punjab for 55 lakhs

– K. Ace Bharat did not sell

– Pawan Deshpande bought by RCB for 20 lakhs

– Rohan Kadam, Daniel Symes and Shah Rukh Khan did not sell in other sessions as well

– Andrew Ty and Dale Steyn not sold

– Colin de Gronholm and Kusal Perera not sold

– Sanjay Yadav bought by Hyderabad for 20 lakhs

– Prince Balwant Rai Singh bought by Mumbai for 20 lakhs

– Mumbai bought Digvijay Deshmukh for 20 lakhs

– Rajasthan bought Anirudh Joshi for 20 lakhs

– Nathan Ellis, George Garten, Vaibhav Arora, Saurabh Dubey and Kaiserik Williams were not sold

– Hyderabad bought Abdul Samad for 20 lakhs

Sujit Nayak not sold

– Tajinder Dhillon bought by Punjab for 20 lakhs

– James Pattison, Yudhveer Charak and Liam Plunkett did not sell

– KKR bought Praveen copper for 20 lakhs

– Sumit Kumar, Kuldeep Sen and Aryan Juyal were not sold

– Rajasthan bought Oshen Thomas for 50 lakhs

– Ken Richardson bought by RCB for 4 crores

– Usuro Udana, Matt Henry and Shaun Abbott not sold

– Punjab bought Chris Jordan for 3 crores

– Jason Holder not sold

– Fabian Allen was bought by Hyderabad for 50 lakhs

– KKR bought Tom Banton for 1 crore

– Mumbai bought Mohsin Khan for 20 lakhs

–  Joshua Philip bought by RCB for 20 lakhs

– KKR bought Chris Green for 20 lakhs

– Ayush Badoni, Praveen Dubey, Shams Mulani, Shahbaz Ahmed, Nikhil Naik, Rahul Shukla, Tom Karan and Sandeep Bawanka were not sold

Players sold for more than 5 crores in the first session

1. Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins bought by KKR for 15.50 crores

2. Punjab bought Glenn Maxwell for Rs. 10.75 crores

3. South Africa all-rounder Chris Morris bought by RCB for 10 crores

4. West Indies player Sheldon Cottrell bought by Punjab for 8.50 crores

5. Australian all-rounder Nathan Kuppler Nile bought by Mumbai for 8 crores

6. CSK bought Piyush Chawla for 6.75 crores

7. Sam Karan of England bought by Chennai Super Kings for 5.50 crores

8. England captain Eoin Morgan bought by KKR for 5.25 crores

Players who sold in the amount of 5 crores to 1 crores in the first session

1. Aaron Finch bought by RCB for Rs 4.40 crore

2. All-rounder Varun Chakraborty bought by KKR for 4 crores

3. Jaydev Unadkat with base price of 1 crore bought by Rajasthan Royals for 3 crore

4. Yashasvi Jaiswal bought by Rajasthan Royals for 2.40 crores

5. Australian player Alex Carrie bought by Delhi Capitals for 2.40 crores

6. Robin Uthappa bought by Rajasthan Royals for Rs 3 crore

7. Punjab bought Ravi Vishwanoi with a base price of 20 lakhs for 2 crores

8. Mumbai Indians bought Chris Lynn for a base price of Rs 2 crore

9. Virat Singh bought by Sunrisers Hyderabad for 1.9 crores

10. Priyam Garg bought by Sunrisers Hyderabad for 1.9 Crore

12. Chris Woakes bought by Delhi Capitals for Rs 1.5 crore

13. Karthik Tyagi bought by Rajasthan for 1.30 crores

Players sold for less than one crore in the first session

1. Rajasthan bought Anuj Rawat with a base price of 20 lakhs for 80 lakhs

2. Punjab bought Deepak Hooda for 50 lakhs

3. Rahul Tripathi bought by KKR for 40 lakhs

4. Akash Singh bought by Rajasthan at his base price of 20 lakhs

5. Ishaan Porel bought by Punjab for 20 lakhs

6. M Siddharth bought by KKR for 20 lakhs

First session update ….

– Adam Mille did not sell

– Josh Hazlewood bought by CSK for 2 crores

– Mark Wood, Honrique Nortje, Alzari Joseph, Mustafizur Rahman and Barinder Stran

– New Zealand player James Neesham bought by Punjab for 50 lakhs

– Andile Felucquio, Rishi Dhawan, Australian players Ben Cutting and Colin Munro not sold

– Hyderabad bought Michel Marsh with a base price of 2 crores for 2 crores

– Manoj Tiwari, Martin Guptill, Carlos Brathwaite, Colin Ingram and Marcus Stoinis with a base price of 1 crore did not sell

– Saurabh Tiwari bought by Mumbai for 50 lakhs

– David Miller bought in Rajasthan 75 lakhs

– Evin Lewis with a base price of 1 crore did not sell

– Delhi bought Shimron Hetmyer with base price of 50 lakhs for 7.75 crores

5 most expensive uncapped players

Talking about the most expensive uncapped players this time, all-rounder Varun Chakraborty has proved to be the most expensive so far. KKR has bought them for 4 crores. At the same time, Yashasvi Jaiswal, with a base price of 20 lakhs, was bought by Rajasthan Royals for 2.40 crores. Ravi Vishnoi is the third most expensive player in the auction so far. Punjab bought Ravi Vishwanoi with a base price of 20 lakhs for 2 crores. At the same time, Sunrisers Hyderabad bought Virat Singh for 1.9 crores and Priyam Garg for 1.9 crores.

Nobody bought R Sai Kishore with base price of 20 lakhs and Noor Ahmed with base price of 30 lakhs

– Nobody bought R Sai Kishore with base price of 20 lakhs

– Punjab bought Ravi Vishwanoy with base price of 20 lakhs for 2 crores

KKR bought M Siddharth for 20 lakhs

– Riley Meredith, sold not long Sudeshn and Casey Cariappa, 20 million base price

– Ishaan Porel bought by Punjab for 20 lakhs

– Karthik Tyagi bought by Rajasthan for 1.30 crores

– Akash Singh bought by Rajasthan at his base price of 20 lakhs

– Kedar Deoghar, KS Bharat, Ankush Bains, Vishnu Vinod, Kulwant Khejroliya, Tushar Deshpande and Prabhasimran Singh were not sold

– Anuj Rawat with base price of 20 lakhs bought by Rajasthan for 80 lakhs

– Padan Deshpande did not sell , his base price was 20 lakhs

– Daniel Samms did not sell, his base price was 20 lakhs

– Yashasvi Jaiswal bought by Rajasthan Royals for 2.40 crores

– KKR bought all-rounder Varun Chakraborty for 4 crores

– Punjab bought Deepak Hooda for 50 lakhs

– Priyam Garg bought by Sunrisers Hyderabad for 1.9 Crore

– Virat Singh bought by Sunrisers Hyderabad for 1.9 Crore

– Rahul Tripathi bought by KKR for 40 lakhs

– Harpreet Bhatia remains unsold

– Rohan Kadam did not sell

– Nobody bought Manjot Kalra

Money rained on these players

So far, three players have been bought in the amount of 10 crores or more. At the same time, two players were bought for an amount of 8 crores or more. Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins was bought by KKR for 15.50 crores. Glen Maxwell has been bought by Punjab for 10.75 crores and Chris Morris for 10 crores by RCB. Apart from these, Sheldon Cottrell of West Indies has been bought by Punjab for 8.50 crores and Mumbai Indians has bought Nathan Coulter Nile for 8 crores.

– Nobody bought Zaheer Khan, his base price was 50 lakh rupees

– Hayden Walsh did not sell, his base price was 50 lakh rupees

Nobody bought Adam Jampa, his base price was 1.5 crores

– Ish Sodhi not sold

– Piyush Chawla bought by CSK for 6.75 crores

– West Indies player Sheldon Cottrell bought by Punjab for 8.50 crores

– New Zealand veteran fast bowler Tim Southee not sold

– Australian all-rounder Nathan Kuppler Nile bought by Mumbai for 8 crores

– Australian player Andrew Tye with base price of 10 million not sold

– Jaydev Unadkat with base price of 1 crore bought by Rajasthan Royals for 3 crores

– Dale Steyn with base price of 2 crores not sold

– Mohit Sharma with base price of 50 lakhs did not sell

– West Indies player She Hope was not sold

– Sri Lankan player Kusal Perera did not sell, his base price was 50 lakhs

– Indian player Naman Ojha did not sell, his base price was 50 lakhs

– Mushfiqur Rahim with base price of 75 lakhs did not sell

– Heinrich Klassen did not sell, his base price was 5 million

– Australian player Alex Carrie bought by Delhi Capitals for 2.40 crores

Three players have so far been bought in an amount of 10 crores or more. In this, RCB was bought by South Africa allrounder Chris Morris for 10 crores. At the same time, Australian player Glenn Maxwell has been bought by Punjab for Rs 10.75 crore and Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins has been bought by KKR for 15.50 crore.

– Stuart Binny remained unsold

– RCB bought by South Africa all-rounder Chris Morris for 10 crores

– Sam Karan of England bought by Chennai Super Kings for 5.50 crores

– Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins bought by KKR for 15.50 crores

– Yusuf Pathan and Colin de Grandholm remain unsold

– Chris Woakes bought by Delhi Capitals for Rs 1.5 crore

Punjab bought Glenn Maxwell for Rs. 10.75 crores

 

RCB bought Aeron Finch for Rs 4.40 crore

-Jason Roy bought by Delhi Capitals for Rs 1.50 crore

Cheteshwar Pujara and Hanuma Vihari are UNSOLD

-Robin Uthappa bought by Rajasthan Royals for Rs 3 crores

England captain Eoin Morgan bought by KKR for 5.25 crores

-Chris Lynn was bought by Mumbai Indians for a base price of Rs 2 crores

– IPL 2020 Auction started with Chris Lynn.

Robin Uthappa, released from Kolkata Knight Riders, has placed himself in the list of Rs 1.5 crore. He is the only Indian player in this list. Foreign players with the highest base price of Rs 2 crore include Glenn Maxwell of Australia, Chris Lynn, Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Marsh, South African fast bowler Dale Steyn and Sri Lankan batsman Angelo Mathews.

Team  Purse  Players place
 Chennai Super Kings  14.60 crores    5 (including 2 foreign players)
 Delhi capitals  27.85 crores  11 (including 5 foreign players)
 Kings xi punjab  42.70 crores   9 (including 4 foreign players)
 Kolkata Knight Riders  35.65 crores  11 (including 4 foreign players)
 Mumbai Indians  13.05 crore   7 (including 2 foreign players)
 Rajasthan Royals  28.90 crores Rs.  11 (including 4 foreign players)
 Royal Challengers Bangalore  Rs 27.90 crore  12 (including 6 foreign players)
 Sunrisers Hyderabad  17.00 crores   7 (including 2 foreign players)

IPL Auction: Click here for Players List

These players will be watching

Australian fast bowler Josh Hazlewood has not played in the IPL, but he and fellow player Pat Cummins have placed themselves in the list of players with the highest value (Rs 20 million). Cummins has previously represented KKR, Delhi Capitals and Mumbai Indians.

Maxwell recently took a break to deal with mental health. He is back in the auction pool after being eliminated from last season with Australia’s limited-overs format captain Finch. Finch is in the list of players worth one crore rupees. Chris Lynn of Australia released from KKR will be expected to get a good price in this bid.

Indians include Uthappa, Unadkat, Pathan, Chawla …

This time the base price of Robin Uthappa is the highest among Indian players in the auction at Rs 1.5 crore. Left-arm fast bowler Jaydev Unadkat has a base price of Rs 1 crore. Unadkat was sold at the highest price for the last two seasons. 8.40 crores for Unadkat 2019. 1150 crore for 2018. Was spoken Both times Rajasthan Royals tried their bet on Unadkat. Among other Indian stars Piyush Chawla and Yusuf Pathan have put their base value at Rs 1 crore.




Updated: January 25, 2020 — 7:19 pm

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