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Auction ends for IPL 2020, Pat Cummins is the most expensive player, which team bought?

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Auction of players for IPL 2020 is over. Pat Cummins became the most expensive player of this season for Australia. Kolkata bought this pesar for a huge amount of 15 crore 50 lakhs. In this way he became the most expensive foreign player in IPL history. This time the uncapped players were placed in the auction in three different base prices, which included three new categories of 20 lakh, 30 lakh and 40 lakh. Earlier it was 10 lakhs, 20 lakhs and 30 lakhs, whereas, capped players were kept in 5 different base prices, in this it is 50 lakhs, 75 lakhs, 1 crore, 1.5 crores and two crores.

live update

09:14 PM, 19-DEC-2019

Players sold for more than 5 crores

Players sold for more than 5 crores

  • Pat Cummins, Pacer, KKR, 15.50 crore
  • Glenn Maxwell, all-rounder, Punjab, 10.75 crores
  • Chris Morris, all-rounder, RCB, 10 million
  • Sheldon Cottrell, Pesar, Punjab, 8.50 crores
  • Nathan Coulter Nile, all-rounder, Mumbai, 8 crores
  • Shimron Hetmyer, batsman, Delhi, 7.75 crores
  • Piyush Chawla, leg-spinner, CSK, 6.75 crores
  • Sam Karan, all-rounder, Chennai Super Kings, 5.50 crores
  • Eoin Morgan, batsman, KKR, 5.25 crore
  • Marcus Stoinis, all-rounder, Delhi, 4.80 crores

08:22 PM, 19-DEC-2019

Indian paceman Vinay Kumar did not sell. Usuru Udana was bought by RCB for 50 lakhs. Tom Karan was bought by Rajasthan for 1 crore. Nikhil Naik was bought by KKR for 20 lakhs. Lalit Yadav was bought by Delhi for 20 lakhs. Shahbaz Ahmed was bought by RCB for 20 lakhs. Andrew Tye was bought by Rajasthan for 1 crore. Dale Steyn was bought by RCB for 2 crores. Mark Wood did not sell. AAP Sai Kishore was bought by CSK for 20 lakhs. Tushar Deshpande was bought by Delhi for 20 lakhs.

08:17 PM, 19-DEC-2019

Kaiserik Williams who teased Kohli did not sell

Sanjay Yadav was bought by Hyderabad for 20 lakhs. Prince Balwant Rai Singh was bought by Mumbai for 20 lakhs. Mumbai bought Digvijay Deshmukh for 20 lakhs. Rajasthan was bought by 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

08:15 PM, 19-DEC-2019

English paceman Chris Jordan sold for 3 crores

England fast bowler Chris Jordan has been bought by Kings XI Punjab team for Rs 3 crore. His base price was just Rs 75 lakh. Earlier, he was part of the Sunrisers Hyderabad team.

08:11 PM, 19-DEC-2019

Australia’s Ken Richardson sold for 4 crores

Australian fast bowler Ken Richardson will play for Royal Challengers Bangalore for Rs 4 crore, having played his last IPL for RCB in 2016.
08:09 PM, 19-DEC-2019

IPL’s oldest player Pravin Tambe bought by Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs 20 lakh

08:07 PM, 19-DEC-2019

 Tajinder Dhillon was bought by Punjab for 20 lakhs. James Pattison, Yudhveer Charak and Liam Plunkett did not sell.

08:02 PM, 19-DEC-2019

Caribbean Players

If the Caribbean player Jason Holder was not sold, Fabian Allen was bought by Hyderabad and Pacer Ocean Thomas was bought by Rajasthan for 50 lakhs.

07:59 PM, 19-DEC-2019
Bought another good KKR. English young batsman Tom Banton was bought by KKR for a base price of 10 million.
07:58 PM, 19-DEC-2019

These players sold in base prize

Chris Green was bought by KKR for 20 lakhs, Joshua Philip was bought by RCB for 20 lakhs. Mohsin Khan was bought by Mumbai for 20 lakhs. These three players were sold in their base prizes.

07:42 PM, 19-DEC-2019
Ayush Badoni, Praveen Dubey, Shams Mulani, Shahbaz Ahmed, Nikhil Naik, Rahul Shukla, Tom Karan and Sandeep Bawanka were not sold.
07:34 PM, 19-DEC-2019

How much money is left in the purse of which franchise?

06:51 PM, 19-DEC-2019

Neesham of Punjab

All-rounder James Neesham, who played a key role for New Zealand in the World Cup 2019, was bought by Kings XI Punjab for a base prize of 50 lakhs.

06:47 PM, 19-DEC-2019
Left-arm fast bowler Mustafizur Rahman, Caribbean paceman Alzari Joseph, English paceman Mark Wood, Indian fast bowler Barinder Saran, Enrich Nortje, Kangaroo all-rounder Ben Cutting, Indian player Rishi Dhawan were bought by none.
06:42 PM, 19-DEC-2019
Australian pacer Josh Hazlewood was joined by Dhoni’s team Chennai Super Kings. Hazlewood was bought for his base price of 2 crores.
 
06:32 PM, 19-DEC-2019
Martin Guptill, who scored a double century in one-day, Kiwi batsman Colin Munro, Australian all-rounder Marcus Stoinis also found no buyers.

06:31 PM, 19-DEC-2019
Caribbean all-rounder Carlos Brathwaite, Colin Ingram, Indian batsman Manoj Tiwari did not sell.
06:28 PM, 19-DEC-2019

Indian all-rounder Saurabh Tiwari and English batsman David Miller were sold in their base prizes. Mumbai added Tiwari for 50 lakhs while Miller added Rajasthan for 75 lakhs.

06:26 PM, 19-DEC-2019
Caribbean Capitals batsman Shimron Hetmyer, who had tasted defeat to the Indian team in the first one-day, was joined by Delhi Capitals for 7.75 million. Hetmeyer’s base prize was 5 million.
06:12 PM, 19-DEC-2019

Youngest player of IPL not sold

No franchise expressed confidence in Afghanistan’s 14-year-old spinner Noor Ahmed.

06:11 PM, 19-DEC-2019
Leg-spinner Ravi Bishnoi was beaten by Kings XI Punjab for Rs 2 crore. The team director Anil Kumble exuded confidence over the leg-spinner.
05:58 PM, 19-DEC-2019
Pacer Ishaan Porel, who was part of the Prithvi Shaw-led Under-19 World Cup squad, was bought by Punjab for 20 lakhs. Riley Meredith did not sell.
05:57 PM, 19-DEC-2019

Karthik Tyagi bought by Rajasthan for 1.30 crores. Akash Singh was bought by Rajasthan at his base price of 20 lakhs.

05:48 PM, 19-DEC-2019

These uncapped players did not sell

No one bought Prabhasimran Singh, KS Bharat, Kedar Deodhar, Shah Rukh Khan, Padan Deshpande, Daniel Symes, Ankush Bains, Vishnu Vinod and Prabhasimran. Anuj Rawat with a base price of 20 lakhs was bought by Rajasthan for 80 lakhs.
 
05:43 PM, 19-DEC-2019

Young Mumbai batsman Yashasvi Jaiswal was bought by Rajasthan Royals for Rs 2 crore 40 lakh. Every team expressed their desire to buy Yashasvi, who scored a double century in the Vijay Hazare Trophy, but Rajasthan was successful. Coming from a very poor family, Yashsvi had a base prize of 20 lakhs.

05:36 PM, 19-DEC-2019

KKR bought Varun Chakraborty

Varun Chakraborty, who was last sold for Rs 8.40 crore, was bought by Kolkata Knight Riders this time for 4 crore. Varun, who specializes in bowling seven different types of balls, was released from his team this time by Punjab, after which KKR included him in Piyush Chawla’s replacement team.
05:33 PM, 19-DEC-2019

U-19 Indian captain becomes millionaire

Priyam Garg, who was selected as the captain of the Indian team for the Under-19 World Cup, was bought by Sunrisers Hyderabad for 1 crore 90 lakhs. Priyam’s base prize was also 20 lakhs.

05:32 PM, 19-DEC-2019
Virat Singh, with a base price of 20 lakhs, was bought by Sunrisers Hyderabad for 1 crore 90 lakhs. Virat is a brilliant left-handed batsman.
05:29 PM, 19-DEC-2019
Rahul Tripathi, who contributed significantly with the bat for Rajasthan Royals for the last few seasons, was bought by KKR for 60 lakhs. His base prize was 2 million.
05:27 PM, 19-DEC-2019

Uncapped Indian players in third round

The first player Manjot Kalra did not find a buyer. Even Rohan Kadam did not sell. Harpreet Bhatia also remained unsold.
05:15 PM, 19-DEC-2019
Kiwi fast bowler Team Saudi, Afghan bowler Zaheer Khan, Kiwi spinner Ish Sodhi, Afghan bowler Zaheer Khan, Caribbean Hayden Walsh, Kangaroo spinner Adam Jampa did not find any buyers.
05:10 PM, 19-DEC-2019

Piyush Chawla gets huge amount

Piyush Chawla, who was a member of the 2011 World Cup winning Indian team, was bought by Chennai Super Kings for 6 crore 75 lakhs. The leg spinner released from KKR had a base price of 10 million.

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05:04 PM, 19-DEC-2019

Sheldon Cottrell’s Salute to Punjab

Caribbean pacer Sheldon Cottrell, who celebrated wicket taking by salute, was bought by Kings XI Punjab. Cottrell with a base price of 50 lakhs will get 8 crore 50 lakhs.
05:02 PM, 19-DEC-2019

Nathan Coulter Nile becomes ‘Mumbaikar’

Mumbai bought Nathan Coulter Nile, an Australian pacer with a base price of 1 crore, for a huge sum of 8 crores.
04:59 PM, 19-DEC-2019

Unadkat again near Rajasthan

Indian fast bowler Jaydev Unadkat once again with Rajasthan Royals. Rajasthan bought a tener base prize of Rs 1 crore.

04:57 PM, 19-DEC-2019
South African fast bowler Dale Steyn, Indian paceman Mohit Sharma were also not sold.
04:46 PM, 19-DEC-2019
Nobody bought wicketkeepers like Henrich Klassen, Mushfiqur Rahim, Naman Ojha and Kusal Perera.
04:45 PM, 19-DEC-2019

Starting with wicketkeeper in second round

Australian wicketkeeper Alex Carrie, with a base price of 50 lakhs, was bought by Delhi for 20 million rupees.
04:35 PM, 19-DEC-2019

First round names of Australian players

First round auction completed. The first round was completely named after the Australian players. Pacer Pat Cummins became the most expensive player with 15 crore 50 lakhs while allrounder Glenn Maxwell with a base prize of 2 crores was bought for 10 crores 75 lakhs. The third Australian player and captain Aaron Finch was bought by Virat Kohli-led RBC for 40 million 40 lakhs. His base prize was 1 crore.
04:26 PM, 19-DEC-2019

Stuart Binny remained unsold. He was released by Rajasthan Royals from his team.

04:23 PM, 19-DEC-2019
Veteran South African all-rounder Chris Morris was bought by RCB for 100 million.

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04:20 PM, 19-DEC-2019

Sam Karan bought by CSK

Last year, young English all-rounder Sam Karan, who made a hat-trick for Kings XI, was bought by Chennai Super Kings for 50 million rupees.

How much money in purse for which team?

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)
02:54 PM, 19-DEC-2019

In which base prize how many players?

Rs 2 crore: 7 players
Rs 1.5 crore: 10 players
Rs 1 crore: 23 players
Rs 75 lakh: 16 players
Rs 50 lakh: 79 players
Rs 40 lakh: 5 players
Rs 30 lakh: 5 players
Rs 20 lakh: 187 players
02:30 PM, 19-DEC-2019

Countdown starts

02:11 PM, 19-DEC-2019

Punjab richest, Mumbai has the least money

Only 73 players out of 338 players will be able to play in IPL 2020. Kings XI Punjab has the highest Rs 42.70 crore to buy players. At the same time, the defending champions Mumbai Indians have the least Rs 13.05 crores.

02:01 PM, 19-DEC-2019
Indian cricketers Vinay Kumar, Ashok Dinda, Robin Bisht and Sanjay Yadav are among the newly inducted players. At the same time, the names of Matthew Wade and Jack Weatherreld have been included in the foreign players. The IPL has put four foreign players Chris Lynn, Dale Steyn, Sam Karan, Kesrik Williams and two Indian cricketers Yusuf Pathan and Piyush Chawla in the top draw for the auction.
01:57 PM, 19-DEC-2019

Number of players increased just before auction

Six new players have been added to the pool on Thursday, just one day before the auction. After which the number has now increased from 332 to 338. Initially 997 players registered. This was shortened after the list of selected players from eight franchises, after which the number of players was reduced to 332. Now six new names have been added to the auction list, after which now 338 players have joined the pool. These new six players also include four Indian players and two foreign players.
01:30 PM, 20-DEC-2019

Auction ends for IPL 2020, Pat Cummins is the most expensive player, which team bought?

Players will bid for the IPL’s 13th season in Kolkata from 3:30 pm today. This time the auction is special in many ways. We will give you instant updates. Which team bought which player? Who was the highest bidder and which player got frustrated? Every LIVE update of IPL 2020 auction. Just stay with us …

Indian Premier League Season-11 Auction Teams 2020

 

VIVO IPL 2018 Teams Names
(1) Mumbai Indians
(2) Chennai Super Kings
(3) Kolkata Knight Riders
(4) Delhi Dare Devils
(5) Rajasthan Royals
(6) KingsXI Punjab
(7) Royal Challengers Bangalore
(8) Sunrisers Hyderabad

 




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