All you need to know about IPL 2017 Auction (IPL-10)

IPL Auction is set to take place on 20th February 2017 in Bangalore and all 8 teams are eyeing to fetch good players to make their combinations. All 8 teams started with Rs. 66 crore budget for 2016 IPL season but with retaining players they have already spent part of it. Here is the details on what is left for every team to spend in IPL auction 2016.

Delhi Daredevils

Money spent: Rs. 42.9 crores

Balance purse: Rs. 23.1 crores

Total Players in the squad: 17

Overseas players in the squad: 5

Kings XI Punjab

Money spent: Rs. 42.65 crores

Balance purse: Rs. 23.135crores

Total Players in the squad: 19

Overseas players in the squad: 5

Kolkata Knight Riders

Money spent: Rs. 46.25 crores

Balance purse: Rs. 19.75 crores

Total Players in the squad: 14

Overseas players in the squad: 4

Mumbai Indians

Money spent: Rs. 54.44 crores

Balance purse: Rs. 11.55 crores

Total Players in the squad: 20

Overseas players in the squad: 6

Royal Challengers Bangalore

Money spent: Rs. 53.175 crores

Balance purse: Rs. 12.825 crores

Total Players in the squad: 20

Overseas players in the squad: 8

Sunrisers Hyderabad

Money spent: Rs. 45.1 crores

Balance purse: Rs. 20.9 crores

Total Players in the squad: 17

Overseas players in the squad: 5

Rising Pune Supergiants

Money spent: Rs. 48.5 crores

Balance purse: Rs. 17.5 crores

Total Players in the squad: 17

Overseas players in the squad: 5

Gujarat Lions

Money spent: Rs. 51.65 crores

Balance purse: Rs. 14.35 crores

Total Players in the squad: 16

Overseas players in the squad: 6

India paceman Ishant Sharma, England’s limited overs skipper Eoin Morgan and former Australia pace spearhead Mitchell Johnson are among 7 players who have listed themselves at the highest base price of Rs 2 crore (approx USD 298,000) for the Indian Premier League (IPL 10) players auction. 

The INR 1.5 crore bracket has England’s Johnny Bairstow, New Zealand’s Trent Boult, Australia’s Nathan Lyon and Brad Haddin, South African Kyle Abott and Jason Holder of the West Indies.There are 160 capped players from eight countries – leaving out Bangladesh and Pakistan – and 639 from India, Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, Sri Lanka and West Indies. This will be the final year of IPL before the teams overhaul their squads for the 2018 season. The existing player contracts will expire after this season of the league and most players are expected to go under the hammer at a mega auction ahead of the 2018 season.

 

 

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