IPL Auction 2017 – All You Need to Know

Just three months left till the  beginning of the cricket extravaganza, IPL. With it’s 10th season starting this summer, teams are all but set to enter the market to brainstorm their way through building a team that would make them the favorites for the trophy. The auction for the 10th season of IPL takes place on 20th Feb in Bangalore.

IPL auctioneer Richard Madley (Image credits: BCCI)

The 2017 VIVO IPL auction is round the corner and all the participating  franchises would have figured out on what their team needs ahead of the 2017 IPL. A total of 140 cricketers including 44 overseas players have been retained by the franchises for 2017 season. As many as 76 cricketers can be picked by all the eight teams in the auction that has more than 300 players going under the hammer. The franchisees have been allotted a purse of 66 crores INR for the auction. The money spent by them in retaining the players will come under the total purse and the franchisees can use the remaining money in the auction. Each team can have a maximum of 27 players out of which 9 can be overseas professionals. It will be broadcasted live on Sony Six. The players available for auctions will be sorted into groups based on their role and are split into pots.

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The auctioneer will announce the player’s name and teams will start bidding for the player starting from the base price. The representatives of the teams will have to raise their team paddle for the bid. The team with the highest bid will get the player.  The bidding will continue till all the other teams back out and the auctioneer calling the player sold. A player will go unsold if none of the teams raise their paddle. The unsold players will come back into the auction after all the players go under the hammer for the first time. The auctioneer will give the teams an option of listing the unsold players they are interested in and will start the bidding war for those players for the second time with the base price of the player slashed to half.

Many star players have been released by their respective teams following the auction. Here is a list of all the players released and the purse of each team that they carry in the auction. All prices are in INR. (* Indicates Oversea Player)

TEAM PLAYERS RETAINED PLAYERS RELEASED PURSE SPENT (RS IN CRORES) BALANCE PURSE (RS IN CRORES)
Delhi Daredevils 18 7 44.500 21.500
Gujarat Lions 16 8 51.650 14.350
Kings XI Punjab 19 4 42.650 23.350
Kolkata Knight Riders 14 9 46.250 19.750
Mumbai Indians 20 8 54.445 11.555
Rising Pune Supergiants 16 11 46.900 19.100
Royal Challengers Bangalore 20 10 53.175 12.825
Sunrisers Hyderabad 17 6 45.100 20.900
Total 140 63 384.670 143.330

Players That Are Released & Their Worth

DELHI DAREDEVILS

The team from national capital have retained 23 players that includes 5 overseas players.

 xhdos1gm_400x400 PRICE
Pawan Negi 85,000,000
Nathan Coulter-Nile* 42,500,000
Imran Tahir* 10,000,000
Joel Paris* 3,000,000
Pawan Suyal 1,000,000
Akhil Herwadkar 1,000,000
Mahipal Lomror 1,000,000
Imraan Tahir
Imraan Tahir

GUJARAT LIONS

Gujarat Lions have retained 22 players

 

PRICE
Dale Steyn* 23,000,000
Eklavya Dwivedi 10,000,000
Pravin Tambe 2,000,000
Paras Dogra 1,000,000
Sarabjeet Ladda 1,000,000
Umang Sharma 1,000,000
Amit Mishra 1,000,000
Aksh Deep Nath 1,000,000
Dale Styen
Dale Steyn


Kings XI Punjab have the highest purse going into the auction as the Preity Zinta-owned franchise has 23.35 crores INR to spend in the auctions while Delhi Daredevils come in the second place with 21.5 crores INR.

Preity Zinta
Preity Zinta

KINGS XI PUNJAB

The team from Chandigarh that has been languishing at the bottom since last two seasons have retained 24 players that includes their core squad.

 
PRICE
Mitchell Johnson* 65,000,000
Rishi Dhawan 30,000,000
Kyle Abbott* 21,000,000
Farhaan Behardien* 3,000,000

Mitchell Johnson
Mitchell Johnson

KOLKATA KNIGHT RIDERS

Two-time Champions, SRK’s Kolkata Knight Riders have retained only 18 players that includes captain Gautam Gambhir, Manish Pandey and Yusuf Pathan among the 14 Indian players retained.

 Image result for kkr PRICE
Morne Morkel* 28,000,000
Jaydev Unadkat 16,000,000
John Hastings* 13,000,000
Shaun Tait* 10,000,000
Jason Holder* 7,000,000
Brad Hogg* 5,000,000
Colin Munro* 3,000,000
Rajagopal Sathish 2,000,000
Manan Sharma 1,000,000

Shaun Tait
Shaun Tait

MUMBAI INDIANS

The 2-time champions Mumbai Indians have retained 26 players, of which 20 are Indians.

 Image result for mumbai indians PRICE
Corey Anderson* 45,000,000
Nathu Singh 32,000,000
Kishore Kamath 14,000,000
Unmukt Chand 7,500,000
Martin Guptill* 5,000,000
Jerome Taylor* 5,000,000
Marchant De Lange* 3,000,000
Akshay Wakhare 1,000,000

Martin Guptill
Martin Guptill

RISING PUNE SUPERGIANTS

The Pink brigade from Pune captained by MS Dhoni have wisefully retained their skipper Ravichandran Ashwin and 21 players in all.

 Image result for rising pune supergiants PRICE
M Ashwin 45,000,000
Ishant Sharma 38,000,000
Kevin Pietersen* 35,000,000
Irfan Pathan 10,000,000
Thisara Perera* 10,000,000
George Bailey* 10,000,000
Saurabh Tiwary 7,300,000
Scott Boland* 5,000,000
Albie Morkel* 3,250,000
R P Singh 3,000,000
Peter Handscomb* 3,000,000
Kevin Pietersen
Kevin Pietersen

ROYAL CHALLENGERS BANGALORE

The previous year’s runners-up have retained 28 players which is the highest among all the teams.

 Image result for rcb PRICE
David Wiese* 28,000,000
Varun Aaron 20,000,000
Kane Richardson* 20,000,000
Chris Jordan* 20,000,000
Parvez Rasool 9,500,000
Praveen Dubey 3,500,000
Abu Nechim Ahmed 3,000,000
Vikramjeet Malik 2,000,000
Akshay Karnewar 1,000,000
Vikas Tokas 1,000,000
Parvez Rasool
Parvez Rasool

SUNRISERS HYDERABAD

The Orange-brigade led by Australian David Warner have retained 22 players that includes the influential captain himself.

 Image result for srh PRICE
Trent Boult* 38,000,000
Karn Sharma 37,500,000
Eoin Morgan* 15,000,000
Aditya Tare 12,000,000
Ashish Reddy 2,000,000
Tirumalasetti Suman 1,000,000
Eoin Morgan
Eoin Morgan

It would be interesting to see how the released and retained players would unfold their skills in the tenth edition of the famous Indian Premier Leauge. Also it would be the retained players who will be having some extra responsibility on their shoulders as their franchise and staff have kept faith on them. Whereas, the released players would have an opportunity to play with some new players in some other new team and to win the hearts of the fans of their new teams.

IPL 2017 Is Coming Guys, Get Ready……..

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