IPL 2020 auction ends: Check out full list of players bought by the 8 teams

Mumbai Indians (MI) owner Akash Ambani (L) and Chennai Super Kings (CSK) coach Stephen Fleming at an interaction with media during the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 player auction, in Kolkata. Photo: PTI
Australia cricket team pace spearhead Pat Cummins became the most expensive foreign player in the history of Indian Premier League (IPL) as Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) bagged him for a whopping Rs 15.5 crore in IPL 2020 auction held in Kolkata on Thursday.

 

Cummins' bidding price went past England all-rounder Ben Stokes' previous record auction bid of Rs 14.5 crore, made at the IPL 2017 auctions.

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The Australian pacer also became the second-most-expensive player in the history of IPL auctions, next only to Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh, who had been signed by the Delhi franchise (then Delhi Daredevils, now Delhi Capitals) for Rs 16 crore in the 2015 season.

 

Initially, Royal Challengers Bangalore and Delhi Capitals were locked in a bidding war for Cummins, who had a base price of Rs 2 crore. The bid swiftly soared past Rs 5 crore, with RCB briefly in the lead at Rs 5.25 crore. Cummins eventually returned to KKR for a jaw-dropping Rs 15.5 crore.

 

Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell, who had a base price of Rs 2 crore, was bought by Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) after a fierce bidding war with Delhi capitals for Rs 10.75 crore. Chris Morris, the third-most-expensive, was grabbed for Rs 10 crore by Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB).

 

England all-rounder Sam Curran, who played for Kings XI last season, went to Chennai Super Kings (CSK) for Rs 5.50 crore. Yusuf Pathan, Stuart Binny, Martin Guptill, Carlos Brathwaite and Colin Munro were among the prominent names that went unsold. England's World Cup-winning captain Eoin Morgan and Australia's limited-overs skipper Aaron Finch were snapped by KKR and RCB, respectively, for Rs 5.25 crore and Rs 4.40 crore.

Here is the full list of players sold in IPL players' auction for the 2020 edition:

Dale Steyn: Bought by RCB at his base price of Rs 2 cr

 

Andrew Tye: Bought by RR at his base price of Rs 1 cr

 

Isuru Udana: Bought by RCB at his base price of Rs 50 lakh

 

Tom Curran: Bought by RR at his base price of Rs 1 cr

 

Nikhil Nayak: Bought by KKR at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

 

Shahbaz Ahmad: Bought by RCB at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

 

Lalit Yadav: Bought by DC at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

Mohsin Khan: Bought by MI at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

 

Mohit Sharma: Bought by DC at his base price of Rs 50 lakh

 

Pavan Deshpande: Bought by RCB at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

 

Prabhsimran Singh: Bought by KXIP for RS 55 lakh

 

Tushar Deshpande: Bought by DC at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

 

R Sai Kishore: Bought by CSK at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

 

Marcus Stoinis: Bought by DC for Rs 4.80 cr

 

Chris Green: Bought by KKR Rs 20 lakh

 

Joshua Philippe: Bought by RCB at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

 

Tom Banton: Bought by KKR at his base price of Rs 1 cr

 

Fabian Allen: Bought by SRH at his base price of Rs 50 lakh

 

Chris Jordan: Bought by KXIP for Rs 3 cr

 

Kane Richardson: Bought by RCB for Rs 4 cr

 

Oshane Thomas: Bought by RR at his base price of Rs 50 lakh

 

Pravin Tambe: Bought by KKR at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

 

Tajinder Dhillon: Bought by KXIP at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

 

Abdul Samad: Bought by SRH at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

 

Anirudha Joshi: Bought by RR at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

 

Digvijay Deshmukh: Bought by MI at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

 

Prince Balwant Rai Singh: Bought by MI at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

 

Sanjay Yadav: Bought by SRH at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

Sandeep Bhavanaka: Bought by SRH at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

Shimron Hetmyer: Bought by DC for Rs 7.75 cr

David Miller: Bought by RR at the base price of Rs 75 lakh

Saurabh Tiwary: Bought by MI at the base price of Rs 50 lakh

Mitchell Marsh: Bought by SRH at the base price of Rs 2 crore

James Neesham: Bought by KXIP at the base price of Rs 50 lakh

Josh Hazlewood: Bought by CSK at the base price of Rs 2 crore

Rahul Tripathi (uncapped): Bought by KKR for Rs 60 lakh

Virat Singh (uncapped): Bought by SRH for Rs 1.9 cr

Priyam Garg (uncapped): Bought by SRH for Rs 1.9 cr

Deepak Hooda (uncapped): Bought by KXIP for Rs 50 lakh

Varun Chakravarthy (uncapped): Bought by KKR for Rs 4 cr

Yashasvi Jaiswal (uncapped): Bought by RR for Rs 2.4 cr

Anuj Rawat (uncapped): Bought by RR for Rs 80 lakh

Akash Singh (uncapped): Bought by RR at the base price of Rs 20 lakh

Kartik Tyagi (uncapped): Bought by RR for Rs 1.3 cr

Ishan Porel (uncapped): Bought by KXIP at the base price of Rs 20 lakh

M Siddharth (uncapped): Bought by KKR at the base price of Rs 20 lakh

Ravi Bishnoi (uncapped): Bought by KXIP for Rs 2 cr

Pat Cummins: Most expensive so far: Bought by KKR for Rs 15.5 cr

Glenn Maxwell: Bought by KXIP for Rs 10.75 cr

Aaron Finch: Bought by RCB for Rs 4.4 cr

Jason Roy: Bought by DC at base price of Rs 1.5 cr

Eoin Morgan: Bought by KKR for Rs 5.25 cr

Chris Lynn: Bought by MI at base price of Rs 2 cr

Sam Curran: Bought by CSK for Rs 5.5 cr

Chris Morris: Bought by RCB for Rs 10 cr

Robin Uthappa: Bought by RR for Rs 3 cr

Chris Woakes: Bought by DC at base price of Rs 1.5 cr

Alex Carey: Bought by DC for Rs 2.4 cr

Jaydev Unadkat: Bought by RR for Rs 3 cr

Nathan Coulter-Nile: Bought by MI for Rs 8 cr

Sheldon Cottrell: Bought by KXIP for Rs 8.5 cr

Piyush Chawla: Bought by CSK for Rs 6.75 cr

This is how the remaining individual purse of the eight teams looks after the auction:

 

Teams Remaining purse Overseas players Total players
KXIP Rs 16.50 cr 8 25
RR Rs 14.75 cr 8 25
DC Rs 9 cr 8 22
SRH Rs 10.10 cr 8 25
KKR Rs 8.50 cr 8 23
RCB Rs 6.40 cr 8 21
MI Rs 1.95 cr 8 24
CSK Rs 0.15 cr 8 24


8:57 PM IST Dale Steyn: Bought by RCB at his base price of Rs 2 cr   Andrew Tye: Bought by RR at his base price of Rs 1 cr   Isuru Udana: Bought by RCB at his base price of Rs 50 lakh   Tom Curran: Bought by RR at his base price of Rs 1 cr   Nikhil Nayak: Bought by KKR at his base price of Rs 20 lakh   Shahbaz Ahmad: Bought by RCB at his base price of Rs 20 lakh   Lalit Yadav: Bought by DC at his base price of Rs 20 lakh   Mohit Sharma: Bought by DC at his base price of Rs 50 lakh Mohsin Khan: Bought by MI at his base price of Rs 20 lakh   Pavan Deshpande: Bought by RCB at his base price of Rs 20 lakh   Prabhsimran Singh: Bought by KXIP for RS 55 lakh   Tushar Deshpande: Bought by DC at his base price of Rs 20 lakh   R Sai Kishore: Bought by CSK at his base price of Rs 20 lakh   Marcus Stoinis: Bought by DC for Rs 4.80 cr   Chris Green: Bought by KKR Rs 20 lakh   Joshua Philippe: Bought by RCB at his base price of Rs 20 lakh   Tom Banton: Bought by KKR at his base price of Rs 1 cr   Fabian Allen: Bought by SRH at his base price of Rs 50 lakh   Chris Jordan: Bought by KXIP for Rs 3 cr   Kane Richardson: Bought by RCB for Rs 4 cr   Oshane Thomas: Bought by RR at his base price of Rs 50 lakh   Pravin Tambe: Bought by KKR at his base price of Rs 20 lakh   Tajinder Dhillon: Bought by KXIP at his base price of Rs 20 lakh   Abdul Samad: Bought by SRH at his base price of Rs 20 lakh   Anirudha Joshi: Bought by RR at his base price of Rs 20 lakh   Digvijay Deshmukh: Bought by MI at his base price of Rs 20 lakh   Prince Balwant Rai Singh: Bought by MI at his base price of Rs 20 lakh   Sanjay Yadav: Bought by SRH at his base price of Rs 20 lakh Sandeep Bhavanaka: Bought by SRH at his base price of Rs 20 lakh Shimron Hetmyer: Bought by DC for Rs 7.75 cr David Miller: Bought by RR at the base price of Rs 75 lakh Saurabh Tiwary: Bought by MI at the base price of Rs 50 lakh Mitchell Marsh: Bought by SRH at the base price of Rs 2 crore James Neesham: Bought by KXIP at the base price of Rs 50 lakh Josh Hazlewood: Bought by CSK at the base price of Rs 2 crore Rahul Tripathi (uncapped): Bought by KKR for Rs 60 lakh Virat Singh (uncapped): Bought by SRH for Rs 1.9 cr Priyam Garg (uncapped): Bought by SRH for Rs 1.9 cr Deepak Hooda (uncapped): Bought by KXIP for Rs 50 lakh Varun Chakravarthy (uncapped): Bought by KKR for Rs 4 cr Yashasvi Jaiswal (uncapped): Bought by RR for Rs 2.4 cr Anuj Rawat (uncapped): Bought by RR for Rs 80 lakh Akash Singh (uncapped): Bought by RR at the base price of Rs 20 lakh Kartik Tyagi (uncapped): Bought by RR for Rs 1.3 cr Ishan Porel (uncapped): Bought by KXIP at the base price of Rs 20 lakh M Siddharth (uncapped): Bought by KKR at the base price of Rs 20 lakh Ravi Bishnoi (uncapped): Bought by KXIP for Rs 2 cr Pat Cummins: Most expensive so far: Bought by KKR for Rs 15.5 cr Glenn Maxwell: Bought by KXIP for Rs 10.75 cr Aaron Finch: Bought by RCB for Rs 4.4 cr Jason Roy: Bought by DC at base price of Rs 1.5 cr Eoin Morgan: Bought by KKR for Rs 5.25 cr Chris Lynn: Bought by MI at base price of Rs 2 cr Sam Curran: Bought by CSK for Rs 5.5 cr Chris Morris: Bought by RCB for Rs 10 cr Robin Uthappa: Bought by RR for Rs 3 cr Chris Woakes: Bought by DC at base price of Rs 1.5 cr Alex Carey: Bought by DC for Rs 2.4 cr Jaydev Unadkat: Bought by RR for Rs 3 cr Nathan Coulter-Nile: Bought by MI for Rs 8 cr Sheldon Cottrell: Bought by KXIP for Rs 8.5 cr Piyush Chawla: Bought by CSK for Rs 6.75 cr

8:44 PM IST Mohit Sharma: Bought by DC at his base price of Rs 50 lakh Pavan Deshpande: Bought by RCB at his base price of Rs 20 lakh Prabhsimran Singh: Bought by KXIP for RS 55 lakh Tushar Deshpande: Bought by DC at his base price of Rs 20 lakh Sandeep Bavanaka: Bought by SRH at his base price of Rs 20 lakh R Sai Kishore: Bought by CSK at his base price of Rs 20 lakh Marcus Stoinis: Bought by DC for Rs 4.80 cr Chris Green: Bought by KKR Rs 20 lakh Joshua Philippe: Bought by RCB at his base price of Rs 20 lakh Tom Banton: Bought by KKR at his base price of Rs 1 cr Fabian Allen: Bought by SRH at his base price of Rs 50 lakh Chris Jordan: Bought by KXIP for Rs 3 cr Kane Richardson: Bought by RCB for Rs 4 cr Oshane Thomas: Bought by RR at his base price of Rs 50 lakh Pravin Tambe: Bought by KKR at his base price of Rs 20 lakh Tajinder Dhillon: Bought by KXIP at his base price of Rs 20 lakh Abdul Samad: Bought by SRH at his base price of Rs 20 lakh Anirudha Joshi: Bought by RR at his base price of Rs 20 lakh Digvijay Deshmukh: Bought by MI at his base price of Rs 20 lakh Prince Balwant Rai Singh: Bought by MI at his base price of Rs 20 lakh Sanjay Yadav: Bought by SRH at his base price of Rs 20 lakh Shimron Hetmyer: Bought by DC for Rs 7.75 cr David Miller: Bought by RR at the base price of Rs 75 lakh Saurabh Tiwary: Bought by MI at the base price of Rs 50 lakh Mitchell Marsh: Bought by SRH at the base price of Rs 2 crore James Neesham: Bought by KXIP at the base price of Rs 50 lakh Josh Hazlewood: Bought by CSK at the base price of Rs 2 crore Rahul Tripathi (uncapped): Bought by KKR for Rs 60 lakh Virat Singh (uncapped): Bought by SRH for Rs 1.9 cr Priyam Garg (uncapped): Bought by SRH for Rs 1.9 cr Deepak Hooda (uncapped): Bought by KXIP for Rs 50 lakh Varun Chakravarthy (uncapped): Bought by KKR for Rs 4 cr Yashasvi Jaiswal (uncapped): Bought by RR for Rs 2.4 cr Anuj Rawat (uncapped): Bought by RR for Rs 80 lakh Akash Singh (uncapped): Bought by RR at the base price of Rs 20 lakh Kartik Tyagi (uncapped): Bought by RR for Rs 1.3 cr Ishan Porel (uncapped): Bought by KXIP at the base price of Rs 20 lakh M Siddharth (uncapped): Bought by KKR at the base price of Rs 20 lakh Ravi Bishnoi (uncapped): Bought by KXIP for Rs 2 cr Pat Cummins: Most expensive so far: Bought by KKR for Rs 15.5 cr Glenn Maxwell: Bought by KXIP for Rs 10.75 cr Aaron Finch: Bought by RCB for Rs 4.4 cr Jason Roy: Bought by DC at base price of Rs 1.5 cr Eoin Morgan: Bought by KKR for Rs 5.25 cr Chris Lynn: Bought by MI at base price of Rs 2 cr Sam Curran: Bought by CSK for Rs 5.5 cr Chris Morris: Bought by RCB for Rs 10 cr Robin Uthappa: Bought by RR for Rs 3 cr Chris Woakes: Bought by DC at base price of Rs 1.5 cr Alex Carey: Bought by DC for Rs 2.4 cr Jaydev Unadkat: Bought by RR for Rs 3 cr Nathan Coulter-Nile: Bought by MI for Rs 8 cr Sheldon Cottrell: Bought by KXIP for Rs 8.5 cr Piyush Chawla: Bought by CSK for Rs 6.75 cr

LIVE UPDATES

Full list of players sold in IPL 2020 auction

Dale Steyn: Bought by RCB at his base price of Rs 2 cr
 
Andrew Tye: Bought by RR at his base price of Rs 1 cr
 
Isuru Udana: Bought by RCB at his base price of Rs 50 lakh
 
Tom Curran: Bought by RR at his base price of Rs 1 cr
 
Nikhil Nayak: Bought by KKR at his base price of Rs 20 lakh
 
Shahbaz Ahmad: Bought by RCB at his base price of Rs 20 lakh
 
Lalit Yadav: Bought by DC at his base price of Rs 20 lakh
 
Mohit Sharma: Bought by DC at his base price of Rs 50 lakh

Mohsin Khan: Bought by MI at his base price of Rs 20 lakh
 
Pavan Deshpande: Bought by RCB at his base price of Rs 20 lakh
 
Prabhsimran Singh: Bought by KXIP for RS 55 lakh
 
Tushar Deshpande: Bought by DC at his base price of Rs 20 lakh
 
R Sai Kishore: Bought by CSK at his base price of Rs 20 lakh
 
Marcus Stoinis: Bought by DC for Rs 4.80 cr
 
Chris Green: Bought by KKR Rs 20 lakh
 
Joshua Philippe: Bought by RCB at his base price of Rs 20 lakh
 
Tom Banton: Bought by KKR at his base price of Rs 1 cr
 
Fabian Allen: Bought by SRH at his base price of Rs 50 lakh
 
Chris Jordan: Bought by KXIP for Rs 3 cr
 
Kane Richardson: Bought by RCB for Rs 4 cr
 
Oshane Thomas: Bought by RR at his base price of Rs 50 lakh
 
Pravin Tambe: Bought by KKR at his base price of Rs 20 lakh
 
Tajinder Dhillon: Bought by KXIP at his base price of Rs 20 lakh
 
Abdul Samad: Bought by SRH at his base price of Rs 20 lakh
 
Anirudha Joshi: Bought by RR at his base price of Rs 20 lakh
 
Digvijay Deshmukh: Bought by MI at his base price of Rs 20 lakh
 
Prince Balwant Rai Singh: Bought by MI at his base price of Rs 20 lakh
 
Sanjay Yadav: Bought by SRH at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

Sandeep Bhavanaka: Bought by SRH at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

Shimron Hetmyer: Bought by DC for Rs 7.75 cr

David Miller: Bought by RR at the base price of Rs 75 lakh

Saurabh Tiwary: Bought by MI at the base price of Rs 50 lakh

Mitchell Marsh: Bought by SRH at the base price of Rs 2 crore

James Neesham: Bought by KXIP at the base price of Rs 50 lakh

Josh Hazlewood: Bought by CSK at the base price of Rs 2 crore

Rahul Tripathi (uncapped): Bought by KKR for Rs 60 lakh

Virat Singh (uncapped): Bought by SRH for Rs 1.9 cr

Priyam Garg (uncapped): Bought by SRH for Rs 1.9 cr

Deepak Hooda (uncapped): Bought by KXIP for Rs 50 lakh

Varun Chakravarthy (uncapped): Bought by KKR for Rs 4 cr

Yashasvi Jaiswal (uncapped): Bought by RR for Rs 2.4 cr

Anuj Rawat (uncapped): Bought by RR for Rs 80 lakh

Akash Singh (uncapped): Bought by RR at the base price of Rs 20 lakh

Kartik Tyagi (uncapped): Bought by RR for Rs 1.3 cr

Ishan Porel (uncapped): Bought by KXIP at the base price of Rs 20 lakh

M Siddharth (uncapped): Bought by KKR at the base price of Rs 20 lakh

Ravi Bishnoi (uncapped): Bought by KXIP for Rs 2 cr

Pat Cummins: Most expensive so far: Bought by KKR for Rs 15.5 cr

Glenn Maxwell: Bought by KXIP for Rs 10.75 cr

Aaron Finch: Bought by RCB for Rs 4.4 cr

Jason Roy: Bought by DC at base price of Rs 1.5 cr

Eoin Morgan: Bought by KKR for Rs 5.25 cr

Chris Lynn: Bought by MI at base price of Rs 2 cr

Sam Curran: Bought by CSK for Rs 5.5 cr

Chris Morris: Bought by RCB for Rs 10 cr

Robin Uthappa: Bought by RR for Rs 3 cr

Chris Woakes: Bought by DC at base price of Rs 1.5 cr

Alex Carey: Bought by DC for Rs 2.4 cr

Jaydev Unadkat: Bought by RR for Rs 3 cr

Nathan Coulter-Nile: Bought by MI for Rs 8 cr

Sheldon Cottrell: Bought by KXIP for Rs 8.5 cr

Piyush Chawla: Bought by CSK for Rs 6.75 cr

IPL 2020 auction: Full list of players sold so far

Mohit Sharma: Bought by DC at his base price of Rs 50 lakh

Pavan Deshpande: Bought by RCB at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

Prabhsimran Singh: Bought by KXIP for RS 55 lakh

Tushar Deshpande: Bought by DC at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

Sandeep Bavanaka: Bought by SRH at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

R Sai Kishore: Bought by CSK at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

Marcus Stoinis: Bought by DC for Rs 4.80 cr

Chris Green: Bought by KKR Rs 20 lakh

Joshua Philippe: Bought by RCB at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

Tom Banton: Bought by KKR at his base price of Rs 1 cr

Fabian Allen: Bought by SRH at his base price of Rs 50 lakh

Chris Jordan: Bought by KXIP for Rs 3 cr

Kane Richardson: Bought by RCB for Rs 4 cr

Oshane Thomas: Bought by RR at his base price of Rs 50 lakh

Pravin Tambe: Bought by KKR at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

Tajinder Dhillon: Bought by KXIP at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

Abdul Samad: Bought by SRH at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

Anirudha Joshi: Bought by RR at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

Digvijay Deshmukh: Bought by MI at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

Prince Balwant Rai Singh: Bought by MI at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

Sanjay Yadav: Bought by SRH at his base price of Rs 20 lakh

Shimron Hetmyer: Bought by DC for Rs 7.75 cr

David Miller: Bought by RR at the base price of Rs 75 lakh

Saurabh Tiwary: Bought by MI at the base price of Rs 50 lakh

Mitchell Marsh: Bought by SRH at the base price of Rs 2 crore

James Neesham: Bought by KXIP at the base price of Rs 50 lakh

Josh Hazlewood: Bought by CSK at the base price of Rs 2 crore

Rahul Tripathi (uncapped): Bought by KKR for Rs 60 lakh

Virat Singh (uncapped): Bought by SRH for Rs 1.9 cr

Priyam Garg (uncapped): Bought by SRH for Rs 1.9 cr

Deepak Hooda (uncapped): Bought by KXIP for Rs 50 lakh

Varun Chakravarthy (uncapped): Bought by KKR for Rs 4 cr

Yashasvi Jaiswal (uncapped): Bought by RR for Rs 2.4 cr

Anuj Rawat (uncapped): Bought by RR for Rs 80 lakh

Akash Singh (uncapped): Bought by RR at the base price of Rs 20 lakh

Kartik Tyagi (uncapped): Bought by RR for Rs 1.3 cr

Ishan Porel (uncapped): Bought by KXIP at the base price of Rs 20 lakh

M Siddharth (uncapped): Bought by KKR at the base price of Rs 20 lakh

Ravi Bishnoi (uncapped): Bought by KXIP for Rs 2 cr

Pat Cummins: Most expensive so far: Bought by KKR for Rs 15.5 cr

Glenn Maxwell: Bought by KXIP for Rs 10.75 cr

Aaron Finch: Bought by RCB for Rs 4.4 cr

Jason Roy: Bought by DC at base price of Rs 1.5 cr

Eoin Morgan: Bought by KKR for Rs 5.25 cr

Chris Lynn: Bought by MI at base price of Rs 2 cr

Sam Curran: Bought by CSK for Rs 5.5 cr

Chris Morris: Bought by RCB for Rs 10 cr

Robin Uthappa: Bought by RR for Rs 3 cr

Chris Woakes: Bought by DC at base price of Rs 1.5 cr

Alex Carey: Bought by DC for Rs 2.4 cr

Jaydev Unadkat: Bought by RR for Rs 3 cr

Nathan Coulter-Nile: Bought by MI for Rs 8 cr

Sheldon Cottrell: Bought by KXIP for Rs 8.5 cr

Piyush Chawla: Bought by CSK for Rs 6.75 cr

IPL 2020 auction: Top 10 cheapest buys so far

Players Buying team Price (Rs crore)
Akash Singh (uncapped) RR 0.20
Ishan Porel (uncapped) KXIP 0.20
M Siddharth (uncapped) KKR 0.20
Saurabh Tiwary MI 0.50
James Neesham KXIP 0.50
Deepak Hooda (uncapped) KXIP 0.50
Rahul Tripathi (uncapped) KKR 0.60
David Miller RR 0.75
Anuj Rawat (uncapped) RR 0.80
Kartik Tyagi (uncapped) RR 1.30

IPL 2020 auction: Five most expensive buys so far

Players Buying team Price (Rs crore)
Pat Cummins KKR 15.50
Glenn Maxwell KXIP 10.75
Chris Morris RCB 10.00
Sheldon Cottrell KXIP 8.50
Nathan Coulter-Nile MI 8.00

IPL 2020 auction: Most economical buys (overseas capped players sold at base price)

James Neesham (Rs 50 lakh): Kings XI Punjab
 
David Miller (Rs 75 lakh): Rajasthan Royals

Jason Roy (Rs 1.5 cr): Delhi Capitals

Chris Woakes (Rs 1.5 cr): Delhi Capitals

Mitchell Marsh (Rs 2 cr): Sunrisers Hyderabad

Josh Hazlewood (Rs 2 cr): Chennai Super Kings

Chris Lynn (Rs 2 cr): Mumbai Indians

IPL 2020 auction: Full list of players sold so far

Shimron Hetmyer: Bought by DC for Rs 7.75 cr

David Miller: Bought by RR at the base price of Rs 75 lakh

Saurabh Tiwary: Bought by MI at the base price of Rs 50 lakh

Mitchell Marsh: Bought by SRH at the base price of Rs 2 crore

James Neesham: Bought by KXIP at the base price of Rs 50 lakh

Josh Hazlewood: Bought by CSK at the base price of Rs 2 crore
 
Rahul Tripathi (uncapped): Bought by KKR for Rs 60 lakh

Virat Singh (uncapped): Bought by SRH for Rs 1.9 cr

Priyam Garg (uncapped): Bought by SRH for Rs 1.9 cr

Deepak Hooda (uncapped): Bought by KXIP for Rs 50 lakh

Varun Chakravarthy (uncapped): Bought by KKR for Rs 4 cr

Yashasvi Jaiswal (uncapped): Bought by RR for Rs 2.4 cr

Anuj Rawat (uncapped): Bought by RR for Rs 80 lakh

Akash Singh (uncapped): Bought by RR at the base price of Rs 20 lakh

Kartik Tyagi (uncapped): Bought by RR for Rs 1.3 cr

Ishan Porel (uncapped): Bought by KXIP at the base price of Rs 20 lakh

M Siddharth (uncapped): Bought by KKR at the base price of Rs 20 lakh

Ravi Bishnoi (uncapped): Bought by KXIP for Rs 2 cr

Pat Cummins: Most expensive so far: Bought by KKR for Rs 15.5 cr

Glenn Maxwell: Bought by KXIP for Rs 10.75 cr

Aaron Finch: Bought by RCB for Rs 4.4 cr

Jason Roy: Bought by DC at base price of Rs 1.5 cr

Eoin Morgan: Bought by KKR for Rs 5.25 cr

Chris Lynn: Bought by MI at base price of Rs 2 cr

Sam Curran: Bought by CSK for Rs 5.5 cr

Chris Morris: Bought by RCB for Rs 10 cr

Robin Uthappa: Bought by RR for Rs 3 cr

Chris Woakes: Bought by DC at base price of Rs 1.5 cr

Alex Carey: Bought by DC for Rs 2.4 cr

Jaydev Unadkat: Bought by RR for Rs 3 cr

Nathan Coulter-Nile: Bought by MI for Rs 8 cr

Sheldon Cottrell: Bought by KXIP for Rs 8.5 cr

Piyush Chawla: Bought by CSK for Rs 6.75 cr

IPL 2020 auction: Sold so far

Rahul Tripathi (uncapped): Bought by KKR for Rs 60 lakh

Virat Singh (uncapped): Bought by SRH for Rs 1.9 cr

Priyam Garg (uncapped): Bought by SRH for Rs 1.9 cr

Deepak Hooda (uncapped): Bought by KXIP for Rs 50 lakh

Varun Chakravarthy (uncapped): Bought by KKR for Rs 4 cr

Yashasvi Jaiswal (uncapped): Bought by RR for Rs 2.4 cr

Anuj Rawat (uncapped): Bought by RR for Rs 80 lakh

Akash Singh (uncapped): Bought by RR at the base price of Rs 20 lakh

Kartik Tyagi (uncapped): Bought by RR for Rs 1.3 cr

Ishan Porel (uncapped): Bought by KXIP at the base price of Rs 20 lakh

M Siddharth (uncapped): Bought by KKR at the base price of Rs 20 lakh

Ravi Bishnoi (uncapped): Bought by KXIP for Rs 2 cr

Pat Cummins: Most expensive so far: Bought by KKR for Rs 15.5 cr

Glenn Maxwell: Bought by KXIP for Rs 10.75 cr

Aaron Finch: Bought by RCB for Rs 4.4 cr

Jason Roy: Bought by DC at base price of Rs 1.5 cr

Eoin Morgan: Bought by KKR for Rs 5.25 cr

Chris Lynn: Bought by MI at base price of Rs 2 cr

Sam Curran: Bought by CSK for Rs 5.5 cr

Chris Morris: Bought by RCB for Rs 10 cr

Robin Uthappa: Bought by RR for Rs 3 cr

Chris Woakes: Bought by DC at base price of Rs 1.5 cr

Alex Carey: Bought by DC for Rs 2.4 cr

Jaydev Unadkat: Bought by RR for Rs 3 cr

Nathan Coulter-Nile: Bought by MI for Rs 8 cr

Sheldon Cottrell: Bought by KXIP for Rs 8.5 cr

Piyush Chawla: Bought by CSK for Rs 6.75 cr

IPL 2020 auction: Remaining purse of the 8 teams

Teams Remaining purse Overseas players Total players
KXIP Rs 23.45 cr 6 18
RR Rs 22.90 cr 4 16
DC Rs 22.45 cr 6 17
SRH Rs 17 cr 6 18
KKR Rs 14.9 6 16
RCB Rs 13.5 4 15
MI Rs 3.05 8 20
CSK Rs 2.35 7 22

IPL 2020 auction: Sold so far

Alex Carey: Bought by DC for Rs 2.4 cr
 
Jaydev Unadkat: Bought by RR for Rs 3 cr
 
Nathan Coulter-Nile: Bought by MI for Rs 8 cr
 
Sheldon Cottrell: Bought by KXIP for Rs 8.5 cr
 
Piyush Chawla: Bought by CSK for Rs 6.75 cr
 
Pat Cummins: Most expensive so far: Bought by KKR for Rs 15.5 cr
 
Glenn Maxwell: Bought by KXIP for Rs 10.75 cr
 
Aaron Finch: Bought by RCB for Rs 4.4 cr
 
Jason Roy: Bought by DC at base price of Rs 1.5 cr
 
Eoin Morgan: Bought by KKR for Rs 5.25 cr
 
Chris Lynn: Bought by MI at base price of Rs 2 cr
 
Sam Curran: Bought by CSK for Rs 5.5 cr
 
Chris Morris: Bought by RCB for Rs 10 cr
 
Robin Uthappa: Bought by RR for Rs 3 cr
 
Chris Woakes: Bought by DC at base price of Rs 1.5 cr

IPL 2020 auction: Sold so far

Pat Cummins: Most expensive so far: Bought by KKR for Rs 15.5 cr

Glenn Maxwell: Bought by KXIP for Rs 10.75 cr

Aaron Finch: Bought by RCB for Rs 4.4 cr

Jason Roy: Bought by DC at base price of Rs 1.5 cr

Eoin Morgan: Bought by KKR for Rs 5.25 cr

Chris Lynn: Bought by MI at base price of Rs 2 cr

Sam Curran: Bought by CSK for Rs 5.5 cr

Chris Morris: Bought by RCB for Rs 10 cr

Robin Uthappa: Bought by RR for Rs 3 cr

Chris Woakes: Bought by DC at base price of Rs 1.5 cr

List of players retained, released by Rajasthan Royals

Here is the full list of players retained, traded and released by Rajasthan Royals:
 
Players Retained: Steve Smith (captain), Sanju Samson, Jofra Archer, Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler, Riyan Parag, Shashank Singh, Shreyas Gopal, Mahipal Lomror, Varun Aaron, Manan Vohra
 
Players traded in: Rahul Tewatia, Mayank Markande, Ankit Rajpoot
 
Players Released: Ashton Turner, Oshane Thomas, Shubham Ranjane, Prashant Chopra, Ish Sodhi, Aryaman Birla, Jaydev Unadkat, Rahul Tripathi, Stuart Binny, Liam Livingstone, Sudheshan Midhun.

Full list of players retained and released by SRH

The Hyderabad franchise of the Indian Premier League (IPL), Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH), have released five of their players from last season, ahead of the IPL 2020 auction.
 
The players released to the auction pool are Yusuf Pathan, Martin Guptill, Deepak Hooda, Ricky Bhui and Shakib Al Hasan. SRH have retained 18 players, including youngsters Abhishek Kumar, Khaleel Ahmed and Sandeep Sharma. READ FULL ARTICLE HERE
 

Full list of players retained, released by Mumbai Indians

Indian Premier League (IPL) defending champions Mumbai Indians (MI) have released 12 of their players from last season ahead of IPL 2020 players’ auction, to be held in Kolkata on Dec 19. They have retained 18 players.
 
The Mumbai franchise retained their core team, including veteran Sri Lankan fast bowler Lasith Malinga, despite his fitness issues. Among the 12 released players, Evin Lewis, Jason Behrendoff and Alzarri Joseph were the most prominent ones as they made some match-winning contributions last season. Lewis had given a flying start to the team during the powerplay in several matches, while Behrendoff had taken 6 wickets against Rajasthan Royals in a low-scoring game to provide his team a crucial win last season. Yuvraj Singh, who retired from all forms of cricket, including IPL, earlier this year, has also been released by MI. READ FULL ARTICLE HERE

Full list of players retained and released by KKR

The Kolkata franchise of the Indian Premier League (IPL), Kolkata Knight Riders, did not have a great run last season, having failed to make the playoffs on the basis of net run rate (NRR). This time, they have released some of their key foreign players and pressed the reset button ahead of IPL 2020 players’ auction, to be held in Kolkata on December 19.
 
KKR have released 10 players and retained 13. Among the released players are hard-hitting Australian batsman Chris Lynn, West Indian Carlos Braithwaite, Englishman Joe Denly, and South African pacer Anrich Nortje. Last season’s vice-captain Robin Uthappa and spin bowler Piyush Chawla, both of whom were with the team for long, have also been let go. READ FULL ARTICLE HERE

Player to look forward

Aaron Finch

The Australian limited-overs captain is again likely to be on top of Kings XI Punjab's list as a leader. Finch is also an explosive opener who, once gets going, can give a team a great start. He can also be part of the leadership group in any side and provide his key inputs.

Stephen Fleming's message to CSK fans ahead of IPL 2020 auction

Robin Uthappa

Robin Uthappa
 
He might seem to be over the hill and was released by Kolkata Knight Riders ahead of the auction after a quiet 2019 season. But Uthappa might still be of interest to many franchises owing to their needs and the right-hander's ability to play big shots at the top of the order. Uthappa is a clean hitter of the cricket ball and also comes in with a lot of IPL experience. 

Top 5 batsmen who could trigger a bidding war on Dec 19

Chris Lynn
 
Released by Kolkata Knight Riders, Lynn will still have many suitors owing to his destructive nature at the top of the order and has a steep base price of Rs2 crore. Lynn holds the record of most sixes in Big Bash League history with 123 maximums and is also two runs adrift of the most runs scored (1947 by Michael Klinger) in the tournament's history. READ FULL ARTICLE HERE

Top 5 bowlers who could trigger a bidding war on Dec 19

In T20 cricket, it is the bowlers who are tasked to keep the batsmen quiet and also get through crucial overs without conceding too many runs. When the eight teams sit down for the Indian Premier League (IPL) auction in Kolkata on Thursday, they will have all those qualities in mind including the ability to take wickets when they look to bag the best on offer. READ FULL ARTICLE HERE

Top five all-rounders who could trigger a bidding war

All-rounders have always sold like hotcakes when it comes to Indian Premier League (IPL) auctions. The T20 format paves way for those who 'multi-task' to be more in demand and on Thursday, when IPL 2020 auction of the lucrative franchise league auction takes place here, it won't be any different. READ FULL ARTICLE HERE

IPL 2020 auction: Kohli to Smith, best-paid Indian Premier League players

The player auction for the 13th edition of the cash-rich Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) will take place in Kolkata on Thursday (December 19). Ahead of the auction, the eight IPL franchises released some of their players from last season; the 72 vacant spots thus created will be filled through a bidding process on Thursday.
 
Even as many big names of the game queue up to be picked up in the IPL 2020 auction, Business Standard lists the cricketers who drew the biggest pay cheque in IPL 2019.
 
The richest from last season was India cricket team captain Virat Kohli, who has been representing Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) since the inaugural season of the IPL, with a salary of Rs 17 crore. He was followed by former Indian captain MS Dhoni, young wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant and Team India vice-captain (limited overs) Rohit Sharma, at Rs 15 crore each. READ FULL ARTICLE HERE

Ricky Ponting reveals Delhi Capitals strategy ahead of IPL 2020 auction

McCullum hopes that cards fall KKR's way

The auction for the 2020 Indian Premier League (IPL) season is less than one hour away and all stakeholders are in the home stretch as far planning for the event is concerned.
 
Newly appointed Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) head coach Brendon McCullum said that he is hoping for some luck to assist them in all the preparations they have made thus far.
 
"On the way to Kolkata for the IPL Player Auction. Our KKR squad will be completed in just a couple of days' time. All the planning and preparations behind the scenes will require some luck come auction night. Here's hoping the cards fall our way," he tweeted on Tuesday.
 
Dinesh Karthik, Sunil Narine, Andre Russell, Kuldeep Yadav, Shubman Gill and Lockie Ferguson are among the players that KKR have retained going into the auction.
 
Former New Zealand captain McCullum, who famously scored a whirlwind 158 while playing for KKR in the first ever IPL match in 2008, was announced as head coach of the franchise on August 15.
 
KKR's decision to release T20 specialist Chris Lynn has come in for a lot of criticism and it will be interesting to see if they manage to buy him back at the auction on Thursday.

Before IPL auctions, Kohli says will cover all bases

Ahead of IPL 2020 auction, Virat Kohli said Royal Challengers Bangalore will have all their bases covered. RCB fans have endured a difficult few years since their side finished second in 2016. In the three years since RCB have finished last in the league table twice.
 
Two days before the auctions, to be held in Kolkata, Kohli had a message for all RCB fans.
 
"We've had a few discussions to build a team around, strong core that we already have and we assure you that we are going to cover all the bases that are required and build a very strong team to have a really good season in 2020," Kohli said in a video uploaded by his franchise.
 
"So, as I said get behind the team and your support has always been priceless for us and will be crucial forever and ever till we play the sport. So, thank you very much, and looking forward to the auction. Find out what's going to happen on December 19," he said.
 
Kohli will look to lead RCB to its maiden triumph in the upcoming Indian Premier League, and urged fans to keep backing them.
 
"As you all know for the upcoming season the auctions coming up as well and I want all of you to rally behind the team, the management group, Mike (Hesson) and Simon (Katich) are doing a tremendous job," he said.
Virat Kohli

IPL 2020 auction: Australians in fray

The auction features five Australians -- Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood, Chris Lynn, Mitchell Marsh and Glenn Maxwell. The five, along with South African Dale Steyn and Sri Lankan Angelo Mathews, are in the highest bracket of Rs 2 crore.

Kesrick Williams, base price Rs 50 lakh

West Indian, medium-pacer Kesrick Williams, who troubled India skipper Virat Kohli with his variations in the T20 International series, is also expected to trigger intense bidding with a base price of Rs 50 lakh.

Shimron Hetmyer, base price: Rs 50 lakh

The Guyanese southpaw, with a base price of Rs 50 lakh, was also the highest run-getter in the preceding T20I series -- 120 in three matches at a strike-rate of 151.89.

WI, Aus stars in focus but youngsters set to be top draws at IPL auction

The spotlight will be on swashbucklers from the West Indies and Australia but some lesser-known youngsters could walk away with the big deals at the IPL players' auction here on Thursday where the franchises are expected to be restrained in spending.
 
The 13th edition of the lucrative franchise league will have added significance as 2020 is also a T20 World Cup year.
 
At 14 years and 350 days, Afghanistan's Noor Ahmad is the youngest name in auction pool. The left-arm chinaman, with a base price of Rs 30 lakh, may join the likes of Rashid Khan and Mohammed Nabi to play for the high-profile franchise league.
 
Noor was impressive in the Under-19 one-day series against India recently, picking up nine wickets and with the teams' fascination for wrist spinners, he could be taken up early.
 
Among Indian youngsters, Mumbai left-hander opener Yashasvi Jaiswal and Priyam Garg, who is leading the India Under-19 World Cup squad, will be the ones to watch out for along with Tamil Nadu left-arm spinner R Sai Kishore and Bengal pacer Ishan Porel. All of them come with a base price of Rs 20 lakh.
 
On to the stars and Shimron Hetmyer, the 22-year-old West Indian big-hitter who was released by Royal Challengers Bangalore ahead of the auction, has already made a case for himself with a match-winning 85-ball century in the first ODI against India in Chennai.

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