hello. Welcome to his IPL auction live blog for the 2023 edition of the tournament. Here you can follow the latest information on ongoing auctions. Before that, check out our full rundown of what you need to know before the IPL auction begins.
Good news for franchisees! Australian and British players will be available for the entire duration of IPL 2023. And that’s despite the upcoming Ashes series from mid-June.
- What your team needs – who needs an all-rounder, who doesn’t have a wicket keeper, who needs a leg spinner…
Narbavi R and Deepu Narayanan provide a pre-auction overview of each team, a breakdown of existing combinations, and an overview of potential auction strategies.
Here are some important points to keep in mind:
- The auction begins with the player’s full round capped by specialty (batsman, all-rounder, wicket-keeper/batsman, fast his bowler, spinner) and moves to the uncapped player’s full his specialization round. The acceleration process starts after player #86. The first acceleration process includes all players from 87 to 405.
- According to BCCI, franchises will be required to nominate a certain number of players from this group. Once these players (87-405) have been picked, the franchise submits player names (not picked/not sold) from all players on the full list of 405 for another expedited process. invited to do so.
- Of the 405 players, 273 are Indian and 132 are foreign, including his four players from related countries. The total number of capped players is 119 and 282 uncapped players.
- A franchise must have a minimum of 18 players and a maximum of 25 players, and the team’s minimum spend must be Rs 71.25 crore. The maximum amount a team can spend on a roster is INR 95 crores. 405 players who participated in the auction
Originally he was on the list of 991 players, but later he was shortened to 405. According to the abridged list, there are currently 19 players at his highest base price of INR 20 million. In the INR 1.5 crore bracket he has 11 players, but 20 players are available for his INR 1 crore base price. There are currently nine players in his Rs 75 million bracket.
There are strange parallels between mini-IPL auctions and inflation theory in economics. As the latter definition says, when too many dollars are chasing too few goods, mini-auctions see tens of millions of dollars chasing very few players.
The determining factor in price is the order of picks at the auction and, more importantly, availability. Because it takes him less than 24 hours to swing a hammer and lift a paddle, the BCCI has not notified franchises how long foreign players can stay in his IPL. Occasionally, BCCI would announce this he was a week early to allow the franchise to plan, but this time it took too long for the team. “That’s the BCCI way. There’s nothing we can do,” scolds the helpless team officials.
Base Prices of key players
INR 2 crore:
Tom Banton, Sam Curran, Chris Jordan, Tymal Mills, Jamie Overton, Craig Overton, Adil Rashid, Phil Salt, Ben Stokes, Cameron Green, Travis Head, Chris Lynn, Kane Williamson, Adam Milne, Jimmy Neesham, Rilee Rossouw, Rassie van der Dussen, Jason Holder, Nicholas Pooran.
INR 1.5 crore:
Sean Abott, Riley Meredith, Jhye Richardson, Adam Zampa, Shakib Al Hasan, Harry Brook, Will Jacks, Dawid Malan, Jason Roy, Sherfane Rutherford, Nathan Coulter-Nile.
INR 1 crore:
Mayank Agarwal, Manish Pandey, Mohammad Nabi, Mujeeb ur Rahman, Moises Henriques, Andrew Tye, Joe Root, Luke Wood, Michael Bracewell, Kyle Jamieson, Matt Henry, Tom Latham, Daryl Mitchell, Heinrich Klaasen, Tabraiz Shamsi, Kusal Perera, Roston Chase, Rakheem Cornwall, Shai Hope, David Wiese.
INR 75 lakh:
Reece Topley, Wayne Parnell, Daniel Sams, Joshua Philippe, Ish Sodhi, Tom Curran, D’Arcy Short, David Payne, Carlos Brathwaite.
How the Tie-break rule will work
An unexplained aspect of the auction is the tie-break rule which will lead to a Silent Written Bid. You can enter the equation if