IPL Toss Prediction : Complete List of England Players Who Will Be Auctioned

The IPL 2022 mega auctions will restructure all franchise teams for the next edition of the Indian Premier League.

The eight existing teams retained a total of 27 players on the retention list.
Ace players such as Rohit Sharma, MS Dhoni, Virat Kohli, and Kane Williamson have been retained by their respective teams ahead of the 2022 mega auction.

England players such as all-rounder Moeen Ali and wicketkeeper-batter Jos Buttler have been retained by CSK and RR for the IPL 2022 season.

The franchise released Eoin Morgan, who led the Kolkata Knight Riders to the IPL 2021 final, while keeping the West Indies duo of Sunil Narine and Andre Russell, as well as Venkatesh Iyer and Varun Chakravarthy.

Jonny Bairstow (SRH), Dawid Malan (PBKS), and Chris Woakes (DC) withdrew from the IPL 2021 before the second leg due to personal reasons. All three players were let go by their respective teams.

Sam Curran, who took nine wickets for Chennai Super Kings before being ruled out of the tournament due to a lower back injury. Curran was pipped to CSK’s all-rounder spot in the retention list by his compatriot Moeen.

Jofra Archer recently underwent his second elbow surgery, and the England and Wales Cricket Board is concerned about his return to competitive cricket (ECB).

Kumar Sangakkara, Director of Cricket for the Rajasthan Royals, stated that Archer’s long-term injury was the reason for the team’s decision not to keep the England speedster.

The other English players released are Punjab Kings’ Chris Jordan and Adil Rashid, as well as Delhi Capitals pace bowlers Chris Woakes and Tom Curran.

The IPL 2022 mega auction has the potential to break records in terms of both viewership and player acquisition.

The IPL Governing Council is expected to hold the IPL 2022 mega auction in the first half of February, according to media reports. Given the number of players up for grabs, the auction will be held over two days in the cities of Bengaluru and Hyderabad.

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