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Team India’s KL Rahul has also bid a lot in the auction, and in the end, Punjab has bought him 11 crore. His base price was 2 crores.
LIVE VIVO IPL 2018:Base price of 36 players Rs 2 crores
– For the auction, the base price of 2 crores has been kept, this slab contains 36 players. Apart from this, the base prices of 1.5 crore, 10 million, 75 lakh and 50 lakhs have been kept.
– Uncapped players have kept base price of 40 lakhs, 30 lakhs and Rs.20 lakhs. The base price of 36 out of 578 players in the final list is 2 million. The base price of 33 is Rs 1.5 crore.
– Auction will take place on 62 caps and 298 uncapped Indian players, while in foreign players 182 caps and 34 uncapped and two players from associate countries will also be bidding.
– There was also the eyes of all on Yuvraj Singh in the auction. Yuvraj Singh will also be seen playing Kings XI Punjab from the same time as last time. Preity Zinta has bought them in her base price of 2 crore only.
Among the players who were more eyeballs in the IPL 2018 auction, Team India player Gautam Gambhir was also named. Gambhir was bought by Delhi Daredevils for Rs 2.8 crore while his base price was Rs 2 crore. Earlier, Gambhir has played for Kolkata and Delhi team.
– So far, the foreign players are getting heavier in the auction. After Ben Stoke of England, Glenn Maxwell of Australia has bought 9 crore for Delhi Daredevils. His base price was 2 crores and before that he played with Punjab
– Bangladeshi player Shakib Al Hasan has been bought by Sunrise Hyderabad for 2 crore, while his base price was 10 million.
-Team India’s turbanator Harbhajan Singh has been bought by Chennai Superkings. Earlier, he used to play IPL for the Mumbai Indians. Harbhajan has sold his base price at 2 crore only.
– Australia’s Mitchell Starc has bought KKR for 9.4 million rupees. His base price was 2 crores and before that Kohli’s team was in the RCB.
– South African Faf Duplessis has also gone to his old team Chennai SuperKings. Duplesex with a base price of 1.5 crores has been bought by Chennai Superkings for 1.6 crores.
– Ajinkya Rahane has gone to his old team Rajasthan Royals. Rahane’s base price was 2 crores, and in 4 crores he has bought him from Rajasthan Royals.
– England’s Ben Stokes is the most expensive player in the auction till now. They bought them 12.5 million rupees for Rajasthan Royals. Stokes’ base price was 2 crores and before that he was in Pune SuperJoint.
LIVE VIVO IPL AUCTION 2018:
This auction is so special this time because many teams have not done their old players. Yuvraj Singh, Gautam Gambhir and many foreign players have not been given their teams. In this case, many giant players will be in the auction grounds. The total of 578 players will be auctioned for the 11th season of the IPL. In such a situation, the franchisees will try to keep their old players together again.
LIVE VIVO IPL Auction 2018:360 Indians in 578 stills
In the final list of the auction, 578 players have been selected, out of which 360 will be Indian players. The names include big names like Yuvraj Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Gautam Gambhir, Shikhar Dhawan, R Ashwin and Ajinkya Rahane. Out of the foreign players, big stars like Australia’s Mitchell Starc, Chris Gayle of West Indies and Dwayne Bravo have also been dropped by their old teams in the auction ground. Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Virat Kohli, Ravindra Jadeja and Suresh Raina have been retained by their old teams. Let’s tell you that Dhoni, Jadeja and Raina, this time their old team will be playing in Chennai itself.
LIVE VIVO IPL Auction 2018:Which team has how much money
Each franchisee had a price of 80 crores to buy the players this season, but after the players got down, the team has limited money. Rajasthan and Punjab have the highest amount of Rs 67.5 crore. Both of these players have just redeemed one player. Punjab just rated Harfanullah player Akshar Patel
LIVE VIVO IPL Auction 2018:इतने में बिके प्लेयर्स
|प्लेयर||रोल||बेस प्राइस||बिके||खरीदने वाली टीम|
|शिखर धवन (भारत)||बैट्समैन||2 करोड़ रु||5.2 करोड़ रु||सनराइजर्स हैदराबाद (RTM)|
|आर. अश्विन (भारत)||बॉलर||2 करोड़ रु||7.6 करोड़ रु||किंग्स इलेवन पंजाब|
|कीरन पोलार्ड (विंडीज)||ऑलराउंडर||2 करोड़ रु||5.4 करोड़ रु||मुंबई इंडियन्स (RTM)|
|क्रिस गेल (विंडीज)||बैट्समैन||2 करोड़ रु||अनसोल्ड||अनसोल्ड|
|बेन स्टोक्स (इंग्लैंड)||ऑलराउंडर||2 करोड़ रु||12.50 करोड़ रु||राजस्थान रॉयल्स|
|फाफ डुप्लेसी (साउथ अफ्रीका)||बैट्समैन||1.5 करोड़ रु||1.6 करोड़ रु||चेन्नई सुपर किंग्स (RTM)|
|अजिंक्य रहाणे (भारत)||बैट्समैन||2 करोड़ रु||4 करोड़ रु||राजस्थान रॉयल्स (RTM)|
|मिशेल स्टार्क (ऑस्ट्रेलिया)||बॉलर||2 करोड़ रु||9.4 करोड़ रु||कोलकाता नाइट राइडर्स|
|हरभजन सिंह (भारत)||बॉलर||2 करोड़ रु||2 करोड़ रु||चेन्नई सुपर किंग्स|
|शाकिब अल हसन (बांग्लादेश)||ऑलराउंडर||1 करोड़ रु||2 करोड़ रु||सनराइजर्स हैदराबाद|
|ग्लेन मैक्सवेल (ऑस्ट्रेलिया)||बैट्समैन||2 करोड़ रु||9 करोड़ रु||दिल्ली डेयरडेविल्स|
|गौतम गंभीर (भारत)||बैट्समैन||2 करोड़ रु||2.8 करोड़ रु||दिल्ली डेयरडेविल्स|
|ड्वेन ब्रावो (विंडीज)||ऑलराउंडर||2 करोड़ रु||6.4 करोड़ रु (RTM)||चेन्नई सुपरकिंग्स|
|केन विलियम्सन (न्यूजीलैंड)||बैट्समैन||1.5 करोड़ रु||3 करोड़ रु||सनराइजर्स हैदराबाद|
|जो रूट (इंग्लैंड)||बैट्समैन||1.5 करोड़ रु||अनसोल्ड||अनसोल्ड|
|युवराज सिंह (भारत)||बैट्समैन||2 करोड़ रु||2 करोड़ रु||किंग्स इलेवन पंजाब|
|करुण नायर (भारत)||बैट्समैन||50 लाख रु||5.6 करोड़ रु||किंग्स इलेवन पंजाब|
|लोकेश राहुल (भारत)||बैट्समैन||2 करोड़ रु||11 करोड़ रु||किंग्स इलेवन पंजाब|
|मुरली विजय (भारत)||बैट्समैन||2 करोड़ रु||अनसोल्ड||अनसोल्ड|
|डेविड मिलर (साउथ अफ्रीका)||बैट्समैन||1.5 करोड़ रु||3 करोड़ रु (RTM)||किंग्स इलेवन पंजाब|
|एरोन फिंच (ऑस्ट्रेलिया)||बैट्समैन||1.5 करोड़ रु||6.2 करोड़ रु||किंग्स इलेवन पंजाब|
|ब्रेंडन मैक्कुलम (ऑस्ट्रेलिया)||बैट्समैन||2 करोड़ रु||3.6 करोड़ रु||रॉयल चैलेंजर्स बेंगलुरु|
|जेसन रॉय (इंग्लैंड)||बैट्समैन||1.5 करोड़ रु||1.5 करोड़ रु||दिल्ली डेयरडेविल्स|
|क्रिस लिन (ऑस्ट्रेलिया)||बैट्समैन||2 करोड़ रु|
LIVE VIVO IPL Auction 2018:Use for RTM
– Shikhar Dhawan – Sunrise Hyderabad (5.2 million)
– Kieran Pollard – Mumbai Indians (5.4 million)
– Faf Duplessi – Chennai Super Kings (1.6 million)
– Ajinkya Rahane – Rajasthan Royals (4 crore)
– Dwayne Bravo – Chennai SuperKings (6.4 million)
– David Miller – Kings XI Punjab (30 million)
LIVE VIVO IPL Auction 2018:What is RTM (right to match)
– IPL teams could retain total 5 players with two ways. The first way was through direct retaining and second by ‘Right to match’ card.
– The ‘right-to-match’ card will be used during the auction. Through this the teams can buy their players which they did not write.
Suppose the team of Mumbai did not buy the player, if another team buys them for a maximum of Rs 2 crores for that player, then the team of Mumbai should pay the same amount to the “right to match” Card can use the option.
– The second team will not be able to buy that player even after being the highest bidder, and the player will move to Mumbai again.
LIVE VIVO IPL Auction 2018:18 players have been retain
– MS Dhoni, Suresh Raina, Ravindra Jadeja (Chennai Superkings), Rishabh Pant, Chris Morris, Shreyas Iyer (Delhi Daredevils), Rohit Sharma, Hardik Pandya, Jaspreet Bumrah (Mumbai Indians), Virat Kohli, AB De Villiers, Sarfaraz Khan (Royal) Challengers Bangalore, Sunil Narine, Andre Russell (KKR), David Warner, Bhuvneshwar Kumar (Sunrisers Hyderabad), Akshar Patel (Kings XI Punjab), Steven Smith (Rajasthan Royals).
LIVE VIVO IPL Auction 2018:A team can have 25 players
– According to rules, every team can have a minimum of 18 and maximum 25 players. There can be 8 overseas players.
– Chennai Super Kings, Delhi Daredevils, Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore have played 3-3 players.
– Kolkata Knight Riders and Sunrise Hyderabad have rated 2-2 players. Kings XI Punjab and Rajasthan Royals have kept only 1-1 players with them.
LIVE VIVO IPL Auction 2018:3 teams looking for captain
– Kolkata Knight Riders, Delhi Daredevils and Kings XI Punjab will be looking for their new captain.
LIVE VIVO IPL 2018:Changes in IPL 2018 match timings
– The 11th Season of IPL will start from April 6th to 27th May. IPL-11 will be inaugurated on 6th April in Mumbai. On April 7, the first match and the final on May 27 will also be played.
– The timing of matches has also been changed for this season. The matches that started from 8 o’clock till last season, they will now start from 7 pm.
– If two match one day matches, the first match will start from 5.30 pm and the second match starts from 7 o’clock. The broadcaster will telecast different matches on different channels.