- An overall total of 292 players should go under the hammer nowadays with 61 slots available among which 22 are overseas slots.Let us check out the handbag remaining for each team in front of the 2021 IPL public auction.
Chennai Super Kings(CSK)- 19.9 Crores
Delhi Capitals(DC)- 13.4 Crores
Kolkata Knight Riders(KKR)- 10.75 Crores
Kings XI Punjab(KXIP)- 53.2 Crores
Royal Challengers Bangalore(RCB)- 35.4 Crores
Sun Risers Hyderabad(SRH)- 10.75 Crores
Mumbai Indians(MI)- 15.35 Crores
Rajasthan Royals(RR)- 37.85 Crores
From 3 PM on 18th February 2021, the much-anticipated IPL public auction will commence in Chennai ahead of the 14th edition from the T20 extravaganza. The number of slot machines which are left with all of 8 franchises mixed is 61, and a complete of 292 players should go under the hammer this time. A whopping 1114 players had registered for the auction, but the list has been trimmed down to under 300.
11 players possess a base cost of 2 Crores and just two of them are Indians, Harbhajan Singh and Kedar Jadhav. On the other hand, Glenn Maxwell, Steve Smith, Moeen Ali, Shakib Al Hasan, Jason Roy, Tag Wood, Colin Ingram, Sam Billings and Liam Plunkett are the 9 foreign people having a foundation cost of 2 Crores.
So far as the money remaining in the purse is concerned, the Kings XI Punjab (now Punjab Kings) have a whopping 53.2 Crores which is remaining to become splashed and have a total of 9 slots left to become filled. The Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) and Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) have the least amount of cash remaining. Both franchises have just 10.75 Crores remaining in the purse ahead of the auction. As the Hyderabad part has only 3 slot machines remaining to be filled, the Kolkata outfit has as many as 8 empty slots left.
The Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) have as many as 11 slot machines that are but to become filled, and the amount which is left within their handbag is 35.40 Crores. As far as the amount of overseas slot machines left is concerned, the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) have just one much more overseas port to become filled, as the Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) part attire has as many as 5 abroad slots which are up for grabs.
All in all, 18th February 2021 promises to be a day loaded with plenty of surprises, excitement, and fervor. All the franchises is going to be trying to iron out the chinks in their armor once they assemble in Chennai for the public auction. So, sit tight, brace yourself, and set your alarms for 3 PM on 18th February 2021, as it promises to be one hell of a ride!