405 players will bid; 87 slots vacant, base price of 19 players 2 crores. IPL auction Kochi 2023; Team-Wise Players Slots & Balance Update | IPL Mini Auction

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Sam Karan, Ben Stokes, Nicholas Pooran and Cameron Green are expected to be the costliest in this auction.

The Indian Premier League (IPL) mini auction will be held on December 23 in Kochi, Kerala. There will be bidding on 405 players. 991 players had registered for the auction. Out of which 405 players have been shortlisted. The auction will start at 2:30 pm.

Mega auction was held last time, so this time there will be mini auction. Out of 405 players, 273 will be from domestic and 132 from foreign countries. Last time the teams had a purse of Rs 90 crore in the mega auction. This time he will get Rs 95 crore to spend on players. However, the amount of players currently available with the teams will be reduced from this purse.

117 slots vacant in 10 teams
There are 117 slots available in the IPL auction this year among 10 teams. That is, out of 405 players only a maximum of 117 players will be selected. The Hyderabad team has the maximum number of 17 slots. At the same time, Delhi has the minimum number of 7 players.

Base price of 19 players 2 crores
The base price of 2 crores is the highest in the auction. All 19 players of this base price are foreigners. Whereas, the base price of 11 players is Rs 1.5 crore. India’s Manish Pandey and Mayank Agarwal are among the 20 players with a base price of Rs 1 crore.

Base price of these 19 players is 2 crores
Riley Russo, Kane Williamson, Sam Curran, Cameron Green, Jason Holder, Ben Stokes, Tom Banton, Nicholas Pooran, Phil Salt, Chris Jordan, Adam Milne, Adil Rashid, Travis Head, Rassie van der Dussen, Jimmy Neesham, Chris Lynn, Craig Overton and Jamie Overton.

These players in the base price of 1.5 crores
Nathan Coulter-Nile, Sean Abbott, Jason Roy, Riley Meredith, Sherfane Rutherford, Dawid Malan, Will Jacks, Adam Zampa, Jhye Richardson, Shakib Al Hasan, Harry Brook and Tymal Mills.

This player in the base price of one crore
Mayank Agarwal, Joe Root, Heinrich Klaasen, Akil Hossain, Mujeeb-ur Rahman, Tabraiz Shamsi, Manish Pandey, Daryl Mitchell, Mohammad Nabi, Kyle Jameson, Shai Hope, Tom Latham, Michael Bracewell, Andrew Tye, Luke Wood, David Wiese, Moze Henriques, Matt Henry, Roston Chase and Rahkeem Cornwall.


Highest purse near Hyderabad
All the 10 teams of IPL have purse full after releasing the players. In this, the Hyderabad team has the highest amount of Rs 42.25 crore. They can buy 17 players with this money.

How much money are left with the other teams?
After releasing the players, Chennai Super Kings now have Rs 20.45 crore, Royal Challengers Bangalore Rs 8.75 crore, Rajasthan Royals Rs 13.2 crore and Kolkata Knight Riders Rs 7.05 crore.

Last year’s defending champions Gujarat Titans will go into the auction with Rs 19.25 crore. At the same time, Mumbai Indians 20.55, Punjab Kings 32.2 and Delhi Capitals will bid in the auction with Rs 19.45 crore.


When will IPL 2023 start?
A total of 74 matches will be played between 10 teams in the 2023 IPL. As per reports, the 16th edition of IPL is expected to start in the third week of March and go on till the end of May. The IPL of 2022 started from 26 March till 29 May.

Gujarat Titans won the last title

The team of Gujarat Titans won the IPL 2022 title.

The team of Gujarat Titans won the IPL 2022 title.

For the first time in 2022, IPL was held with 10 teams instead of 8. Two new teams Gujarat Titans and Lucknow Supergiants entered the tournament. In the final of the tournament, Gujarat Titans, captained by Hardik Pandya, defeated Rajasthan Royals, captained by Sanju Samson, by 7 wickets. Barring the first season of 2008, Gujarat Titans became the first team to win the title in their debut tournament itself.

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