Players Sold In IPL 2017 Auctions (Team Wise)

Delhi Daredevils Purchased Following Players in IPL 2017 Auctions
Kagiso Rabada (Base price INR 1 crore) – Sold to Delhi Daredevils for INR 5 crores
Pat Cummins (Base price INR 2 crores) – Sold to Delhi Daredevils for INR 4.5 crores
Angelo Mathews (Base price INR 2 crores) Sold to Delhi Daredevils for INR 2 crores
Corey Anderson (Base price INR 1 crore) – Sold to Delhi Daredevils for INR 1 crore
M Ashwin (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Delhi Daredevils for INR 1 crore
Aditya Tare (Base price INR 20 lakhs) – Sold to Delhi Daredevils for INR 25 lakhs
Ankit Bawne (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Delhi Daredevils for INR 10 lakhs
Navdeep Saini (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Delhi Daredevils for INR 10 lakhs (second round)
Shashank Singh (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Delhi Daredevils for INR 10 lakhs

Gujarat Lions Purchased Following Players in IPL 2017 Auctions
Jason Roy (Base price INR 1 crore) – Sold to Gujarat Lions for INR 1 crore (second round)
Basil Thampi (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Gujarat Lions for INR 85 lakhs
Manpreet Gony (Base price INR 30 lakhs) – Sold to Gujarat Lions for INR 60 lakhs
Nathu Singh (Base price INR 30 lakhs) – Sold to Gujarat Lions for INR 50 lakhs
Munaf Patel (Base price INR 30 lakhs) – Sold to Gujarat Lions for INR 30 lakhs
Chirag Suri (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Gujarat Lions for INR 10 lakhs
Tejas Baroka (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Gujarat Lions for INR 10 lakhs Read more

IPL 2017 Auctions Live

15:39 Ishant and Tahir unsold; Stokes is top pick at 14.5 cr: So that concludes the Players’ Auction for the 10th edition of the Indian Premier League. A total of 61 players were sold out of the 351 who were up for grabs.

England all-rounder Ben Stokes stole the show with a top bid of Rs. 14.5 crore, the second highest in the history of the IPL Auctions.

He was closely followed by his England team mate Tymal Mills as the left-arm pacer was snapped by Royal Challengers Bangalore for a massive Rs. 12 crore.

The foreign fast bowlers were in demand as South African Kagiso Rabada and New Zealand’s Trent Boult were bought for Rs. 5 crore each by Delhi Daredevils and Kolkata Knight Riders respectively.

Delhi also bought Australia pacer Pat Cummins for Rs. 4.5 crore, while KKR splurged Rs. 4.2 crore to purchase England pacer Chris Woakes.

The surprise pick of the IPL Auction was no doubt Afghanistan leg-spinner Rashid Khan, who was bought by Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs. 4 crore, while KKR snapped up Australia pacer Nathan Coulter-Nile for 3.5 crore.

However, some international stars like Ishant Sharma, Imran Tahir, Mitchell Santner, Colin Munro, James Neesham failed to find buyers. Read more

IPL Team Status Before 2017 Auction

As per the latest reports, the IPL 2017 auctions will happen on 20th February 2017. Following is the team by team analysis of how they currently stand

(1 crore = 10 million)

Delhi Daredevils
Players they can buy: 10
Overseas players they can buy: 4
Money they can spend: INR 23.1 crore

Gujarat Lions
Players they can buy: 11
Overseas players they can buy: 3
Money they can spend: INR 14.35 crore

Kings XI Punjab
Players they can buy: 8
Overseas players they can buy: 4
Money they can spend: INR 23.35 crore

Kolkata Knight Riders
Players they can buy: 14
Overseas players they can buy: 6
Money they can spend: INR 19.75 crore

Mumbai Indians
Players they can buy: 7
Overseas players they can buy: 3
Money they can spend: INR 11.555 crore

Royal Challengers Bangalore
Players they can buy: 7
Overseas players they can buy: 1
Money they can spend: INR 12.825 crore

Rising Pune Supergiants
Players they can buy: 10
Overseas players they can buy: 4
Money they can spend: INR 17.5 crore

Sunrisers Hyderabad
Players they can buy: 10
Overseas players they can buy: 4
Money they can spend: INR 20.9 crore

IPL 2017 Retained Team Players List IPL 10

IPL 2017 Player Retention List – 140 Players including 44 overseas

The window for the franchises to retain players for the VIVO Indian Premier League 2016 season closed December 15, 2016.

As many as 140 cricketers including 44 overseas players have been retained by the VIVO IPL franchises for 2017 season.

Team Purse Spent Balance Purse Purse Spent (Rs. In Crs) Balance Purse (Rs. In Crs) Total Players in the squad Overseas Players
DD 445,000,000 215,000,000 44.5 21.5 18 5
KXIP 426,500,000 233,500,000 42.65 23.35 19 5
KKR 462,500,000 197,500,000 46.25 19.75 14 4
MI 544,450,000 115,550,000 54.445 11.555 20 6
RCB 531,750,000 128,250,000 53.175 12.825 20 8
SRH 451,000,000 209,000,000 45.1 20.9 17 5
RPS 469,000,000 191,000,000 46.9 19.1 16 5
GL 516,500,000 143,500,000 51.65 14.35 16 6
Total 3,846,700,000 1,433,300,000 384.67 143.33 140 44

Here’s the list of players who have been retained by the eight VIVO Indian Premier League teams: Read more