IPL 2018 Auction, date & Venue – IPL 11 Complete Players Sold list

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IPL 2018 Auction : It is players auction time again in eleventh edition of Indian Premier League (IPL-11) for the year 2018.The IPL 2018 Players Auction which was held on 27th January in Bengalore.The  Board of  Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) wiil be announced the final list after complete auction for 3days .Vivo IPL 2018 Auction came to an end as all the franchises boosted their squads with foreign and domestic players. The overseas players ruled the IPL 11 Auction and apparently top eight buys were all foreign players. England’s Ben Stokes topped the list as Rajasthan Royals shelled out whopping INR 12.50 crores for him. He was bought by Rajasthan Royal (RR) for 12.5crore.The base price is 2crore.Total of 66 players were sold out of which 27 were foreigners.

    • Event : VIVO IPL 2018 Players Auction (Indian Premier League -11)
    • IPL 2018 Auction Date & Venue : February Bangalore
    • Organizer : BCCI
    • Teams : 8
    • Indian Players : 66
    • Overseas Players :27
    • Total Amount Spent in Auction : 321.1 Cr.

Top 10 in IPL 2018 Auction 

  1. Ben stokes (Rajasthan) – Rs 12.5 crore
  2. Mnnish pande (Hyderabad) – Rs 11 crore
  3. KL Rahal (Punjab) – Rs11  crore
  4. Chris leen (Kolkata) – Rs 9.6 crore
  5. Mitchell Starc (Kolkata) – Rs 9.4 crore
  6. Glen Mcxwell (Delhi) – Rs 9 crore
  7. Rashid khan(Hyderabad) – Rs 9 crore
  8. Krunal pandya(Mumbai) – Rs 8.8 crore

Here is the team-wise list of players who were purchased at IPL 2018 auction

Delhi Daredevils: Angelo Mathews (2 Cr), Corey Anderson (1 Cr), Kagiso Rabada (5 Cr), Pat Cummins (4.50 Cr), Ankit Bawne (INR 10 Lakhs), Aditya Tare (25 Lakhs), Murugan Ashwin (1 Cr), Navdeep Saini (10 lakh), Shashank Singh (10 Lakh).

Chennai Super Kings: Nathu Singh (50 Lakh), Basil Thampy (85 Lakh), Tejas Singh Baroka (10 Lakhs), Manpreet Gony (60 Lakhs), Jason Roy (1 Cr), Munaf Patel (30 Lakh), Chirag Suri (10 Lakh), Shelly Shaurya (10 Lakh), Shubham Agrawal (10 Lakh), Pratham Singh (10 Lakh), Aksh Deep Nath (10 Lakh).

Kings XI Punjab: Eoin Morgan (2 Cr), Rahul Tewatia (25 Lakhs), T Natarajan (3 Cr), Matt Henry (50 Lakhs), Varun Aaron (2.80 Cr), Martin Guptill (50 Lakh), Darren Sammy (30 Lakh), Rinku Singh (10 Lakh).

Kolkata Knight Riders: Trent Boult (5 Cr), Chris Woakes (4.20 Cr), Rishi Dhawan (55 Lakh), Nathan Coulter-Nile (3.5 Cr), Rovman Powell (30 Lakh), R Sanjay Yadav (10 Lakh), Ishank Jaggi (10 Lakh), Darren Bravo (50 Lakh), Sayan Ghosh (10 Lakh).

Mumbai Indians: Nicholas Pooran (30 Lakh), Mitchell Johnson (2 Cr), K Gowtham (2 Cr), Karn Sharma (3.2 Cr), Saurabh Tiwary (30 Lakh), A Gunarathna (30 Lakh), K Khejroliya (10 Lakh).

Royal Rajasthan: Ben Stokes (14.50 Cr), Jaydev Unadkat (30 Lakh), Rahul Chahar (10 Lakh), Saurabh Kumar (10 Lakh), Dan Christian (1 Cr), Milind Tandon (10 Lakh), R Tripathi (10 Lakh), Manoj Tiwary (50 Lakh), Lockie Ferguson (50 Lakh).

Royal Challengers Bangalore: Pawan Negi (1 Cr), Tymal Mills (12 Cr), Aniket Choudhary (INR 2 Cr), Praveen Dubey (10 Lakh), Billy Stanlake (30 Lakh).

Sunrisers Hyderabad: Tanmay Agarwal (10 Lakhs), Mohammad Nabi (30 Lakh), Ekalavya Dwivedi (75 Lakh), Rashid Khan (4 Cr), Pravin Tambe (10 Lakh), Chris Jordan (50 Lakh), Ben Laughlin (30 Lakh), Mohammed Siraj (2.60 Cr).

Marquee Players – 8

  1. Kevin Pietersen (England) – Rs 3.5 crore ($ 515,000) to Rising Pune Supergiants
  2. Dwayne Smith (West Indies) – Rs 2.3 crore ($ 388,000) to Gujarat Lions
  3. Ishant Sharma – Rs 3.8 crore ($ 559,000) to Pune
  4. Shane Watson (Australia) – Rs 9.5 crore ($ 1.39 million) to Royal Challengers Bangalore
  5. Ashish Nehra – Rs 5.5 crore ($ 810,000) to Sunrisers Hyderabad
  6. Yuvraj Singh – Rs 7 crore ($1.3 m) to Hyderabad
  7. Dale Steyn (South Africa) – Rs 2.3 crore ($ 388,000) to Gujarat
  8. Aaron Finch (Australia) – Rs 1 crore ($ 147,000) to Gujarat

Wicketkeepers – 4

  1. Sanju Samson – Rs 4.2 crore ($ 618,000) to Delhi
  2. Jos Buttler (England) – Rs 3.8 crore ($ 559,000) to Mumbai
  3. Dinesh Karthik – Rs 2.3 crore ($ 338,000) to Gujarat
  4. Sam Billings – Rs 30 lakh ($ 44,000) to Delhi

All-rounders – 12

  1. Irfan Pathan – Rs 1 crore ($ 147,000) to Pune
  2. Chris Morris (South Africa) – Rs 7 crore ($1.3 m) to Delhi
  3. Colin Munro (New Zealand) – Rs 30 lakh ($ 44,000) to Kolkata
  4. Stuart Binny – Rs 2 crore ($ 294,000) to Bangalore
  5. Mitchell Marsh (Australia) – Rs 4.8 crore ($ 707,000) to Pune
  6. Carlos Brathwaite (West Indies) – Rs 4.2 ($ 618,000) crore to Delhi
  7. Marcus Stoinis (Australia) – Rs 55 lakh ($ 81,000) to Punjab
  8. Jason Holder (West Indies) – Rs 70 lakh ($ 103,000) to Kolkata
  9. Thisara Perera (Sri Lanka) – Rs 1 crore ($ 147,000) to Pune
  10. Ben Cutting (Australia) – Rs 50 lakh ($ 73,000) to Hyderabad
  11. Andrew Tye (Australia) – Rs 50 lakh ($ 73,000) to Gujarat
  12. Farhaan Behardien (South Africa) – Rs 30 lakh ($ 44,000) to Punjab

Fast bowlers – 15

  1. Dhawal Kulkarni – Rs 2 crore ($ 294,000) to Gujarat
  2. John Hastings (Australia) – Rs 1.3 crore ($ 191,000) to Kolkata
  3. Praveen Kumar – Rs 3.5 crore ($ 515,000) to Gujarat
  4. Tim Southee – Rs 2.5 crore ($ 368,000) to Mumbai
  5. Mohit Sharma – Rs 6.5 crore ($ 957,000) to Punjab
  6. Mustafizur Rahman (Bangladesh) – Rs 1.4 crore ($ 206,000) to Hyderabad
  7. Jaydev Unadkat – Rs 1.6 crore ($ 235,000) to Kolkata
  8. Kyle Abbott (South Africa) – Rs 2.1 crore ($ 309,000) to Punjab
  9. Barinder Sran – Rs 1.2 crore ($ 176,000) to Hyderabad
  10. Abhimanyu Mithun – Rs 30 lakh ($44,000) to Hyderabad
  11. RP Singh – Rs 30 lakh ($ 44,000) to Hyderabad
  12. Ashok Dinda – Rs 50 lakh ($ 73,000) to Pune
  13. Kane Richardson (Australia) – Rs 2 crore ($ 294,000) to Bangalore
  14. Joel Paris (Australia) – Rs 30 lakh ($ 44,000) to Delhi
  15. Scott Boland (Australia) – Rs 50 lakh ($ 73,000) to Pune

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