Arjun Tendulkar- sold for 20 lakhs to Mumbai Indians
Wayne Parnell- Unsold
Reece Topley- Unsold
Chris Green- Unsold
Isuru Udana- Unsold
George Linde - Unsold
Chaitanya Bishnoi - Unsold
Yudhvir Charak- Sold for 20 lakhs to MI
Ajay Dev Goud-Unsold
Bhagavat Varma- sold for 20 lakhs to CSK
Jack Wildermuth- Unsold
Harsh Tyagi- Unsold
Gerald Coetzee- Unsold
Tim David- Unsold
Marco Jansen- sold to MI for 20 lakhs
Jimmy Neesham- Sold to Mumbai Indians for a base price of 20 lakhs
Scott Kuggleijn- Unsold
Kuldip Yadav- Sold for 20 lakhs to Royals
M.H. Reddy- Sold for 20 lakhs to CSK
Josh Inglis- Unsold
KS Bharat- Sold for 20 lakhs to RCB
S. Prabhudesai- Sold for 20 Lakhs to RCB
T. Dhillion- Unsold
Siddesh Lad- Unsold
Sean Abbott- Unsold
Mathew Wade- Unsold
Ben McDermott- Unsold
Thisara Perera- Unsold
Liam Livingstone- Sold for 75 Lakhs to Royals
Daniel Christian- sold for 4.8 crores to RCB
The Australian veteran who is one of the most experienced T20 players currently is under the hammer now. As expected the teams are showing great interest in the all-rounder. The bidding war continues for the Aussie, at 4.40 crores now. and RCB win the close bidding.
Fabian Allen- Sold for 75 lakhs to Punjab Kings
Ben Dwarshuis- Unsold
Vaibhav Arora- Sold for 20 lakhs to KKR
K.L. Shrijith- Unsold
Utkarsh Singh- Sold for 20 lakhs to Punjab Kings
Karan Sharma- Unsold
Jalaj Saxena- Sold for 30 lakhs to Punjab Kings
Naveen-Ul- Haq- Unsold
The Afghani youngster who was supposed to attract the bidding given his excellent performances in the last few months goes unsold. The set finishes with not a single player being sold.
Jason Behrendroff- Unsold
Mitchell McClenaghan- Unsold
Billy Stanlake- Unsold
Mohit Sharma- Unsold
Oshane Thomas- Unsold
Varun Aaron- Unsold
Moises Henriques- Sold for 4.20 crores to Punjab
Henriques looks to be of interest at the auctions a team mini-war takes place between Punjab and RCB. RCB ahead with 3.60 crores. Punjab raises their hand one more time. But RCB too. Punjab ahead at 4.20 crores and win the bid.
Marcus Labuschagne- Unsold
The Aussie all-rounder has set himself a base price of 1 crore. Not known for his hard-hitting, the teams show no interest in Aussie.
Gurkeerat Singh- Unsold
Tom Curran- Sold for 5.25 crores to Delhi Capitals
Ben Cutting- Sold for 75 lakhs to KKR
Kyle Jamieson- sold for 15 crores to RCB
Another player with a lot of potential, the kiwi all-rounder is already setting the auction ablaze reaching 5.50 crores in no time. RCB ahead with 6.50 crores. Delhi not backing out. RCB raises the stakes again. Punjab too joins the action. Reaches 8 crore club. Make that 9. RCB leading the bidding with 10 crores. Punjab willing to go further. Jamieson finds the 12 crore mark. RCH ahead at 15 crores, making him the second most expensive player in this auction.
Pawan Negi- Sold for 50 lakhs to KKR
Martin Guptill- Unsold
Cheteshwar Pujara- Sold for 50 lakhs to CSK
The Indian test specialist with vast experience is in the spotlight now. Chennai shows interest at his base price of 50 lakhs and with no other teams showing interest, Chennai wins the bid. A good anchor?
Rassie Van der Dussen- Unsold
Darren Bravo- Unsold
Devon Conway- Unsold
The experienced Aussie is under the hammer now. Goes unsold at the base price of 1.50 crores.
Rovman Powell- Unsold
Tejas Baroka- Unsold
Midhun Sudhesan- Unsold
K.C. Cariappa- Sold for 20 lakhs to Royals
Jagadeesha Suchith- Sold for 30 lakhs to SRH
Karanveer Singh- Unsold
M. Siddharth- Sold for 20 lakhs to Delhi Capitals
Tushar Deshpande- Unsold
Riley Meredith- sold for 8 crores to Punjab Kings
The Aussie spearhead who had a wonderful season in the BBL 2020 is under the hammer now. A lot of interest shown in the youngster. Punjab ahead at 1.3 crores. Delhi goes 2 crores for him. Looks like he is the center of attraction now with so many bids coming up for him. Almost near the 5 crore mark now. The Aussie is having the day of his life. Punjab have the pacer at 8 crores making him the most expensive uncapped foreign player in the auction this year.
Kuldeep Sen- Unsold
Chetan Sakariya- Sold for 1.2 crores to Rajasthan Royals.
Lukman Meriwala- Sold for 20 lakhs to Delhi Capitals
Ankit Singh Rajpoot- Unsold
Mujtaba Yousuf- Unsold
Avi Barot- Unsold
Mohammad Azharudden- sold for 20 lakhs to RCB
The Kerala wicket-keeper batsman who scored 137 runs of 54 balls in the SMAT T20 Cup against Mumbai goes to RCB for the base price of 20 lakhs.
Sheldon Jackson- Sold for 20 lakhs to KKR
Vishnu Vinod- Sold for 20 lakhs to Delhi Capitals
Vivek Singh- Unsold
K. Gowtham- sold for 9.25 crores to CSK
Sunrisers and KKR show immense interest in the all-rounder. The 32-year old is setting the auction on fire. Currently, at 6.50 he is the most expensive Indian in this auction currently. Sunrisers ahead now at 7.25 crores. Chennai joins the bidding war at 7.75 crores. At a base price of 20 lakhs, he is up for big money already. CSK ahead now at 9.25 and they win the bid. Gowtham becomes the most expensive Indian player this auction.
Shahrukh Khan- Sold for 5.25 crores to Punjab Kings
The Tamilnadu hard-hitter who showcased some immense power hitting in the recently concluded SMAT T20 Cup is under the hammer now. As expected the teams go all out for the youngster. From a base price of 20 lakhs, he is at 1.50 crores now. Delhi ahead now at 2 crores. Punjab joins the party now. RCB ahead now at 2.60 crores. RCB shows more faith in the youngster as they raise the bar to 3 crores. Kings now at 4 crores. Punjab gets the hard-hitter at 5.25 crores.
Ripal Patel- sold for 20 lakhs to Delhi Capitals
Atit Sheth- Unsold
Vishnu Solanki- Unsold
Baroda's superstar who played a sensation in the SMAT goes unsold.
Himmat Singh- Unsold
Rajat Patidar- Sold for 20 lakhs to RCB.
Rahul Gahlaut- Unsold
Sachin Baby- Sold for 20 lakhs to RCB.
RCB shows interest in the Kerala batsman at his base price and gets him.
Hari Nishanth- Sold for 20 lakhs to CSK
Himanshu Rana- Unsold
Qais Ahmad- Unsold
The Afghani spinner who had a great time at the International level and the T10 Abu Dhabi league finds no place in the Indian Premier League.
Piyush Chawla- Sold to Mumbai Indians for 2.40 crores
One of the most experienced spinners in the tournament and a leading wicket-taker. Capitals and Mumbai Indians show interest in the veteran. From a base price of 50 lakhs, he is not at 1.40 crores. Mumbai Indians win the bid at 2.40 crores.
Ish Sodhi- Unsold
Harbhajan Singh- Sold for 2 crores to KKR
Yet another surprise as the experience Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh goes unsold.
Mujeeb- Ur- Rahman- Sold for 1.5 crores to SRH
The Afghanistan spinner was of no interest at first-bit but SRH, who have a strong bowling unit decide to strengthen their line-up by picking up the Afghani youngster for 1.5 crores.
Rahul Sharma- Unsold
Adil Rashid- Unsold
Umesh Yadav- Sold for 1 crore to Delhi Capitals
Former RCB up for the grabs for 1 crore. Capitals are the first ones to show interest at his base price. Sold to Delhi for 1 crore.
Sheldon Cotrell- Unsold
At a base price of 1 crore., No one shows interest in the West Indian yet and he remains unsold.
Nathan Coulter-Nile- Sold to Mumbai Indians for 5 crores
Jhye Richardson- Sold to Punjab Kings for 14 crores.
The much-awaited Australian pacer is under the hammer now. The highest wicket-taker in the recently concluded BBL is expected to set the auction ablaze and he is doing that. At 4.4 crores, he is already one of the highest picks this season. Delhi Capitals ahead now at 5 crores. Delhi and RCB all out for the Aussie pacer. At 7.25 crores, Delhi is ahead. Punjab Kings join the action. Punjab ahead at 10 crores. Add another 1.50 crores. 13.50 crores now, bid with Kings. At 14 crores, Richardson becomes the third most expensive player this auction.
Mushtafizur Rahman- Sold to Royals for 1 crore. A real good buy I feel.
Adam Milne- Sold for 3.20 crores to Mumbai Indians
Royals show interest in the kiwi Spearhead. Mumbai Indians join the bidding as well. From a base price of 50 lakhs, the kiwi now stands at 1.4 crores with the Mumbai Indians. With Mumbai Indians now at 2 crores. Sunrisers join the war with 2.60 crores. Mumbai shows more interest at 3.20 crores and is rewarded.
Kusal Perera- Unsold
At a base price of 50 lakhs goes unsold.
Sam Billings- Sold for 2 crores to DC
Alex Carey- Unsold
Next is the experienced Wicket-keeper batsman- Alex Carey. At a base price of 1.50 crores goes unsold.
Glenn Philips- unsold
The first one out of the hat is the kiwi Wicket-keeper- Glenn Philips.
Dawid Malan- sold to Punjab kings for 1.5 crores.
The World no.1 T20 Batsman- Dawid Malan under the hammer now. Punjab Kings take him easily with no competition for a price of 1.5 crores. Call it a steal?
Chris Morris- Sold to Royals for 16.25 crores
From a base price of 75 lakhs. The all-rounder reaches 5 crores in no time. Mumbai indians have him at 5 crores. Reaches the 6 crore mark. RCb now ahead at 7.25. RCB shows more interest at 7.75. Mumbai Indians do not mind the 8 crores mark. Mumbai Indians ahead now at 9 crores. Make that 10 crores. Royals join the bidding at 10.25. Royals ahead with 11.25. But Mumbai Indians want him bad. Morris reaches the 12 cr mark.
Morris reaches the 14.50 mark, which now puts him ahead of Glenn Maxwell. Royals have him now at 14.75 crores. Punjab on top at 15 crores now.
Another talented all-rounder, the South African Chris Morris is up for the grabs now. At 15.75, Chris Morris of South African has become the most expensive foreign player in the history of IPL. Morris now with Royals for 16.25 making him the most expensive player in the IPL history ahead of Yuvraj Singh (16 crores).
Shivam Dube- Sold to Rajasthan Royals for 4.4 crores
Sunrisers open the bid with a base price. Dube reaches the 1 crore mark. Quickly touches the 2 crore mark. At 2.4 crores now with the Royals. Sunrisers back again now at 3 crores. Sunrisers once again ahead now at 3.4 crores. Delhi Capitals join the party at 3.8 crores. Royals aren't backing out, as the former RCB reaches the 4 crore club. Royals win the bid at 4.4 crores.
Indian young all-rounder Shivam Dube at a base price of 50 lakhs is the interest now.
Moeen Ali- Sold to CSK for 7 crores.
Punjab seems to be interested once again. CSK now into it at 2.2 crores. Punjab and CSK are the fighters now. CSK raises their hand again for 3 crores. Punjab now with 3.2, CSK quickly raises their hand. 4.6 crores now, with CSK. Punjab with more than 50 crores to spend are not backing out. CSK takes the Englishman to 5 crores. At 7 crores and Moeen Ali will be donning the Yellow this time.
Former RCB player- Moeen Ali in the spotlight now. at 2 crores base price.
Shakib Al Hasan- Sold to KKR for 3.2 crores
KKR open the bidding at his base price of 2 crores. Kings as expected join KKR. Back with KKR now at 2.4 crores. A long discussion by the Kings. Kings show no interest anymore. No, they do, again. KKR and Kings in a neck-to-neck battle now. KKR ahead now. KKR call for 3.20 crores.
Another star all-rounder under the hammer now. It is the Bangladesh star- Shakib Al Hasan.
Kedar Jadhav- Sold for 2 crores to SRH
Kedar Jadhav at a base price of 2 crores will go to SRH at the base price.
Glenn Maxwell- Sold to RCB for 14. 25 crores.
The much-awaited Glenn Maxwell is under the hammer. Available for 2 crores. KKR showing interest at the base price. Royals come in with 2.2, KKR goes again. Maxwell keeps heating up the auction as always. At 4 crores now and looks to be turning it up. RCB ahead now at 4 crores. KKR goes 4.2 crores. RCB at 4.4 crores. Out of nowhere comes Chennai Super Kings with a bid. Reaches 5 crores now. CSK ahead now with 5.5 crores. Maxwell reaches the 6 crores mark. RCB on top with 6.25 crores. CSK back with 6.5. RCB and CSK go neck to neck. CSK ahead at 7.50 crores.
Maxwell touches the 8 crore mark. With CSK now at 9 crores. Will RCB go again? The answer is yes. Almost near the 10 crore club now. Yes. CSK goes with him for 10 crores. RCB isn't backing out. 10.25 cr with RCB now. 11 crores now and does not look like it's stopping now. CSK have a long discussion and goes for an 11.50 crore bid. CSK holding the bid at 12 crores.
Maxwell currently now with CSK for 13 crores. Will RCB go any further? Yes... RCB goes with 13.25. Maxwell should be enjoying this...
13.50 with CSK now. Is the Aussie going to shatter the records? 14 now? CSK thinking about it. And they go with it. RCB now ahead at 14.25. CSK back out.
At the end of Set 1, we just have one player sold.
Hanuman Vihari- unsold
Indian test specialist- Hanuman Vihari for the takes at 1 crore. Another one goes unsold and that completes Set 1.
Aaron Finch- Unsold
Former Aussie Skipper- Aaron Finch under the hammer now. Discussions going on but no bidding yet. Finch at 1 cr goes unsold.
Evin Lewis- unsold
Evin Lewis now under the heat. No interest is shown on the West Indian power hitter.
Steve Smith- Sold to Delhi Capitals for 2.2 crores.
The much-awaited former Rajasthan Royals skipper- Steve Smith is under the hammer. Punjab and RCB show interest in the Aussie. Delhi get involved at 2.2 crores. last chance...
Jason Roy- unsold
English opener- Jason Roy is the third player under the hammer.
Alex Hales- Unsold
Alex Hales is the second player that goes under the hammer.
Karun Nair- Sold for 50L to KKR
Hugh Edmeades takes over. The first player to go under the hammer is Karun Nair. With a base price of 50 lakhs.
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Here we go, the much-awaited auction is just a few minutes away. The franchise management team have taken their seats and we are all set for the roll.
Royal Challengers Bangalore have a salary gap of 35.90 crores, which is the second-highest after the Punjab Kings. With many of their big names- Moeen Ali, Chris Morris, Aaron Finch, and Isuru Udana being released by the franchise. They are expected to be involved in some intriguing bidding wars.
Mumbai Indians have a salary cap of 15.35 crores. With 8 slots to be filled, which includes 2 foreign slots. We are just a few moments away from knowing the new recruits to the most successful franchise in the tournament.
Stay tuned with Cricwizz as we bring you the auction updates with all the details you need.
Indian Premier League auction 2021 live updates
The much-awaited Indian Premier League 2021 mini-auction is here and few teams like the Royal Challengers Bangalore and Kings Xl Punjab are expected to have a busy day considering the number of slots they need to fill in.
Though this auction considered a mini-auction, it still does have a number of world-class players, who are expected to set the bidding table on fire. From the likes of Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell to former Rajasthan Royals and Australian skipper- Steve Smith, the list only gets exciting.