The IPL auction 2020 will be auctioned in Kolkata on December 19 for the IPL to be played next year. Players from all over the world have received applications for this auction.
New Delhi The players are to be auctioned for the Indian Premier League 2020 season this month. Many aspiring players from all over the world have applied to join Nilani. Rare players like Pat Cummins, Dale Steyn and Maxwell have kept their brace price at Rs 2 crore.
The IPL to be played next year will be auctioned on December 19 in Kolkata. Players from all over the world have received applications for this auction. A total of 971 players have expressed their desire to be part of the auction with the hope of playing in next year's tournament. The final list of players to be included in the auction will be released on 9 December.
The Australian all-rounder had decided to stay away from the IPL last time, but this time he will play in the tournament. This time fast bowler Mitchell Starc has kept a distance from the tournament. Let us tell you which star players have kept their brace price.
A total of seven-star players have given their names in the base price of 2 crores. It stars fast bowler Dale Steyn (South Africa), Pat Cummins (Australia), Jose Hazlewood (Australia), Chris Lynn (Australia), Mitchell Marsh (Australia), Grain Maxwell (Australia) and Angelo Mathews (Sri Lanka).
Star players with a base price of 1.5 crores
At the same time, 9 players have kept their base price 1.5 crores. It also includes India's left-hander batsman Robin Uthappa. Apart from Uthappa, the list includes Sean Marsh (Australia), Ken Richardson, Eoin Morgan (England), Jason Roy (England), Chris Woakes (England), David Wiley, Chris Morris and Kyle Abbott.