IPL 2023 Auction: All you need to know about the mini auction on Dec 23

By Rohit - December 22, 2022 - Last updated on Dec 23, 2022 12:35 AM
IPL 2023 Auction: All you need to know about the mini auction on Dec 23

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The IPL 2023 auction will include some exciting off-field drama, as 10 organisations will compete fiercely to purchase their desired stars. Here is information on the events broadcast and live streaming.

On December 23, the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 auction will take place in Kochi, and all of the franchises are prepared to push hard to create a potent team in front of the IPLs 16th season. The squad sizes for each of the 10 franchises can total 25, yet several of the franchises have maintained their core group of players.

From a starting list of 991 players, this years mega auction will include 405 participants instead of the mega auction in 2022. There are 132 foreigners, including four from the partner nations, and 273 Indians. There are 296 uncapped cricketers and 119 players with caps. There will be 87 places overall across the 10 teams, 30 of which will be occupied by international players.

Allah The youngest player on the IPL 2023 shortlist is Mohammad Ghazanfar of the Mis Ainak Knights. Afghan offspinner with the right arm, Ghazanfar. The oldest player in the auction is Amit Mishra, a veteran of T20. The 40-year-old bowler, who played for the Delhi Daredevils in 2008, the Deccan Chargers in 2011, and the Sunrisers Hyderabad in 2013, is the only one in IPL history to have three hat-tricks. (2013).

How many players will be available in the IPL 2023 Auction, and how many open spots will there be?

In contrast to last year, when a total of 509 sportsmen were scheduled to be auctioned off, this years auction will feature 405 athletes from the initial list of 991 players. 273 of them are Indian citizens, and the rest 132 are foreigners, including four from partner countries. Of the 296 players, 119 have cricket caps and 119 have none. All 10 franchises will fill a total of 87 places, 30 of which will go to foreign players.

The purse remaining with each franchise

  • Sunrisers Hyderabad – SRH: 42.25
  • Punjab Kings – PBKS: 32.2
  • Lucknow Super Giants – LSG: 23.35
  • Mumbai Indians – MI: 20.55
  • Chennai Super Kings – CSK: 20.45
  • Delhi Capitals – DC: 19.45
  • Gujarat Titans – GT: 19.25
  • Rajasthan Royals – RR: 13.2
  • Royal Challengers Bangalore – RCB: 8.75
  • Kolkata Knight Riders – KKR: 7.05

Who is the auctioneer?

The auctioneer will be Hugh Edmeades, who replaced Richard Madley as of 2018. Unfortunately, Edmeades fell midway through Day 1 of the big auction the previous time, and Charu Sharma took his place. On Day 2, he did make a comeback during the last rounds of the auction for the final player spot.

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