IPL Auction Today: IPL Auction LIVE Updates: Sam Curran gets highest-ever bid, sold to Punjab Kings for Rs 18.5 crore; Mumbai get Green for Rs 17.5 crore

IPL auction live updates: England all-rounder Sam Curran on Friday became the most expensive player in Indian Premier League (IPL) history after he was bought by Punjab Kings for Rs 18.50 crore in the mini-auction of the cash-rich tournament in 2023.

There was intense bidding between MI, CSK, RR, LSG and PBKS for Curran, who was the Player of the Tournament at the T20 World Cup in Australia. However, PBKS eventually got all of England.

After Curran, Australian Cameron Green also attracted huge offers from franchises and became the second most expensive player in IPL history after being picked by Mumbai Indians for a whopping 17.5 crores.

Prior to this auction, South African hotshot Chris Morris was the most expensive buy in the IPL. Rajasthan Royals signed him for Rs. 16.25 crore in the 2021 auction.

Meanwhile, England Test captain Ben Stokes was sold to Chennai Super Kings for Rs 16.25 crore after fierce bidding with LSG and SRH.

On the other hand, Rajasthan Royals bought Jason Holder for 5.75 crores and sold the likes of Odean Smith and Sikandar Raza for 50 lakhs to Gujarat Titans and Punjab Kings respectively. Shakib Al Hasan was a no-sold all-rounder for Bangladesh.

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RCB, CSK and Gujarat Titans are finalized with the 25-man squad list

Money remains, total slots remain

DC: 9.05 million and 1 slot
KKR: 4.15 million and 6 slots
LSG: 4.25 million and 2 slots
MI: 0.25 million and 2 slots
PBKS: 12.20 crores and 3 slots
RR: Rs 6.75 core and 6 slots
SRH: 7.75 million and 2 slots

The first round of acceleration offers has ended

A 15 minute break has been announced as some franchises send in more names.

He sold it to Nehal Wadhera MI for his base price of 20 lakhs

Bhagath Verma was retained by CSK for Rs 20 lakh

Ajay Mandal was bought by CSK for Rs 20 lakh

Kulwant Khejroliya to KKR

It was sold to the team for 20 lakhs.

R Sonu Yadav goes to RCB

TN allrounder R Sonu Yadav came in at Rs 20 lakh and was sold to RCB for the base price.

Kunal Rathore to RR at a base price of Rs 20 lakh

Tom Curran remains unsold

Tom Curran, brother of Sam Curran who became the highest bidder ever on Day 1 of the IPL auctions, went unsold.

Nitish Kumar Reddy has joined SRH

He was bought for Rs 20 lakh.

Netherlands’ Paul van Meeker, India’s Akash Singh remain unsold

Kaverappa was sold at a base price of Rs 20 lakh to PBKS

Rajan Kumar joins RCB

Kumar’s bidding started at Rs 20 lakh. RCB opened the bidding, followed by KKR. The bid touched 70 lakh and the player was sold to RCB.

Vishnu Vinod joins MI, bought for Rs 20 lakh

Sold Urvil Patel to Gujarat Titans for Rs 20 lakh

J Suchith, B Indrajith remain unsold

Donovan Ferreira joins RR, bought for Rs 50 lakh

Prerak Mankad was bought by LSG for Rs 20 lakh

Duan Jansen goes to MI for 20 lakhs

Mayank Dagar has joined Sunrisers Hyderabad, sold for Rs 1.8 crore

Dagar’s initial bid was Rs 20 lakh. SRH opened the bidding, Royals joined in and the bid rose steadily to Rs 75 lakh. After a tough fight, he was sold to SRH for 1.8 crores.

Manoj Bhandage sold

RCB made their Bengaluru Huduga and bought the player for Rs 20 lakh.

Harpreet Bhatia joins Punjab Kings

Harpreet Bhatia’s initial bid was 20 lakhs. The bid was increased by KKR to compete with PBKS but the player was sold to PBKS for Rs 40 lakh.

Amit Mishra sold to Lucknow Super Giants

40-year-old Mishra’s initial bid was Rs 50 lakh. Lucknow Super Giants have bought the player.

Piyush Chawla goes to Mumbai Indians

The former Indian leggie was auctioned for Rs 50 lakh and bought by MI. It went unsold last year.

The bag remains and the slits remain

  • Punjab Kings: 13.20 crores and 1 slot
  • SRH: 9.75 crores and 1 slot
  • Gujarat Titans: 9.55 crores and 1 slot
  • Delhi Capitals: 9.05 crores and 1 slot
  • Rajasthan Royals: 7.45 crores and 3 slots
  • KKR: 5.55 crores and 3 slots
  • LSG: 5.15 million and 1 slot
  • RCB: 3.45 crores and 0 wickets
  • CSK: 1.90 crore and 0 wickets
  • MI: 1.55 million and 1 slot

The auction takes a 45-minute break as teams decide their 10-man rosters for the next round of auctions

Kyle Jamieson goes to Chennai Super Kings for Rs 1 crore

No sell to Dushmantha Chamee

Jimmy Neesham on the block for Rs 2 crore

Wayne Parnell for sale

All including Nabi, Daryl Mitchell, Neesham, Parnell, Shanaka for sale in set 12

England’s Will Jacks goes to 3.20 crores for RCB

Sold former Sunrisers man Manish Pandey to Delhi Capitals for Rs 2.4 crore

Manish Pandey on the auction block

Punjab celebrates record acquisition of Curran

Curran and Raza to play together for Punjab Kings

IPL auction 2023: DC picks up Mukesh Kumar

After a pause, continuously raise the paddles on both the PBKS and DC tables. PBKS in the lead at 4 million. No franchise is out yet. Big payout for the Bengal player who achieved the rare feat of being called into the Indian team before playing an IPL game. Sold to DC for 5.5 million

He sold Shivam Mavi to Gujarat Titans for 6 crores

Former Knight Rider Shivam Mavi on the block at 40 lakhs

IPL Auction 2023: Kerala’s Mohammed Azharude remains unsold

He sold Samarth Vyas to Sunrisers for Rs 20 lakh

Vivrant Sharma to SRH

J&K’s Vivrant Sharma comes in at 20 lakhs. Sold to SRH for 2.6 crores

IPL Auction 2023 LIVE Updates: Shaik Rasheed sold to CSK at a base price of Rs 20 lakh

IPL Auction Live: Uncapped players go on the block

IPL Auction News Live: England’s Curran has been a big winner in the IPL auction

England international Sam Curran became the most expensive player bought by the Indian Premier League on Friday when Punjab Kings paid Rs 18.5 crore for his services.

The fast and attacking left-arm batsman was among the best cricketers in the world to go under the hammer this year.

His purchase set a local currency record, surpassing all South African Chris Morris, who was snapped up by Rajasthan Royals for Rs 16.25 crore in 2021.

IPL Auction 2023 Live: Adam Zampa goes unsold in IPL auction

With no one making a move for the former RCB man, the bowler remains unsold

IPL auction: Adam Zampa goes up on the auction block at a base price of Rs 1.5 crore

Sunrisers pick up Rashid for Rs 2 crore

IPL auction live: Adil Rashid steps up on the block

IPL Auction Live: Delhi buy veteran Ishant Sharma for Rs 50 lakh

IPL Auction Live: Unadkat won by Lucknow Super Giants at base price

The comeback man in Tests, Saurashtra’s workhorse in domestic cricket, captain as well, and the most wicket-taking (19) winner of the recent VHT. No recipient to begin with. The initial bid comes from LSG and goes to Lucknow, with no competition at all.

Jaydev Unadkat, has been auctioned at a base price of Rs 50 lakh

Reece Topley was bought by Royal Challengers Bangalore for 1.9 crores

Delhi have acquired Salt at his base price of Rs 2 crore

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