IPL 2021: 292 players to be included in auction, list released by BCCI
The Board of Control for Cricket in India has announced the list of players for the IPL-2021 auction.
In which a total of 292 players are involved
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has announced the list of players for the IPL 2021 season auction.
➡A total of 292 players will come up for auction.
➡While 8 teams need a total of 61 players.
➡The players will be auctioned on February 18 in Chennai.
➡Eight IPL teams have returned 139 players this time.
➡While 57 players have been released by his team.
➡A total of Rs 196.6 crore will be at stake.
How many players will participate,
292 players will compete for 61 vacancies.
A total of 1114 cricketers had registered for the IPL 2021 auction.
The franchise has since shortlisted 292 players to the final.
A total of 11 players have a base price of Rs 2 crore, including two Indian players.
A maximum of 61 players at stake
➡All franchises want to meet their quota and will need a total of 61 players.
➡If the franchise has 25 more ➡players in its squad, 61 players will be taken.
➡Up to 22 of which can be foreign players.
The category of registered players is as follows.
➡Capped Indian (21 players)
Capped International (186 players)
➡Associate (27 players)
Uncapped Indian player who has played at least 1 IPL match- (50 players)
➡Foreign uncapped player who has played at least 1 IPL match- (2 players)
➡Uncapped Indian (743 players)
➡Uncapped International (68 players)