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IPL 2019 Auction Live Streaming Updates: Check IPL 12 Team Player Price Retained List

IPL 2019 Auction Live Streaming Updates: Check IPL 12 Team Player Price Retained List: Well, today the IPL Player Auction 2019 took place and all the teams and franchise are set for it. You all should know that the IPL 2019 Auction has seen the 346 players go under the hammer to fill the 70 remaining slots for the eight franchises for the new season of the Indian Premier League which will take place soon. You all can read the IPL Player Auction 2019 related stuff here and you all can read the other information here.

IPL 12 Auction 2019 Player List

You all should know that the teams like Kings XI Punjab, Delhi Capitals, Rajasthan Royals, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Mumbai Indians, Chennai Super Kings, Kolkata Knight Riders, and Royal Challengers Bangalore took part on this amazing auction in Jaipur. Also, around 226 Indians and 120 International players were shortlisted for the auction and the result will be out soon.

IPL 2019 Auction LIVE Updates

Tushar Despande remains unsold

Tushar out for bidding for a third time tonight and no takers once again. No one interested in Dan Christian, Kedar Devdhar, Sandeep Warrier, Ashton Turner, Tanmay Mishra either

Back for final round

Jalan Saxena is the first name out after the break. He goes to Delhi Capitals for base price of Rs 20 lakh. As does Murugan Ashwin to KXIP for Rs 20 lakh. Ruturaj Gaikwad to CSK for Rs 20 lakh.

IPL Auction and Yuvraj Singh

Yuvraj Singh in IPL auctions:
2014: Bought by RCB for Rs 14 crore

2015: Bought by DD for Rs 16 crore

2016: Bought by SRH for Rs 7 crore

2017: Retained by SRH

2018: Bought by KXIP for Rs 2 crore

2019: Bought by MI for Rs 1 crore

Current status

Before the final round, here is how the teams stand:

10 minute break

All teams asked to put in 3 names into an envelope and share with the organisers for another accelerated round of auction

Unsold players

Ravi Sai Kishore, Ishan Porel, Jagadeesha Suchith, Saurabh Tiwary, Rishi Dhawan, Jason Holder, Luke Ronchi, Dale Steyn all go unsold

Akshdeep Nath

Akshdeep Nath who has played 51 T20s and scored 774 runs at a strike rate of 122, is back at base price of Rs 20 lakh. Also a neat bowling add with 12 wickets and a best of 3/20. RCB and CSK in the running for his services. The UP captain is sold to RCB for Rs 3.60 crore

No takers for…

India U19 batsman Ayush Badoni and Wasim Jaffer’s nephew Armaan Jaffer

Yuvraj Singh

Yuvraj Singh is also back into the auction and Mumbai Indians get him for Rs 1 crore

Manoj Tiwary, Chris Jordan

Manoj Tiwary and Chris Jordan come back into the auction and neither find takers.

Martin Guptill

Martin Guptill is brought back into the auction. Sunrisers Hyderabad make the bid and sold for Rs 1 crore

Unsold players

No takers for Shrikant Mundhe, Karanveer Kaushal, Mayank Dagar

KXIP add two players

Agnivesh Ayachi joins KXIP at base price of Rs 20 lakh. As does Harpreet Brar – also at the base price to KXIP.

Unsold players

Akash Parkar and Jamie Overton have no takers. Both go unsold.

Prayas Ray Barman

Another teenager gets the bidding. Prayas Ray Barman, 15-year-old allrounder, enters with base price of Rs 20 lakh. KXIP and RCB in the running. Just when RCB had him snapped up for Rs 1.10 crore, KXIP return. SOLD TO RCB FOR Rs. 1.50 CRORE!

Quick buys

Rasikh Dar sold to Mumbai Indians for Rs 20 lakh. Yarra Prithviraj to KKR for Rs 20 lakh. Liam Livingstone to RR for Rs 50 lakh. Keemo Paul to Delhi Capitals for Rs 50 lakh.

Prabhsimran Singh

Prabhsimran Singh gets some serious bidding from his base price of Rs 20 lakh. KXIP look to add local flavour while RCB in contest too. Hasn’t played the IPL before. A 17-year-old wicketkeeper and drawing the big bucks. Mumbai Indians enter with Rs 3 crore and up to Rs 3.8 crore. KXIP staying in it as RCB pull out. SOLD TO KXIP FOR Rs. 4.80 CRORE!

Shashank Singh

Shashank Singh enters with base price of Rs 20 lakh. Rajasthan Royals make the opening offer. Kings XI Punjab enter at 25 lakh. Rajasthan up the valu to Rs 30 lakh. Shashank sold to Rajasthan for 30 lakh

Sold for base price

Pankaj Jaiswal is in at Rs 20 lakh. Mumbai Indians raise the paddle and that is the closing bid. Sikkim’s Milind Kumar joins RCB for Rs 20 lakh. Vidarbha’s Darshan Nalkande enters at Rs 20 lakh and goes to KXIP for Rs 30 lakh

Harry Gurney

England bowler Harry Gurney is sold to KKR for Rs 75 lakh for his base price

Arshdeep, Nikhil Naik

Arshdeep sold to Kings XI for 20 lakh and Maharashtra wicketkeeper-batsman Nikhil Naik joins KKR for the same amount

Unsold players

Lewis Gregory, Vishnu Vinod, Pat Brown, Jaskaran Singh, Sandeep Warrier, Fabien Allen, Sikandar Raza, Ashton Turner all go unsold

Himmat Singh

Delhi batsman Himmat Singh enters the fray at 20 lakh. RCB and Rajasthan Royals fight for him. Himmat sold to RCB for 65 lakh in the end

Hardus Viljoen

South Africa’s Hardus Viljoen enters at Rs 75 lakh. Kings XI Punjab make the opening bid. That is the closing bid.

Oshane Thomas

Windies bowler Oshane Thomas bowled a neat spell in the Bangladesh ODI and now he gets the bids. The seamer enters with base price of Rs 50 lakh. KXIP and RR in the fray. SOLD TO RAJASTHAN ROYALS!

Unsold players

Qais Ahmad,  Satyajeet Bachhav, Joe Denly, Rilee Rossouw, Dan Christian, Manpreet Gony, Ali Khan, James Pattinson go unsold

Anrich Nortje

No suitors apart from KKR for South African bowler Anrich Nortje. Sold for Rs 20 lakh

Sherfane Rutherford

Sherfane Rutherford, the Windies six-hitter, enters at 40 lakh. Delhi Capitals and KKR look to snap him up. Only these two in the bidding war. Delhi in the lead and SOLD TO CAPITALS FOR Rs 2 CRORE!


Back after the break and this will be a quick bidding process: Pravin Dubey and Shubham Ranjane unsold

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More mid-break talk

VVS Laxman, Sunrisers mentor: “In the last auction we picked a squad that could play in different conditions and we had back-ups. Now we picked Saha, and Jonny Bairstow. He’s a great opener and wickekeeper so it gives us different combinations.

Ashish Nehra, RCB coach: “Shivam Dube has done well in T20s recently and Hetmyer gives us a middle-order option because a lot of Australian and England players will leave early. There’s no right or wrong in IPL, you pick the best players you need and we have a fast-bowling army.

Kaif, Delhi Capitals assistant coach: “We’ve got a back-up keeper now and also Ishant Sharma who’s doing well right now. He gives us a local flavour too. Colin Ingram is someone who could do well at No. 5-6 and he has got experience of playing in slow conditions.

Mike Hesson, Kings XI coach: “We had to wait and see how it was going (Varun Chakravarthy’s bid). He can bowl in the Powerpay and in the death and he can bat too.”

Parth Jindal, Delhi co-owner: Axar Patel was our No. 1 pick going in the auction. And frankly I was surprised to pay only 5 crore for him. When we released Maxwell, we knew we needed a finisher. Colin Ingram has played in the subcontinent and he’s from South Africa, that’s where the IPL may go, we’re told. so it helps because the Australian and England players won’t be available for the entire tournament. We also bought Ishant Sharma who knows the Kotla well. To be honest, getting him for 1.1 crore was a steal.”

Mohit Sharma returns to CSK

Mohit Sharma on his return to CSK as quoted by CricketNext: “I cannot explain words what it feels like going back to Chennai. To be very honest, I feel like I am going back home now. Everything that I have received in my life is from Chennai. I have played all my cricket from Chennai. Coming back to CSK, it is that kind of feeling that you might travel whole world, but eventually, you do have to come home and that is where you where you get maximum peace. I am currently in Chennai, coincidentally. The connect with Chennai staff, Chennai people is unparalleled.”

Mid-break speak

Manoj Badale, Rajasthan Royals co-owner: “The plan was to never lose Jaydev (Unadkat). We’ve also got Varun Aaron in our bowling attack and we just need to focus a bit on the back-up players keeping in mind the World Cup.”

Venky Mysore, KKR CEO: “As captain and coach decide, we have a very settled team. There were very specific gaps we needed to fill, so it was great to get Carlos Brathwaite. We saw him in the CPL. Lockie Ferguson brings us pace and firepower with the new ball. We just need to pick up couple more and go home happy. We have the money and we have all the slots sorted now.”

Dinesh Karthik, KKR captain: “I was a little amused initially watching it all happen. I’ve known some of these players so watching some go unsold I was a bit sad. It’s a very interesting process, it’s my first auction.”

Current IPL auction status

RCB, MI and CSK have all used their overseas quota.

Purse remaining:
CSK: Rs 3.4 crore (24 players acquired)

Delhi: 10.6 crore (21 players)

KXIP: 10.3 crore (16 players)

KKR: 8.6 crore (15 players)

MI: 4.95 crore (21 players)

RR: 10.15 crore (18 players)

RCB: 7.75 crore (20 players)

SRH: 6.3 crore (22 players)

Jayawardene on Malinga

Mahela Jayawardene, Mumbai Indians coach: “Malinga has made a comeback after 12 months and performing really well. We needed a senior who could guide the young group we have. He’s an MI player who’s performed for us so it’s easier to relate with Mali.”

Dale Steyn

Final player before the break is Dale Steyn and he goes unsold. After the break, teams will have luxury to go for players who were unsold in the first round. 7-15 players per team for reconsideration

Lockie Ferguson

New Zealand seamer Lockie Ferguson is next out of the bag. Enters with base price of Rs 1 crore. KXIP and KKR both interested but sold to KKR for Rs 1.60 crore

Unsold players

Vinay Kumar, Kane Richardson, Abhimanyu Mithun, Morne Morkel all go unsold.

Barinder Sran

After New Zealand’s Glenn Phillips goes unsold, Barinder Sran has some takers. Enters with base price of Rs 50 lakh and CSK, MI engage in bidding war. SOLD TO MUMBAI INDIANS FOR Rs 3.40 CRORE!

Barinder Sran

After New Zealand’s Glenn Phillips goes unsold, Barinder Sran has some takers. Enters with base price of Rs 50 lakh and CSK, MI engage in bidding war. SOLD TO MUMBAI INDIANS FOR Rs 3.40 CRORE!

Heinrich Klaasen

South Africa’s Heinrich Klaasen enters with Rs 50 lakh and goes for the base price to RCB

Ronchi, Mushfiqur, Perera unsold

Luke Ronchi enters at Rs 75 lakh and goes unsold. As does Mushfiqur Rahim (base price of Rs 50 lakh) and Kusal Perera (base price of Rs 75 lakh)

Sam Curran

After round of no bids, franchises are interested in England’s Sam Curran. Delhi Capitals and Royal Challengers Bangalore the interested franchises. KXIP join in at Rs 5.20 crore. He had come in with a base price of Rs 2 crore. SOLD TO KXIP FOR Rs 7.20 crore!

Shaun Marsh

Orange Cap holder in the opening IPL season Shaun Marsh goes unsold this time. As do Saurabh Tiwary, Hashim Amla, Jimmy Neesham, Angelo Mathews, Rishi Dhawan, Corey Anderson, Parvez Rasoool, Hason Holder

Colin Ingram

South Africa batsman Colin Ingram has set his base price at 2 crore. He’s a T20 specialist and won the BBL with Adelaide Strikers and then CPL with TKR. Delhi Capitals and SRH the interested franchises. SOLD TO DELHI CAPITALS FOR Rs. 6.40 CRORE!

Khawaja, Zazai, Hendricks unsold

Back after the break and first one out of the bag is Australia’s Usman Khawaja who remains unsold. Also going unsold is Hazratullah Zazai. Had hit six sixes in Afghanistan Premier League but no takers now. No takers, either for Reeza Hendricks

Purse remaining

Purse remaining for all franchises

Unsold players

Suchith, Yuvraj Chadusama, Zahir Khan, KC Cariappa, R Sai Kishore and M Ashwin all go unsold.

Nathu Singh

The streak of unsold players is sold with Rajasthan fast bowler Nathu Singh going to Delhi Capitals for base price of Rs 20 lakh

Unsold players

KS Bharat, KB Arun Karthik, Aniket Choudhary,  Ishan Porel, Rajneesh Gurbani, Chama Milind, Tushar Deshpande  all go unsold.

Ankush Bains

Ankush Bains starts off with base price of 20 lakh and sold to Delhi Capitals for the same

Jalaj Saxena, Sheldon Jackson, Baba Indrajith, Anuj Rawat

Jalaj Saxena, Sheldon Jackson, Baba Indrajith and Anuj Rawat enter at 20 lakh. And come out unsold.

Varun Chakravarthy

Varun Chakravarthy the Tamil Nadu mystery spinner enters at 20 lakh. And he brings in plenty of bids. Delhi Capitals got the ball rolling, CSK joined in before KXIP enter fray with Rs 3.60 crore. CSK not in the running anymore. Rajasthan Royals join in at Rs 5 crore. KKR join in too at Rs 7 crore. Finally goes to KXIP for Rs 8.40 crore. 

Shivam Dube

As expected, Shivam Dube enters at Rs 20 lakh and invites a bidding war. Delhi Capitals started, RCB joined in, MI came in at Rs 1.20 crore and RCB staying in it. RCB in the lead at Rs 3.40 crore. KXIP join in at Rs 4 crore. Back in RCB’s favour at Rs 4.60 crore. And, SOLD TO RCB FOR Rs 5 CRORE!

Ayush Badoni

India U19 captain Ayush Badoni goes unsold

Sarfraz Khan

Sarfaraz Khan is snapped up by KXIP for Rs 25 lakh after DC also made an offer at base price of Rs 20 lakh

Armaan Jaffer, Akshdeep Nath

No bids for Armaan Jaffer and Akshdeep Nath. Both entered at Rs 20 lakh

Anmolpreet Singh

Punjab batsman Anmolpreet Singh enters with base price of Rs 20 lakh. He was in top form in the domestic season.  And after a bidding war between MI and KXIP, he has been snapped up by MI for Rs 80 lakh

Manan Vohra, Sachin Baby, Ankeet Bawne

Manan Vohra, Sachin Baby and Ankeet Bawne all enter at Rs 20 lakh and all go unsold

Back after the break

Next set is of uncapped players: Devdutt Padikkal is first out of the bag and is sold to RCB for base price of Rs 20 lakh

Who went where?

We’re taking a breather here and this is how things have transpired so far: Who went where? and IPL squads of Delhi Capitals, Kolkata Knight Riders, Chennai Super Kings, Mumbai Indians, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Rajasthan Royals, Kings XI Punjab, Royal Challengers Bangalore

Khary Pierre, Fawad Ahmed

Khary Pierre who was Man of the Match during the CPL final goes unsold. As does Fawad Ahmed of Australia

Adam Zampa

Adam Zampa next up and he, too, goes unsold.

Rahul Sharma

Rahul Sharma is the next player out of the bag and he goes unsold

Mohit Sharma

Mohit Sharma comes in at 50 lakh. Delhi Capitals, KXIP, CSK and MI all interested before the latter two remaining in the running. Eventually sold to CSK for Rs 5 crore

Mumbai Indians holding their horses

Mumbai Indians have purse of Rs 9.15 crore and they are holding on for Shivam Dube

Varun Aaron

Varon Aaron, who went unsold last season, invites bids at Rs 50 lakh. He will be available throughout the season. Bidding war between Delhi Capitals and Rajasthan Royals. Sold to RR for Rs 2.40 crore!

Mohammed Shami

Another Indian seamer now in Mohammed Shami who enters with base price of Rs 1 crore. Interest from CSK and RR. CSK get things underway before Rajasthan Royals join in. Sold to KXIP for Rs 4.80 crore!

Lasith Malinga

Sri Lanka’s Lasith Malinga is the next player out of the bag. Base price of Rs 2 crore. And sold to former team Mumbai Indians for base price

Ishant Sharma

Ishant Sharma is the next player out of the bag. Base price of Rs 75 lakh. Interest from DC and RR to take his bidding to Rs 1.10 crore. Sold to Delhi Capitals!

Back after the break… Jaydev Unadkat

After the break, Jaydev Unadkat is the first player out of the bag as we move to seamers. Was the most expensive Indian player last year at Rs 11.5 crore and now he starts with Rs 1.50 crore. RR and DC the teams interested early on. CSK enter the fray with Rs 5 crore. RR up it to Rs 5.20 crore. RR take the bidding to Rs 6.60 crore. KXIP take it to Rs 7 crore. CSK are not interested anymore. Sold to Rajasthan Royals for Rs 8.40 crore! Most expensive player this auction

Wriddhiman Saha

Wriddhiman Saha is out of action for India since the injury. He’s snapped up by SRH for Rs 1.20 crore

Nicholas Pooran

Windies wicketkeeper and former Mumbai Indians player Nicholas Pooran is the next up. Base price of Rs 75 lakh. Delhi Capitals get the ball rolling before KXIP and RCB join in. RCB in the lead at Rs 1.60 crore but KXIP staying in it too. And the bidding war increases to Rs 4.20 crore in favour of KXIP. SOLD!

Jonny Bairstow

Jonny Bairstow is the first player sold among the wicketkeepers. SRH enter with Rs 1.50 crore and KXIP join fray with Rs 1.60 crore. Rises to Rs 2.20 crore in favour of SRH. SOLD!

Naman Ojha

On to wicketkeepers now and  Naman Ojha is the first up. Goes unsold. Also remaining unsold is Ben McDermott

Axar Patel

A nifty spin bowling option in Axar Patel is the next player out of the bag. Comes in with base price of 1 crore. KXIP and DC the teams interested. Delhi take the bidding to Rs 5 crore. AND SOLD!

Moises Henriques

Aussie allrounder Moises Henriques enters with base price of 1 crore and sold at base price to KXIP.

Yuvraj Singh

Yuvraj Singh finds no takers in the first round. He had entered with base price of Rs 1 crore. UNSOLD!

Gurkeerat Singh

Gurkeerat Singh up next at a base price of Rs 50 lakh. RCB the only takers late on and SOLD!

The IPL Auction 2019 started at 3:30 PM in Jaipur and the salary cap has been raised from Rs 80 to Rs 82 crores for the eight teams. We are pretty sure that the IPL Auction 2019 will amaze you and you all can check the updates here. Also, the auction hammer was yielded by the known face of Richard Madley by Hugh Edmeades for the 12th season of IPL.

IPL Auction 2019 Live Streaming

We all have seen that many players have played the game interestingly. Jaydev Unadkat who was the most expensive players last year was released by the RR. Also, we are expecting that the IPL Auction 2019 is going to make things clear for you. You all can check the IPL Auction Live Streaming 2019 on our webpage. IPL 2019 Auction starts at 3.30 PM IST on December 18, Tuesday in Jaipur, Rajasthan.

IPL Auction Live Streaming Online

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