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IPL 2024 Auction: Players List, Date, Schedule, Teams, and Venue

IPL 2024 Auction: The Indian Premier League (IPL) is one of the most popular sporting events in the world, held in India.

The IPL is a franchise-based cricket tournament. Every year, thousands of cricketers from all over the world participate in it and entertain millions of cricket fans. 2024 will be the 16th season of the Indian Premier League 2024, and it is just around the corner. Like every year, the IPL auction table is ready to bid on players.

There is tremendous excitement among cricketers and fans around the world regarding the IPL 2024 auction.

IPL Auction 2024 Date and Information

IPL Auction 2024 Date: December 19th, 2023

Venue: Dubai’s Coca-Cola Arena is up for the IPL Auction 2024

Teams: Ten teams participate in the IPL, which include:

●   Chennai Super Kings (CSK)

●   Delhi Capitals (DC)

●   Gujarat Titans (GT)

●   Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)

● Lucknow Super Giants (LSG)

●  Mumbai Indians (MI)

●   Punjab Kings (PBKS)

●   Rajasthan Royals (RR)

●   Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)

● Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)

IPL 2024 Auction Players List:

More than 1100 players, including the biggest names in the world of cricket, have registered for the IPL 2024 Auction Players List.

Set 1:

Harry Brook – England – 200

Travis Head – Australia – 200

Karun Nair – India – 50

Manish Pandey – India – 50

Rovman Powell – West Indies – 100

Rilee Rossouw – South Africa – 200

Steve Smith – Australia – 200

Set 2:

Gerald Coetzee – South Africa – 200

Pat Cummins – Australia – 200

Wanindu Hasaranga – Sri Lanka – 150

Daryl Mitchell – New Zealand – 100

Azmatullah Omarzai – Afghanistan – 50

Harshal Patel – India – 200

Rachin Ravindra – New Zealand – 50

Shardul Thakur – India – 200

Chris Woakes – England – 200

Set 3:

K.S. Bharat – India – 50

Josh Inglis – Australia – 200

Kusal Mendis – Sri Lanka – 50

Philip Salt – England – 150

Tristan Stubbs – South Africa – 50

Set 4:

Lockie Ferguson – New Zealand – 200

Josh Hazlewood – Australia – 200

Alzarri Joseph – West Indies – 100

Dilshan Madushanka – Sri Lanka – 50

Shivam Mavi – India – 50

Chetan Sakariya – India – 50

Mitchell Starc – Australia – 200

Jaydev Unadkat – India – 50

Umesh Yadav – India – 200

Set 5:

Akeal Hosein – West Indies – 50

Mujeeb Rahman – Afghanistan – 200

Adil Rashid – England – 200

Mohammad Waqar Salamkheil – Afghanistan – 50

Tabraiz Shamsi – South Africa – 50

Ish Sodhi – New Zealand – 75

Set 6:

Priyansh Arya – India – 20

Saurav Chuahan – India – 20

Shubham Dubey – India – 20

Rohan Kunnummal – India – 20

Angkrish Raghuvanshi – India – 20

Sameer Rizvi – India – 20

Manan Vohra – India – 20

Set 7:

Raj Angad Bawa – India – 20

Shahrukh Khan – India – 40

Mohd. Arshad Khan – India – 20

Sarfaraz Khan – India – 20

Arshin Kulkarni – India – 20

Vivrant Sharma – India – 20

Atit Sheth – India – 20

Hrithik Shokeen – India – 20

Ramandeep Singh – India – 20

Set 8:

Ricky Bhui – India – 20

Tom Kohler-Cadmore – England – 40

Kumar Kushagra – India – 20

Urvil Patel – India – 20

Vishnu Solanki – India – 20

Set 9:

Rasikh Dar – India – 20

Yash Dayal – India – 20

Sushant Mishra – India – 20

Ishan Porel – India – 20

Akash Singh – India – 20

Kartik Tyagi – India – 20

Kuldip Yadav – India – 20

Set 10:

Murgan Ashwin – India – 20

Shreyas Gopal – India – 20

Pulkit Narang – India – 20

M. Siddharth – India – 20

Shiva Singh – India – 20

Manav Suthar – India – 20

Set 11:

Finn Allen New – Zealand – 75

Alick Athanaze – West Indies – 50

Mark Chapman – New Zealand – 50

Samuel Hain – England – 50

Reeza Hendricks – South Africa – 50

Brandon King – West Indies – 50

Colin Munro – New Zealand – 150

Sherfane Rutherford – West Indies – 150

Ashton Turner – Australia – 100

Rassie Van Der Dussen – South Africa – 200

James Vince – England – 200

Ibrahim Zadran – Afghanistan – 50

Najibullah Zadran – Afghanistan – 50

Set 12:

Sean Abbott – Australia – 200

Ashton Agar – Australia – 100

Wesley Agar – Australia – 50

Qais Ahamad – Afghanistan – 50

Rehan Ahmed – England – 50

Fabian Allen – West Indies – 75

Charith Asalanka – Sri Lanka – 50

Michael Bracewell – New Zealand – 100

Brydon Carse – England – 50

Tom Curran – England – 150

Ben Cutting – Australia – 50

Matthew Forde – West Indies – 50

George Garton – England – 50

Jason Holder – West Indies – 150

George Linde – South Africa – 50

Keshav Maharaj – South Africa – 50

Wiaan Mulder – South Africa 50

Mohammad Nabi – Afghanistan – 150

James Neesham – New Zealand – 150

Jamie Overton – England – 200

Keemo Paul – West Indies – 75

Dwaine Pretorius – South Africa – 100

Daniel Sams – Australia – 150

Dasun Shanaka – Sri Lanka – 50

Matthew Short – Australia – 50

Odean Smith – West Indies – 50

Hanuma Vihari – India – 50

David Willey – England – 200

Set 13:

Sam Billings – England – 100

Johnson Charles – West Indies – 50

Ben Duckett – England – 200

Shai Hope – West Indies – 75

Set 14:

Varun Aaron – India – 50

Fareed Ahmad – Afghanistan – 50

Taskin Ahmed – Bangladesh – 75

Gus Atkinson – England – 100

Dushmanta Chameera – Sri Lanka – 50

Ben Dwarshuis – Australia – 50

Richard Gleeson – England – 50

Matt Henry – New Zealand – 75

Md Shoriful Islam – Bangladesh – 50

Kyle Jamieson – New Zealand – 100

Spencer Johnson – Australia – 50

Chris Jordan – England – 150

Siddharth Kaul – India – 50

Lahiru Kumara – Sri Lanka – 50

Obed Mccoy – West Indies – 50

Riley Meredith – Australia – 100

Tymal Mills – England – 150

Adam Milne – Ne – Zealand – 100

Lance Morris – Australia – 75

Blessing Muzarabani – Zimbabwe – 50

Richard Ngarava – Zimbabwe – 50

Wayne Parnell – South Africa – 100

Mustafizur Rahman – Bangladesh – 200

Jhye Richardson – Australia – 150

Ollie Robinson – England – 75

George Scrimshaw – England – 50

Tim Southee – New Zealand – 150

Barinder Sran – India – 50

Billy Stanlake – Australia – 75

Olly Stone – England – 75

Oshane Thomas – West Indies – 50

Nuwan Thushara – Sri Lanka – 50

Sandeep Warrier – India – 50

Lizaad Williams – South Africa – 50

Luke Wood – England – 50

Set 15:

Dinesh Bana – India – 20

Swastik Chhikara – India – 20

Rajat Dey – India – 20

Abhimanyu Easwaran – India – 20

Rithik Easwaran – India – 20

Chirag Gandhi – India – 20

Nikhil Gangta – India – 20

Sudip Gharami – India – 20

Ansh Gosai – India – 20

Azim Kazi – India – 20

Amandeep Khare – India – 20

Ankit Kumar – India – 20

Bhupen Lalwani – India – 20

Pukhraj Mann – India – 20

Tanmay Mishra – India – 20

Salman Nizar – India – 20

Priyank Panchal – India – 20

Akshat Raghuwanshi – India – 20

Ekant Sen – India – 20

Subhranshu Senapati – India – 20

Naushad Shaikh – India – 20

Dhruv Shorey – India – 20

Himmat Singh – India – 20

Virat Singh – India – 20

Shashank Singh – India – 20

Sumeet Verma – India – 20

Set 16:

P.A. Abdul – India – 20

Murugan Abhishek – India – 20

Atharva Ankolekar – India – 20

Baba Aparajith – India – 20

Jass Inder Baidwan – India – 20

Corbin Bosch – South Africa – 30

Rahul Buddhi – India – 20

Vaisakh Chandran – India – 20

Writtick Chatterjee – India – 20

Raj Chaudhary – India – 20

Ravi Chauhan – India – 20

Ashwin Das – India – 20

Aarya Desai – India – 20

Vineet Dhankhar – India – 20

Naman Dhir – India – 20

Harsh Dubey – India – 20

Prerit Dutta – India – 20

Jake Fraser-Mcgurk – Australia – 20

Shubhang Hegde – India – 20

Benny Howell – England – 40

Saransh Jain – India – 20

Duan Jansen – South Africa – 20

Mohammad Kaif – India – 20

Anshul Kamboj – India – 20

Aman Khan – India – 20

Mohd Arslan Khan – India – 20

Musheer Khan – India – 20

Tanush Kotian – India – 20

Sumit Kumar – India – 20

Manvanth Kumar – India – 20

Saurabh Kumar – India – 20

Dev Lakra – India – 20

Nasir Lone – India – 20

Kaushik Maity – India – 20

Divij Mehra – India – 20

Mani Sankar Mura Singh – India – 20

Abid Mushtaq – India – 20

Kamlesh Nagarkoti – India – 30

Sanjay Pahal – India – 20

Jitender Pal – India – 20

Saumy Pandey – India – 20

Ansh Patel – India – 20

Sairaj Patil – India – 20

Pradosh Paul – India – 20

Shubham Singh Pundir – India – 20

Atal Rai – India – 20

Abhimanyusingh Rajput – India – 20

Mohit Rathee – India – 20

Ninad Rathva – India – 20

Rohit Rayudu – India – 20

Aniketh Reddy – India – 20

Mohit Redkar – India – 20

Jalaj Saxena – India – 40

Akash Sengupta – India – 20

Ashutosh Sharma – India – 20

Shivalik Sharma – India – 20

Suryansh Shedge – India – 20

Aradhya Shukla – India – 20

Utkarsh Singh – India – 20

Vishwanath Pratap Singh – India – 20

Shashank Singh – India – 20

Swapnil Singh – India – 20

Prenelan Subrayen – South Africa – 20

Ravi Teja – India – 20

Tanay Thyagarajann – India – 20

Akash Vashisht – India – 20

David Wiese – Namibia – 100

Set 17:

Mohit Ahlawat – India – 20

G. Ajitesh – India – 20

Avanish Rao Aravelly – India – 20

L.R. Chethan – India – 20

Gourav Choudhary – India – 20

Harvik Desai – India – 20

Shakir Gandhi – India – 20

Sumit Ghadigaonkar – India – 20

Baba Indrajith – India – 20

Bhagmender Lather – India – 20

Anmol Malhotra – India – 20

Robin Minz – India – 20

Darshan Misal – India – 20

Nikhil Naik – India – 20

Prasad Pawar – India – 20

Mahesh Pithiya – India – 20

William Salzmann – Australia – 20

Bipin Saurabh – India – 20

B.R. Sharath – India – 20

K.L. Shrijith – India – 20

Avneesh Sudha – India – 20

Aditya Tare – India – 20

Nihal Ullal – India – 20

Set 18:

K.M Asif – India – 20

Mohit Avasthi – India – 20

Ottneil Baartman – South Africa – 20

Basit Bashir – India – 20

Waseem Bashir – India – 20

Sachin Bhosale – India – 20

Devendra Singh Bora – India – 20

Gurnoor Singh Brar – India – 20

Nandre Burger – South Africa 20

Saurabh Dubey – India – 20

Mrinmoy Dutta – India – 20

Vishal Godara – India – 20

Money Grewal – India – 20

Arpit Guleria – India – 20

Mukhtar Hussain – India – 20

Sakib Hussain – India – 20

Shamar Joseph – West Indies – 20

Mohammed Kaif – India – 20

Shubham Kapse – India – 20

Devang Karamta – India – 20

Kulwant Khejroliya – India – 20

Ravi Kumar – India – 20

Ashwani Kumar – India – 20

Raj Limbani – India – 20

Kwena Maphaka – South Africa – 20

Lukman Hussain Meriwala – India – 20

Venkatesh Muralidhara – India – 20

William O’Rourke – New Zealand – 20

Rakshan Readdi – India – 20

Manish Reddy – India – 20

Monish Reddy – India – 20

Akhin Sathar – India – 20

Divesh Sharma – India – 20

Ashok Sharma – India – 20

Abhilash Shetty – India – 20

Rahul Shukla – India – 20

Manit Singh – India – 20

Gurjapneet Singh – India – 20

Basil Thampi – India – 30

Paul Van Meekeren – Netherlands – 20

Nitin Verma – India – 20

Chris Wood – England – 20

Gourav Yadav – India – 20

Lalit Yadav – India – 30

Prithvi Raj Yarra – India – 20

Mujtaba Yousuf – India – 20

Set 19:

Shubham Agrawal – India – 20

Mustaq Beg – India – 20

K.C Cariappa – India – 20

Ganesh Chaudhary – India – 20

Prince Choudhary – India – 20

Yuvraj Chudasama – India – 20

Jasmer Dhankhar – India – 20

Chintal Gandhi – India – 20

Allah Ghazanfar – Afghanistan – 20

Raghav Goyal – India – 20

Shreyas Gurav – India – 20

Vishu Kashyap – India – 20

S Midhun – India – 30

Izharulhuq Naveed – Afghanistan – 30

Bhuwan Rohilla – India – 20

Shivam Sharma – India – 20

Digvesh Singh – India – 20

Jhathavedh Subramanyan – India – 20

Jagadeesha Suchith – India – 20

B. Surya – India – 20

Pankaj Yadav – India – 20

Purse:

The governing councils of the IPL and BCCI have increased the purse of each IPL team from Rs 95 crore to Rs 100 crore.

IPL 2024 Teams and Captains

Here is a quick overview of the IPL16 Teams and their respective captains for the 2024 season:

➒Chennai Super Kings (CSK): MS Dhoni

➒Mumbai Indians (MI): Rohit Sharma

➒Delhi Capitals (DC): Rishabh Pant

➒Gujarat Titans (GT): Shubman Gill

➒Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR): Shreyas Iyer

➒Lucknow Super Giants (LSG): KL Rahul

➒Rajasthan Royals (RR): Sanju Samson

➒Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH): Adam Markram

➒Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB): Faf du Plessis

➒Punjab Kings (PBKS): Shikhar Dhawan

What to Expect at an Auction?

IPL auctions are always exciting events since all teams compete to secure the best players. This year’s IPL auction will also be no different.

Top players have registered for the IPL 2024 Mini Auction, on which high bids can be made.

Where to Watch the IPL 2024 Auction?

You can watch the live telecast of the IPL 2024 Auction on Star Sports and Jio Cinema. Fans can also follow the action on social media.

When will IPL 2024 Auction Date Start?

Since the ICC T20 World Cup is immediately after the IPL, the expected IPL 2024 Auction Date is 19th December and the 16th season of the IPL will start in the third week of March.

Effect of Auctions on IPL 2024

The biggest reason for the IPL being the biggest league in the world today is the auction. It allows teams to create their own teams and compete for championships.

Furthermore, the auction generates interest in the league and attracts top cricketers and fans from all over the world.

Final thoughts

By now, you must have understood that the IPL auction is a big event in the world of cricket. This enables the best players to achieve greater success.

The IPL 2024 auction will be an exciting event, and fans around the world will eagerly watch it.

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