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Update: IPL 2018 - News updates
Dhoni and Raina to Be Retained By Chennai Super Kings: Reports

New Delhi: IPL giants Chennai Super Kings, who are returning to the tournament after a gap of two years, have decided to retain MS Dhoni and Suresh Raina for 2018 season, according to Indian Express. There has been no clarity over who the third retained player would be.

”We are retaining Dhoni and Raina, and the third we are contemplating,” a CSK official told The Indian Express. During the TNPL, CSK director George John had said about Dhoni, “That’s an obvious one. We will have him (Dhoni) back as captain. We don’t know by when we have to submit it (the list of retained players). Once the deadline is set, we will finalise the list. For Dhoni it would be like returning home, 100 per cent.”

Suresh Raina, who has been out of the Indian team for quite sometime now, is still one of the best in the shortest format of the game and has scored 4,540 runs in 161 matches. He, along with Dhoni had formed a vital partnership during their stint at CSK, that brought a lot success to the team. After CSK was banned for two years, Raina had been a part of the Gujarat Lions, while Dhoni had joined Rising Pune Supergiant.

-Gambhir in doubt for KKR-

There has been no confirmation about Gautam Gambhir's retention by Kolkata Knight Riders. Under Gambhir, KKR had won the coveted title twice. According to sources, Right to Match option might be used for the veteran opener, rather than spending Rs 15 crore retention fees. The final date for all franchises to submit the retention list is January 4.

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Dhoni, Raina and Jadeja return to CSK; RCB retain Sarfaraz

MS Dhoni, Suresh Raina and Ravindra Jadeja will return to Chennai Super Kings as the IPL franchises announced their list of retentions on Thursday (January 4) in Mumbai. As CSK opted to retain three players, their auction purse of INR 80 Crore was deducted by 33 Crore (15 Crore for the first player, 11 Crore for the second and 7 for the third).

Indian captain Virat Kohli and South African superstar AB de Villiers will continue their allegiance with Royal Challengers Bangalore along with uncapped Sarfaraz Khan, even ahead of the likes of Chris Gayle and Yuzvendra Chahal. Kohli's league fee (or actual price) was defined as INR 17 Crore by the franchise, and thus the purse was diminished by the same. As per the laws, the deduction from salary purse in case of retention will be determined on the basis of guideline price (15 crore) or actual price (whichever is higher). In this case, Kohli's 17 Crore took precedence.

List of retained players:

Chennai Super Kings: MS Dhoni, Suresh Raina, Ravindra Jadeja

Delhi Daredevils: Rishabh Pant, Chris Morris, Shreyas Iyer

Mumbai Indians: Rohit Sharma, Hardik Pandya, Jasprit Bumrah

Kolkata Knight Riders: Andre Russell, Sunil Narine

Kings XI Punjab: Axar Patel

Royal Challengers Bangalore: Virat Kohli, AB de Villiers, Sarfaraz Khan

Rajasthan Royals: Steven Smith

Sunrisers Hyderabad: David Warner, Bhuvneshwar Kumar

Gautam Gambhir, who led the Kolkata Knight Riders to two title wins (in 2012 and 2014), was not retained by the franchise. They, however, went ahead with West Indies all-rounders Andre Russell and Sunil Narine. Russell, though, was not a part of the previous edition owing to his one-year ban for doping whereabouts violation.

As expected, defending champions Mumbai Indians decided to retain skipper Rohit Sharma. They also included Hardik Pandya and Jasprit Bumrah to complete their list of three retentions.

Much like CSK, Delhi Daredevils too went in for the maximum of three retentions, including wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant, South Africa all-rounder Chris Morris and Mumbai batsman Shreyas Iyer in their outfit. Alongside the announcement of players being retained, DD also unveiled Ricky Ponting as their head coach.

Sunrisers Hyderabad retained skipper David Warner along with purple cap holder of the last edition, Bhuvneshwar Kumar.

Kings XI Punjab went for just one retention, naming spin-bowling all-rounder Axar Patel. Like KXIP, Rajasthan Royals retained just one player by including Australia captain Steven Smith. In the last season, Smith led Rising Pune Supergiant.

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Ponting named head coach of Delhi Daredevils

Ricky Ponting, the former Australian captain, has been named as the new head coach of Delhi Daredevils for the upcoming IPL 2018 season, the franchise confirmed on Thursday (January 4).

The legendary cricketer, who amassed more than 13000 runs in both Tests and ODIs, will take over the mantle of coaching the side from Paddy Upton, with whom the franchise parted ways last year following the conclusion of his two-year contract.

Daredevils also lost the services of Rahul Dravid, who served as a mentor for the last two seasons. The former India captain had to step down from his position due to BCCI's conflict of interest clause on June 30 last year. Dravid opted to continue as the coach of India A and India Under-19 teams.

Ponting, who announced his retirement from international cricket in 2012, was sold to the franchise in 2013 for a base price of $400,000. He was subsequently named as the captain but opted to resign mid-way into the tournament as he could only notch up a mere 52 runs from six matches. Rohit Sharma took over as the captain of the side and piloted the franchise to a title triumph. Mumbai Indians then decided to retain Ponting in an advisory capacity for the following season.

He then coached Mumbai Indians to their second IPL title in 2015, but decided to not continue in that position after his two-year contract expired in 2016. He was also appointed as the assistant coach of Australia for the T20I series versus Sri Lanka last year.

On Thursday, the franchise also announced that the trio of Rishabh Pant, Chris Morris and Shreyas Iyer had been retained for the upcoming edition of the IPL.

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Michael Hussey appointed CSK batting coach

Former Australian cricketer Michael Hussey has been appointed as the batting coach of Chennai Super Kings for the upcoming season of the Indian Premier League. The southpaw was an integral part of the CSK unit from 2008 to 2013, during which they won the title twice. He was picked by Mumbai Indians in the 2014 auction, but was again bought back by CSK in the following season.

With 1768 runs for CSK, Hussey is the third-highest run-getter for the side after Suresh Raina and MS Dhoni. Chennai Super Kings, who have returned to the IPL after a two-year suspension, have drafted Hussey back in to the side in the coaching role. "I am really excited about returning to the Chennai Super Kings in a coaching capacity and working with the players to help them get the best out of themselves and also help to bring success to this great franchise," Hussey said.

"I have so many great memories as a player and have made many wonderful friends in Chennai and now I am excited about giving back to the franchise in trying to help the next generation of CSK players. It is exciting to have CSK back in the competition and I am sure the fans are very happy to have their team back on the field."

He will play an important role for the side as they go into the auctions to form a team again, with three of their integral members - Dhoni, Raina and Ravindra Jadeja - retained.

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Joe Root enters IPL 2018 Player Auction

A total of 1122 players have registered for the Indian Premier League auction set to be held on January 27 and 28 in Bangalore, the Board of Control for Cricket in India announced on Saturday (January 13). England's Test captain Joe Root also thrown his hat into the ring with a total of 282 overseas players hoping to earn a contract.

A total of 26 players from England, 58 from Australia, 30 from New Zealand and 57 from South Africa have registered for the auction. Afghanistan too will see 13 players in the list while there are as many as 39 players from Sri Lanka. 39 players from Windies too have entered the auction.

Mitchell Starc, who ended his association with the Royal Challengers Bangalore ahead of last IPL, too has entered the auction that also includes Chris Gayle, Ben Stokes, Chris Lynn, Eoin Morgan, Pat Cummins, Dwayne Bravo, Carlos Brathwaite, Evin Lewis and Jason Holder.

Hashim Amla, Kagiso Rabada, Faf du Plessis and Morne Morkel are the few South Africans who are also part of the list. The in-form Glenn Maxwell, Shane Watson, who was mulling calling time on his IPL career last year, too have entered the race with Mitchell Johnson, who has retired from international cricket but continues to play Big Bash League.

Lasith Malinga, who's form has taken a considerable dip in the last year or so, too will be part of the auction apart from his Sri Lanka mates Angelo Mathews and Niroshan Dickwella.

The full list has already been sent out to the eight franchises. There are a total of 281 capped players, 838 uncapped players, which also includes 778 Indian players, apart from three players from Associate nations.

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IPL Auction: 16 Marquee Players Up for Grabs Including Stokes, Root

New Delhi: England superstars Ben Stokes and Joe Root will be amongst the 16 marquee players up for grabs during the the upcoming IPL Players' Auction, which is set to take place in Bengaluru on January 27 and 28. Current Indian superstars like R Ashwin, Gautam Gambhir, Shikhar Dhawan, Ajinkya Rahane have also opted for the highest base price in the auction.

The IPL 2018 Player Auction list sees 16 marquee players from India and overseas, headlining the big pool of 578 players, that will go under the hammer. With 18 players retained, 182 slots are up for grabs.

With INR 2 crore as the highest reserve price, 36 players, including 13 Indians, have opted for the top bracket. Marquee Players R Ashwin, Gautam Gambhir, Shikhar Dhawan, Ajinkya Rahane, Harbhajan Singh, Yuvraj Singh, Christopher Gayle, Ben Stokes, Kane Williamson, Glenn Maxwell, Joe Root, Mitchell Starc, Faf du Plessis, Dwayne Bravo, Kieron Pollard and Shakib Hasan – each priced at INR 2 crore – will set the tone as an intense battle is set to follow.

Murali Vijay, Lokesh Rahul, Kedar Jadhav, Dinesh Karthik, Robin Uthappa, Yuzvendra Chahal and Karn Sharma have also set their base price at INR 2 crore and will hope to attract high bids as the eight franchises look to build their teams for the upcoming seasons.

A total of 62 capped Indians and 298 uncapped Indian cricketers will vie for the available slots with 182 capped overseas cricketers, 34 uncapped overseas players and 2 cricketers from Associate Nations.

"A lot of strategizing and number-crunching is involved before a cricketer is picked at the IPL Player Auction. The dynamic nature of the auction makes it unpredictable and exciting," IPL Chairman Rajiv Shukla said in a release.

"The eight franchises have given us an indication of what their core would be with their Player Retentions and IPL 2018 Player Auction will be an important step towards the creation of a successful team. The marquee list is full of star players, but I am also looking forward to the uncapped Indian players who have proved their mettle in the earlier editions of the IPL and are sure to attract high bids," he added.

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IPL Auctions - Ready Reckoner

Why is this auction significant?

This is the big reshuffle. The team lists for all franchises have almost been wiped clean. Apart from a few players who have been retained by franchises, everyone else has gone into the auction pool and will go under the hammer. More than 500 players will be up for grabs.

So teams will, once again, get to form their core for the future. Teams will also use the auction to restructure their team and try and form a more formidable combination that can give them success. A major bidding war is likely so as to get the early-mover advantage and form the best team that can serve them well over the next few years.

There will be smaller auctions in the following years but teams by then will already have their core team and just look for minor additions.

When is it happening?

On 27th and 28th of January, 2018 in Bengaluru.

What are the purse and RTMs available for each franchise?

Each team doesn't carry the same amount of money into the auctions. There have been deductions based on the number of players retained, and the money paid to them. Here's a brief summary:

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How does RTM work?

RTM stands for Right to Match. Using the RTM option, a franchise can retain a player who played for them in the previous season by choosing to match the highest bid for the player.

In case of Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals, the two teams coming back into the IPL after a two-year suspension, they can retain players who were part of their squads in the 2015 IPL and were subsequently part of either Gujarat Lions or Rising Pune Supergiant for the next two years.

For Example: If Kieron Pollard is sold for Rs 7 Cr to SRH, then Mumbai Indians can use the RTM to get Pollard for the same amount.

What are the restrictions in RTM then?

The IPL rules allow only certain permutations. There are three sets of players - Capped Indian players, Capped foreign players and uncapped players.

By a combination of retention and RTM a franchise can have only a maximum of five. Out of the five, there can only be

A. 3 Indian capped players B. 2 Capped foreign players C. 2 Uncapped players

So, CSK and MI have already retained three capped Indian players, hence their RTM cannot be used for that category. So is the case with MI. KKR, who have retained 2 capped foreign players, can use their RTMs only on the other two categories. You get the drift now.

Every franchise will have their own restrictions depending on their retentions.

What are those?

Rajasthan Royals, who have retained Steve Smith, cannot RTM more than one foreign capped player. They have three RTMs at their disposal.

Kings XI Punjab, who have retained Axar Patel, cannot RTM more than two capped Indian players. They, too, have three RTMs to use up.

Sunrisers Hyderabad, who have retained Bhuvneshwar Kumar and David Warner, cannot use RTM for more than two capped Indian players and one capped foreign player. They have three RTMs.

Delhi Daredevils, who have retained Rishabh Pant, Shreyas Iyer and Chris Morris, cannot use RTM for more than 1 capped Indian and 1 capped foreign player. They have two RTMs to use.

RCB, who retained Virat Kohli, AB de Villiers and Sarfraz Khan, cannot use RTM for more than 2 capped Indians and one each in the other two categories. They, too, have two RTMs to use.

What is the scene with Ben Stokes?

Stokes will be available for the auction but in case he is ruled out of this season, then the franchises can go in for a replacement.

So, can players be picked outside the auction?

The simple answer is no. However, injury replacements can be done over the course of a season while the Stokes scenario is a special-case one.

Are there limits on squad size or the number of foreign players that can be picked?

Yes. Each franchise will have to have a minimum of 18 players and a maximum of 25 players at the end of the auction. A maximum of eight overseas players can be picked in the squad.

Is there a minimum amount required to be spent by each franchise?

Again, yes. Each franchise will have to spend a minimum of Rs 60 Crores this season, including the amount spent on retentions. The maximum that they can spend is Rs 80 Crores.

Who are the players retained by each franchise?

CSK - MS Dhoni, Ravindra Jadeja, Suresh Raina
MI - Rohit Sharma, Hardik Pandya, Jasprit Bumrah
DD - Rishabh Pant, Chris Morris, Shreyas Iyer
SRH - David Warner, Bhuvneshwar Kumar
RCB - Virat Kohli, AB de Villiers, Sarfraz Khan
RR - Steve Smith
KXIP - Axar Patel
KKR - Sunil Narine, Andre Russell

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IPL Auction - Day 1

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Status as of now:

Chennai Super Kings (so far): MS Dhoni (retained 15 crore), Suresh Raina (retained, 11 c), Ravindra Jadeja (retained 7 c), Faf du Plessis (1.5 c), Harbhajan Singh (2 c), Dwayne Bravo (6.4 c), Shane Watson (4 c), Kedar Jadhav (7.8 c), Ambati Rayudu (2.2 c), Imran Tahir (1 c), Karn Sharma (5 c) - Purse remaining = 17 crores

Mumbai Indians (so far): Rohit Sharma (retained 15 crore), Hardik Pandya (retained 11 c), Jasprit Bumrah (retained 7 c), Kieron Pollard (5.4 c), Mustafizur Rahman (2.2 c), Pat Cummins (5.4 c), Suryakumar Yadav (3.2 c), Krunal Pandya (8.8 c), Ishan Kishan (6.2 c) - Purse remaining = 15.8 crores

Delhi Daredevils (so far): Rishabh Pant (retained 15 crore), Chris Morris (retained 11 c), Shreyas Iyer (retained 7 c), Glenn Maxwell (9 c), Gautam Gambhir (2.8 c), Jason Roy (1.5 c), Colin Munro (1.9 c), Mohammed Shami (3 c), Kagiso Rabada (4.2 c), Amit Mishra (4 c), Prithvi Shaw (1.2), Rahul Tewatia (3 c), Vijay Shankar (3.2 c), Harshal Patel (20 Lakh), Avesh Khan (70 Lakh) - Purse remaining = 12.3 crore

Royal Challengers Bangalore (so far): Virat Kohli (retained 17 c), AB de Villiers (retained 11 c), Sarfraz Khan (retained 3 c), Brendon McCullum (3.6 c), Chris Woakes (7.4 c), Colin de Grandhomme (2.2 c), Moeen Ali (1.7 c), Quinton de Kock (2.8 c), Umesh Yadav (4.2 c), Yuzvendra Chahal (6 c), Manan Vohra (1.1 c), Kulwant Kejroliya (85 Lakh), Aniket Choudhary (30 Lakh), Navdeep Saini (3 c) - Purse remaining = 15.9 crore

Rajasthan Royals (so far): Steve Smith (retained 12.5 crore), Ben Stokes (12.5 c), Ajinkya Rahane (4 c), Stuart Binny (50 Lakh), Sanju Samson (8 c), Jos Buttler (4.4 c), Rahul Tripathi (3.4 c), D'Arcy Short (4 c), Jofra Archer (7.2 c) - Purse remaining = 23.5 crore

Kings XI Punjab (so far): Axar Patel (retained 12.5 crore), R Ashwin (7.6 c), Yuvraj Singh (2 c), Karun Nair (5.6 c), KL Rahul (11 c), David Miller (3 c), Aaron Finch (6.2 c), Marcus Stoinis (6.2 c), Mayank Agarwal (1 c), Ankit Rajpoot (3 c) - Purse remaining = 21.9 crore

Sunrisers Hyderabad (so far): David Warner (retained 12.5 c), Bhuvneshwar Kumar (retained 8.5 c), Shikhar Dhawan (5.2 c), Shakib Al Hasan (2 c), Kane Williamson (3 c), Manish Pandey (11 c), Carlos Brathwaite (2 c), Yusuf Pathan (1.9 c), Wriddhiman Saha (5 c), Rashid Khan (9 c), Ricky Bhui (20 Lakh), Deepak Hooda (3.6 c), Siddarth Kaul (3.8 c), T Natarajan (40 Lakh), Basil Thampi (95 Lakh), Khaleel Ahmed (3 c) - Purse remaining = 8 crore

Kolkata Knight Riders (so far): Sunil Narine (retained 12.5 crore), Andre Russell (retained 8.5), Mitchell Starc (9.4 c), Chris Lynn (9.6 c), Dinesh Karthik (7.4 c), Robin Uthappa (6.4 c), Piyush Chawala (4.2 c), Kuldeep Yadav (5.8 c), Shubman Gill (1.8 c), Ishank Jaggi (20 Lakh), Kamlesh Nagarkotti (3.2 c), Nitish Rana (3.4 c) - Purse remaining = 7.6 crore
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Indian Premier League Auction 2018: The complete list of eight squads

The two-day Indian Premier League (IPL) auction was held in Bengaluru on January 27 and 28, with England allrounder Ben Stokes turning out to be the costliest buy at Rs. 12.5 crore - purchased by Rajasthan Royals.

Here's how the eight teams look at the end of two-day marathon bidding war:

Delhi Daredevils

1. Rishabh Pant (Rs 8 crore - Retained)
2. Chris Morris (Rs 7.1 crore - Retained)
3. Shreyas Iyer (Rs 7 crore - Retained)
4. Glenn Maxwell (Rs. 9 crore)
5. Gautam Gambhir (Rs 2.8 crore)
6. Jason Roy (Rs. 1.5 crore)
7. Colin Munro (Rs. 1.9 crore)
8. Mohammed Shami (Rs 3 crore)
9. Kagiso Rabada (Rs 4.2 crore)
10. Amit Mishra (Rs 4 crore)
11. Prithvi Shaw (Rs 1.2 crore)
12. Rahul Tewatia (Rs 3 crore)
13. Vijay Shankar (Rs 3.2 crore)
14. Harshal Patel (Rs 20 lakh)
15. Avesh Khan (Rs 70 lakh)
16. Shahbaz Nadeem (Rs. 3.2 crore)
17. Daniel Christian (Rs 1.5 crore)
18. Jayant Yadav (Rs 50 lakh)
19. Gurkeerat Mann (Rs 75 lakh)
20. Trent Boult (Rs 2.2 crore)
21. Manjot Kalra (Rs 20 lakh)
22. Abhishek Sharma (Rs 55 lakh)
23. Sandeep Lamichhane (Rs 20 lakh)
24. Naman Ojha (Rs 1.4 crore)
25. Sayan Ghosh (Rs 20 lakh)

Chennai Super Kings

1. MS Dhoni (Rs 15 crore - Retained)
2. Suresh Raina (Rs 11 crore - Retained)
3. Ravindra Jadeja (Rs 7 crore - Retained)
4. Faf du Plessis (Rs. 1.6 crore - RTM)
5. Harbhajan Singh (Rs. 2 crore)
6. Dwayne Bravo (Rs. 6.4 crore)
7. Shane Watson (Rs. 4 crore)
8. Kedar Jadhav (Rs.7.8 crore)
9. Ambati Rayudu (Rs 2.2 crore)
10. Imran Tahir (Rs 1 crore)
11. Karn Sharma (Rs 5 crore)
12. Shardul Thakur (Rs 2.6 crore)
13. Jagadeesan Narayan (Rs 20 lakh)
14. Mitchell Santner (Rs 50 lakh)
15. Deepak Chahar (Rs 80 lakh)
16. Asif KM (Rs 40 lakh)
17. Lungi Ngidi (Rs 50 lakh)
18. Kanishk Seth (Rs 20 lakh)
19. Dhruv Shorey (Rs 20 lakh)
20. Murali Vijay (Rs 2 crore)
21. Sam Billings (Rs 1 crore)
22. Mark Wood (Rs 1.5 crore)
23. Kshitiz Sharma (Rs 20 lakh)
24. Monu Singh (Rs 20 lakh)
25. Chaitanya Bishnoi (Rs 20 lakh)

Mumbai Indians

1. Rohit Sharma (Rs 15 crore - Retained)
2. Hardik Pandya (Rs 11 crore - Retained)
3. Jasprit Bumrah (Rs 7 crore - Retained)
4. Kieron Pollard (Rs. 5.4 crore - RTM)
5. Mustafizur Rahman (Rs 2.2 crore)
6. Pat Cummins (Rs 5.4 crore)
7. Surya Kumar Yadav (Rs 3.2 crore)
8. Krunal Pandya (Rs .8.8 crore - RTM)
9. Ishan Kishan (Rs 6.2 crore)
10. Rahul Chahar (Rs 1.9 crore)
11. Evin Lewis (Rs 3.8 crore)
12. Saurabh Tiwary (Rs 80 lakh)
13. Ben Cutting (Rs 2.2 crore)
14. Pradeep Sangwan (Rs 1.5 crore)
15. JP Duminy (Rs 1 crore)
16. Jason Behrendorff (Rs 1.5 crore)
17. Tajinder Dhillon (Rs 55 lakh)
18. Sharad Lumba (Rs 20 lakh)
19. Sidhesh Lad (Rs 20 lakh)
20. Aditya Tare (Rs 20 lakh)
21. Mayank Markande (Rs 20 lakh)
22. Akila Dananjaya (Rs 50 lakh)
23. Anukul Roy (Rs 20 lakh)
24. Mohsin Khan (Rs 20 lakh)
25. Nidheesh Dinesan (Rs 20 lakh)

Royal Challengers Bangalore

1. Virat Kohli (Rs 17 crore - Retained)
2. AB de Villers (Rs 11 crore - Retained)
3. Sarfaraz Khan (Rs 1.75 crore - Retained)
4. Brendon McCullum (Rs. 3.6 crore)
5. Chris Woakes (Rs. 7.4 crore)
6. Colin Grandhomme (Rs. 2.2 crore)
7. Moeen Ali (Rs. 1.7 crore)
8. Quinton de Kock (Rs 2.8 crore)
9. Umesh Yadav (Rs. 4.2 crore)
10. Yuzvendra Chahal (Rs 6 crore - RTM)
11. Manan Vohra (Rs 1.1 crore)
12. Kulwant Khejroliya (Rs 85 lakh)
13. Aniket Chaudhary (Rs 30 lakh)
14. Navdeep Saini (Rs 3 crore)
15. Murugan Ashwin (Rs 2.2 crore)
16. Mandeep Singh (Rs 1.4 crore)
17. Washington Sundar (Rs 3.2 crore)
18. Pawan Negi (Rs 1 crore - RTM)
19. Mohammad Siraj (Rs 2.6 crore)
20. Nathan Coulter-Nile (Rs 2.2 crore)
21. Anirudha Joshi (Rs 20 lakh)
22. Parthiv Patel (Rs 1.7 crore)
23. Tim Southee (Rs 1 crore)
24. Pavan Deshpande (Rs 20 lakh)

Sunrisers Hyderabad

1. David Warner (Rs 12 crore - Retained)
2. Bhuvneshwar Kumar (Rs 8.5 crore - Retained)
3. Shikhar Dhawan (Rs. 5.2 crore - RTM)
4. Shakib Al Hasan (Rs. 2 crore)
5. Kane Williamson (Rs. 3 crore)
6. Carlos Brathwaite (Rs 2 crore)
7. Yusuf Pathan (Rs. 1.9 crore)
8. Manish Pandey (Rs 11 crore)
9. Wriddhiman Saha (Rs 5 crore)
10. Rashid Khan (Rs 9 crore - RTM)
11. Ricky Bhui (Rs 20 lakh)
12. Deepak Hooda (Rs 3.6 crore - RTM)
13. Sidharth Kaul (Rs 3.8 crore)
14. T Natarajan (Rs 40 lakh)
15. Basil Thampi (Rs 95 lakh)
16. Syed Khaleel Ahmed (Rs 3 crore)
17. Mohammad Nabi (Rs 1 crore)
18. Sandeep Sharma (Rs 3 crore)
19. Sachin Baby (Rs 20 lakh)
20. Chris Jordan (Rs 1 crore)
21. Billy Stanlake (Rs 50 lakh)
22. Tanmay Agarwal (Rs 20 lakh)
23. Sreevats Goswami (Rs 1 crore)
24. Bipul Sharma (Rs 20 lakh)
25. Mehdi Hasan (Rs 20 lakh)

Kolkata Knight Riders

1. Sunil Narine (Rs 8.5 crore - Retained)
2. Andre Russell (Rs 7 crore - Retained)
3. Mitchell Starc (Rs. 9.4 crore)
4. Chris Lynn (Rs. 9.6 crore)
5. Dinesh Karthik (Rs 7.4 crore)
6. Robin Uthappa (Rs 6.4 crore - RTM)
7. Piyush Chawla (Rs 4.2 crore - RTM)
8. Kuldeep Yadav (Rs 5.8 crore - RTM)
9. Shubman Gill (Rs 1.8 crore)
10. Ishank Jaggi (Rs 20 lakh)
11. Nitish Rana (Rs 3.4 crore)
12. Kamlesh Nagarkoti (Rs 3.2 crore)
13. Vinay Kumar (Rs 1 crore)
14. Apoorv Wankhede (Rs 20 lakh)
15. Rinku Singh (Rs 80 lakh)
16. Shivam Mavi (Rs 3 crore)
17. Cameron Delport (Rs 30 lakh)
18. Mitchell Johnson (Rs 2 crore)
19. Javon Searless (Rs 30 lakh)

Rajasthan Royals

1. Steven Smith (Rs 12 crore - Retained)
2. Ben Stokes (Rs. 12.5 crore)
3. Ajinkya Rahane (Rs 4 crore - RTM)
4. Stuart Binny (Rs. 50 lakh)
5. Sanju Samson (Rs 8 crore)
6. Jos Buttler (Rs 4.4 crore)
7. Rahul Tripathi (Rs 3.4 crore)
8. D'Arcy Short (Rs 4 crore)
9. Jofra Archer (Rs. 7.2 crore)
10. Gowtham Krishnappa (Rs 6.2 crore)
11. Dhawal Kulkarni (75 lakh - RTM)
12. Jaydev Unadkat (Rs 11.5 crore)
13. Ankit Sharma (Rs 20 lakh)
14. Anureet Singh (Rs 30 lakh)
14. Zahir Khan Pakteen (Rs 60 lakh)
15. Shreyas Gopal (Rs 20 lakh)
16. Prashant Chopra (Rs 20 lakh)
17. Ben Laughlin (Rs 50 lakh)
18. Mahipal Lomror (Rs 20 lakh)
19. Jatin Saxena (Rs 20 lakh)
20. Aryaman Vikram Birla (Rs. 30 lakh)
21. Dushmanta Chameera (Rs 50 lakh)
22. Sudheshan Midhun (Rs 20 lakh)

Kings XI Punjab

1. Axar Patel (Rs 12.5 crore - Retained)
2. R Ashwin (Rs. 7.6 crore)
3. Yuvraj Singh (Rs. 2 crore)
4. Karun Nair (Rs. 5.6 crore)
5. KL Rahul (Rs. 11 crore)
6. David Miller (Rs 3 crore - RTM)
7. Aaron Finch (Rs. 6.2 crore)
8. Marcus Stoinis (Rs. 6.2 crore - RTM)
9. Mayank Agarwal (Rs 1 crore)
10. Ankit Singh Rajpoot (Rs 3 crore)
11. Manoj Tiwary (Rs 1 crore)
12. Mohit Sharma (Rs 2.4 crore - RTM)
13. Mujeeb Zadran (Rs 4 crore)
14. Barinder Sran (Rs 2.2 crore)
15. Andrew Tye (Rs 7.2 crore)
16. Akashdeep Nath (Rs 1 crore)
17. Ben Dwarshuis (Rs 1.4 crore)
18. Pardeep Sahu (Rs 20 lakh)
19. Mayank Dagar (Rs 20 lakh)
20. Chris Gayle (Rs 2 crore)
21. Manzoor Dar (Rs 20 lakh)

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