IPL Auction 2022: Almost all franchises have already come to the IPL 2022 Auction organized by Silicon City Bangalore. The auction process will begin at 12 noon and will continue until 5pm.
The 15th edition of the long-awaited Indian Premier League is scheduled for two days today and tomorrow. The IPL 2022 Auction, organized in Silicon City Bangalore, has already reached almost all franchises. The auction process will begin at 12 noon and will continue until 5pm. In this mega auction, a total of 590 players have been checked by all franchisees to build a strong team. There are 370 Indians and 220 foreign players awaiting the auction. The 97-player auction will be held at the IPL Players’ Mega Auction today, with 98 to 161 players bidding before Sunday’s lunch break. The remaining players will then be auctioned off as franchisees.
Out of a total of 590 players including 370 Indian and 220 foreign, 228 have played international cricket while 355 are domestic. Players from 7 Associate Countries. Over 10 cricketers are expected to submit bids worth more than Rs 10 crore this time. It is not surprising that for the first time in the history of IPL, the players are worth Rs 20 crore.
David Warner, Shreyas Iyer, Shikhar Dhawan, Kagiso Rabada, Quinton Deacock, Pat Kamins, Mitch Marsh, Ishaan Kishan, Mohammed Shami are likely to shine at the auction. The Indian Under-19 players who recently won the World Cup have made their name on the auction list. Arjun, son of legendary cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, has been earmarked for the IPL at ಮೂಲ 20 lakh. All-rounder Arjun has coached the Mumbai Indians for some years as a net bowler. He was on the list every time he went.
Yash Dhul and his teammates, who have won the World Cup for under-19s, are expected to be well worth the bid. The franchise’s eye is on Yash, which has been a glittering run. Aneeshwar Gautam is also in the race.
Some foreign players have withdrawn from the IPL this time. They have made the decision to set aside time for their families to play and for their families. Chris Gayle (Windies), Joe Root, Ben Stokes (England), Kyle Jemison, (New Zealand), Sam Karan, Mitchell Starc.
Hugh Edmides of Britain acted as auctioneer. They have been conducting IPL auctions since 2018. He has over 2,500 bidding processes around the world in the last 3 decades.