IPL Auction 2024: Full List Of 72 Sold Players For All Teams With Base Price, PDF Download. The IPL 2024 auction delivered on its promise, captivating audiences in Dubai on Tuesday, December 19. Of the 72 players auctioned, teams shattered numerous records. By the event’s conclusion, all 10 teams filled their squads, leaving only five slots vacant and completing their respective puzzles.
The mini auction in Dubai concluded with an impressive sale of 72 players amounting to a staggering Rs 234.50 crore on December 19. Uncapped Indian cricketers Shubham Dubey and Sameer Rizvi saw their fortunes change dramatically as RR and CSK acquired them for ₹5.8 crore and ₹8.4 crore, respectively.
Mitchell Starc set a new record in the Indian Premier League 2024 auction with a staggering bid of Rs 24.75 crore, while Pat Cummins wasn’t far behind, securing a deal for Rs 20.5 crore. Both Australian cricketers surpassed the previous record for the highest bid in an IPL auction.
Despite Starc’s absence from the IPL since 2015, Kolkata Knight Riders were eager to secure him at a hefty price. Notably, Australia’s cricket team captain, Cummins, was roped in by Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs 20.5 crore, only to be overshadowed by Starc’s subsequent acquisition.
In another significant move, Chennai Super Kings invested heavily in New Zealand’s Daryl Mitchell, acquiring him for a sum of Rs 14 crore. Harshal Patel emerged as the third top pick, fetching Rs 11.75 crore, while Rachin Ravindra, a standout performer from the recent Cricket World Cup, found a spot with CSK for Rs 1.8 crore. Indian pacers Umesh Yadav and Shivam Mavi secured deals with GT and LSG for ₹5.8 crore and ₹6.4 crore, respectively.
Rovman Powell became a prized possession for RR, fetching ₹7.40 crore after intense bidding between RR and KKR. Despite setting a base price of ₹1 crore, the IPL 2024 auction saw Powell as the first player to be sold. While teams showed no interest in Rilee Rossouw, DC secured Harry Brook for ₹4 crore.
However, some big names like Steven Smith, Josh Hazlewood, and Jimmy Neesham, along with India’s Karun Nair, remained unsold. The auction witnessed 332 players going up for bidding at the Coca-Cola Arena in Dubai, as franchises finalised their squads ahead of the upcoming season.
In the fast-paced auction, uncapped Australian left-arm pacer Spencer Johnson caught attention, joining Gujarat Titans for ₹10 crore. Notably, international cricketers including Rassie van der Dussen, Jimmy Neesham, Michael Bracewell, Matt Henry, and Kyle Jamieson went unsold. Additionally, GT secured uncapped wicketkeeper Robin Minz for INR 3.6 crore.