IPL Auction 2023 Lucknow Super Giants: LSG Full Squad, Players Bought In Mini Auction, Remaining Purse, And Predicted Playing XI. Lucknow Super Giants made their debut in the year 2022 and went through to the playoffs, securing 3rd place in the group stage. KL Rahul-led side seemed formidable in their very first season and had great control over their gameplay.
LSG emerged as a prominent side capable of delivering outstanding performances on the field in the very first edition. KL Rahul scored 600+ runs for the team, and QDK also scored 500+ runs. This standout opening pair was well supported by their sublime middle-order batters, Deepak Hooda and Krunal Pandya, with finishing touches by the powerful Marcus Stoinis.
Despite a formidable team setup, there were a few players who underperformed, and hence LSG management, to consolidate their performance, would look to find better replacements for these players in the upcoming mini-auction, and so did they.
Players Bought By LSG In IPL 2023 Auction
The LSG team entered the auction with a very good purse of 23.35 crores, hoping to fill the voids with suitable replacements. They managed to bring in 10 players to the squad and even made one of the biggest purchases of this mini-auction.
|Player Name||Country||Base price||Final price|
|Nicholas Pooran||West Indies||2 crores||16 crores|
|Jaydev Unadkat||India||50 lakhs||50 lakhs|
|Yash Thakur||India||20 lakhs||45 lakhs|
|Romario Shepherd||West Indies||50 lakhs||50 lakhs|
|Daniel Sams||Australia||75 lakhs||75 lakhs|
|Amit Mishra||India||50 lakhs||50 lakhs|
|Prerak Mankad||India||20 lakhs||20 lakhs|
|Swapnil Singh||India||20 lakhs||20 lakhs|
|Naveen Ul-Haq||Afghanistan||50 lakhs||50 lakhs|
|Yudhvir Charak||India||20 lakhs||20 lakhs|
LSG Remaining purse
The Supergiants entered the mini-auction with 23.35 crores in their bank, and they managed to walk out of the auction with a purse of 3.55 crores despite several inclusions on the LSG side.
LSG Full Squad For IPL 2023
The LSG squad is now even more formidable with the inclusion of the big-bid bird, Nicolas Pooran, who can provide both semblance and power to their middle order. The return of Mark Wood to the LSG squad would surely add a spark to the LSG bowling camp.
KL Rahul, Quinton de Kock, Deepak Hooda, Ayush Badoni, Karan Sharma, Manan Vohra, Marcus Stoinis, Krishnappa Gowtham, Kyle Mayers, Krunal Pandya, Avesh Khan, Mohsin Khan, Mark Wood, Mayank Yadav, Ravi Bishnoi, Nicholas Pooran, Jaydev Unadkat, Yash Thakur, Romario Shepherd, Daniel Sams, Amit Mishra, Prerak Mankad, Swapnil Singh, Naveen ul-Haq, Yudhvir Charak
LSG Predicted Playing XI
The LSG side has many good players to choose from, and it is a difficult task for the management to choose one over the other. The squad now would include Pooran as a strong middle-order option and Wood as a lethal pace attacker.
- KL Rahul ( C)
- Quinton de Kock ( WK )
- Deepak Hooda
- Nicholas Pooran
- Marcus Stoinis
- Krunal Pandya
- Prerak Mankad
- Mark Wood
- Avesh Khan
- Ravi Bishnoi
- Mohsin Khan
This squad now has everything a T20 squad needs: a brilliant opening pair, strong, comprehensive middle-order batters, resilient lower-order all-rounders, and a strong bowling unit with lethal pace, swing, and spinners. Now this squad has everything essential for a T20 squad, a brilliant opening pair, strong comprehensive middle-order batters, resistant lower-order all-rounders, and a good bowling unit comprising of lethal pace, swing, and also spinners.