IPL 2024 Auction
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IPL 2024 Auction Players List Announced, 333 Cricketers To Go Under The Hammer. Revealing the roster for the 2024 Indian Premier League (IPL) Player Auction. 333 cricketers are set to undergo the auction in Dubai at the Coca-Cola Arena on December 19th, 2023. Among the 333 players, 214 are Indian, and 119 are overseas players, including 2 from associate nations. 

The IPL 2024 auction includes 116 capped players, 215 uncapped players, and 2 players from associate nations, with a maximum of 77 slots available, including up to 30 for overseas players. with the highest reserve price at INR 2 crore, 23 players have opted for this bracket, while 13 players have established a base price of INR 1.5 crore. However, The auction is set to commence at 1 PM local time (Dubai) or 2:30 PM IST.

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IPL 2024: Squad Size, Remaining Purse And Available Slots

TeamNo of PlayersNo of PlayersTotal  money spent (Rs.)Salary cap available (Rs.)Available SlotsOverseas Slots
CSK191968.6 Crore31.4 Crore63
DC161671.05 Crore28.95 Crore94
GT171761.85 Crore38.15 Crore82
KKR131367.3 Crore32.7 Crore124
LSG191986.85 Crore13.15 Crore62
MI171782.25 Crore17.75 Crore84
PBKS171770.9 Crore29.1 Crore82
RCB191976.75 Crore23.25 Crore63
RR171785.5 Crore14.5 Crore83
SRH19566 Crore34 Crore63

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Players In The Rs 2 Crore Bracket

A total of 23 players have positioned themselves in the Rs 2 crore bracket for the IPL 2024 auction. Among them, 20 overseas players, including Harry Brook, Travis Head, Mitchell Starc, and Pat Cummins, have entered the highest-price category. In contrast, three Indian players—Harshal Patel, Umesh Yadav, and Shardul Thakur—have also placed themselves in the top bracket.

Despite an outstanding performance in the ODI World Cup 2023, the young New Zealand star Rachin Ravindra has chosen not to place himself in the Rs 2 crore price tag, opting instead for the Rs 50 lakh bracket. Similarly, Afghanistan all-rounder Azmatullah Omarzai, anticipated to attract significant attention in the auction, has also positioned himself in the Rs 50 lakh bracket.

After a brief stint with the Mumbai Indians in the 2023 tournament, England pacer Jofra Archer has withdrawn his name from the IPL auction. Currently nursing an injury, Archer may have been advised by the English and Wales Cricket Board to refrain from participating, considering future tournaments.