The 2019 season of the Indian Premier League will be the 12th season of the IPL, a professional Twenty20 Cricket League established by the BCCI since 2007. According to news reports, tournaments can be held in South Africa or the United Arab Emirates, Indian general elections. India’s opening match in the 2019 Cricket World Cup was postponed from June 2 to June 5, as the BCCI kept a mandatory 15-day gap between the completion of IPL and India’s subsequent international match, as per the recommendation of the Lodha Committee.
Here is the list of the most expensive players sold at IPL Auction 2019:
- Jaydev Unadkat (Rs 8.4 crore – Rajasthan Royals)
- Varun Chakaravarthy (Rs 8.4 crore – Kings XI Punjab)
- Sam Curran(Rs 7.2 crore- Kings XI Punjab)
- Colin Ingram (Rs 6.4 crore – Delhi Capitals)
- Axar Patel (Rs 5 crore – Delhi Capitals)
- Mohit Sharma(Rs 5 crore – Chennai Super Kings)
- Shivam Dube (Rs 5 crore – Royal Challengers Bangalore
1.Jaydev Unadkat (Rs 8.4 crore – Rajasthan Royals)
Jaydev Unadkat and Varun Chakaravarthy kicked bidding battles to become the most expensive player under the hammer, respectively, by Rajasthan Royals and Kings XI Punjab for Rs 8.4 crore in the IPL Auction in 2019.
2. Sam Curran(Rs 7.2 crore- Kings XI Punjab)
The 20-year-old all-rounder claimed fame for his exploitation which was central to winning England’s home Test series against India at the start of this year. He took four wickets in India’s first innings and then made fifty in the Edgbaston Test, which won the Test. On Tuesday, his original price was 2 crores in the auction, but an intense bidding war saw him become the most expensive foreign player in the upcoming season. Now, Sam Curran in the most expensive list as he went to Kings XI Punjab for Rs 7.20 crore
3. Colin Ingram (Rs 6.4 crore – Delhi Capitals)
The South African batsman played for Delhi in 2011, when the franchise was called Delhi Daredevil. However, he could only have been involved in three matches. In their limited overs versions of the game, their latest exploitation saw the interest among the franchisee sky-rocket, which made them richer than 6.4 million rupees – just behind the Curran among foreign players.
After winning the bidding war against KXIP, Axar Patel was acquired by DC for 5 crores.CSK bowler Mohit Sharma went out to add the first player to the team for Rs 5 crore. Mumbai all-rounder Shivam Dube, who has scored five sixes in one over twice this year, invited a bidding war before going for Rs 5 crore in RCB.