The players distributed on the basis of base prize have the biggest base price of Rs 2 crore.
A total of 48 players have been given place in this base prize, in which 17 are Indians and 31 are foreign veterans. Out of these, let us tell you those players with a base price of 2 crores who can go to the auction to cross Rs 10 crores…
Kangaroo opener David Warner is also one of the names in the hit list of this IPL auction. Australia’s explosive opener David Warner is going into the auction. After not being retained by Sunrisers Hyderabad, many franchisees would like to have David Warner with them at any cost. Apart from batting, Warner has also shown captaincy skills. In such a situation, big bidding can be seen in his name. Warner is also likely to be sold beyond Rs 10 crore.
In the Indian Premier League, New Zealand’s star fast bowler Trent Boult is such a player, which no team would want to leave. Trent Boult was part of Mumbai Indians till last season, but he was not retained. Bolt will be seen in the auction market this time with a base price of 2 crores. The way Trent Boult has given shocks to the batsmen in international cricket and IPL so far, his name will also be featured in the auction. Those who are somewhere in the queue of players who have crossed Rs 10 crore.
All the franchises involved in the IPL auction would like to make some star and big foreign bowler their part. In such a situation, one name that cannot be hidden from anyone is Kagiso Rabada of South Africa. Kagiso Rabada is a tremendous bowler, who has shown amazing in IPL. Rabada has a base price of 2 crores, but the way he has contributed for Delhi Capitals and his recent form, his price could cross Rs 10 crores.