Which player will raise the most money in the IPL auctions in 2020?

Rs 2 Crore is the highest-possible base price players can enlist on and this time round, there are seven players, all overseas, who have registered for the sum.

Posted October 12, 2020 in IPL.

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Which player will raise the most money in the IPL auctions in 2020?

Auction order for IPL 2020 is:

  1. Capped batsman and all-rounder (set 1-2)


  1. Capped wicket-keeper, fast bowler and spinner (set 3-5)


  1. Uncapped batsman, all-rounder, keeper, fast-bowler and spinner (set 6-10)


  1. Capped batsman, all-rounder and fast bowlers (set 11-13)


  1. Accelerated auctions 1, 2, 3

A risk to go so high and thus some among Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood, Chris Lynn, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Dale Steyn & Angelo Mathews may in fact even go unsold.

Pat Cummins became the most expensive foreign player in IPL history, and CSK brought back a spinner, Piyush Chawla for Rs. 6.75 crores at auction.

Kesrick Williams remains unsold like Vinay Kumar. For 2020, the IPL auction is closed. Shahbaz Ahamad to RCB and Nikhil Naik to KKR. Tom Quran was sold to the Royals for Rs. 1 crore. 

Isuru Udana is bought by RCB for Rs. 50 lakh. Andrew Tai was sold to the Royals for Rs. 1 crore. And this is Steyn again. A third time lucky for South Africa sold to RCB for Rs. 2 crores. He had a phenomenal season in the Manzi Super League.

KKR signed Pravin Tambe, 48 year old for Rs 20 lakh. He will be the oldest player in the IPL auction.

Pacer Kuldip Sen goes unsold. 

Oshane Thomas from West Indies was sold to the Royals at an initial offer of Rs. 50 Lakh. Sumit Kumar remains unsold. 

Pacer Kane Richardson is sold for Rs. 4 crore to RCB after a bidding war with the Royals.

Fabian Allen is sold to SRH for Rs. 50 lakh. Sam Curran's brother, Tom goes unsold.

CSK lifts the paddle for Australia's Josh Hazlewood and gets it’s man at his base price of Rs. 2 crore.

Kings XI Punjab reserves Sheldon Cottrell for Rs. 8.5 crore.

Piyush Chawla with Rs. 6.75 crore has become the most expensive Indian player so far. Chawla will be playing for Chennai Super Kings.

Australia's Pat Cummins comes up next. DC and RCB begin an intense bid for the pacer and the price is up to Rs. 5.50 crore in no time! Cummins' stock is now up by Rs. 10 crore. KKR comes in with two bids and takes Cummins home for Rs. 15.5 crore!

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