IPL 2019 Live Streaming: The auction will be held in Jaipur on Tuesday (December 18) for the New Delhi Indian Premier League (IPL 2019). A total of 346 cricketers will be part of the auction, comprising 226 Indians. Let us know that for the auction, there was an initial registration of 1003 players. But after the listing of 8 franchises, the final list became quite small. In order to include the players of their choice in this team, a tough fight will be started between these franchises on Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 pm.
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The bid for 118 caps and 228 uncovered players will be seen in these auctions. The base price for the auction is 2 crores. The number of players joining the top bracket is 9. No Indian player is included in this list. Brendon McCullum (New Zealand), Chris Woakes (England), Lasith Malinga (Sri Lanka), Shaun Marsh (Australia), Sam Kuran (England), Colin Ingram (New Zealand), Corey Anderson (New Zealand), Angelo Mathews Lanka) and Darcy Short (Australia) have been placed in the top bracket of Rs 2 crore.
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Last year, fast bowler Jaidev Unadkat was the most expensive player in India’s players. Whom Rajasthan Royals bought for 11.5 crore rupees This time he is the only Indian in the base price bracket of Rs 1.5 crore. Apart from this, the base price bracket of Rs 1 crore is included, it includes Indian Yuvraj Singh, Akshar Patel, Riddhiman Saha and Mohammed Shami.
Naman Ojha and Ishant Sharma have been placed in the base price bracket of Rs 75 lakhs. This bracket consists of a total of 18 players, of which 2 are Indian. Apart from this, the base price bracket of Rs 50 lakh comprises of 18 Indians and a total of 62 players. India’s Test specialist Cheteshwar Pujara (who was not sold in the previous IPL auction) has been kept in the base price bracket of Rs 50 lakhs.
In this time the unkept player will enter the three base price brackets (Rs 20 lakhs, Rs 30 lakhs, Rs 40 lakhs) in the auction. Explain that the base price bracket of 20 lakh rupees includes 196 Indians and 17 foreign players. Apart from this, 5 Indian and 3 foreign players have been kept in the base price bracket of Rs 30 lakh. Talk about the base price bracket of 40 lakh rupees, it includes 7 overseas players.
IPL Auction 2019: Players, Money and Base Prize, Know Everything
Players’ auction is going to be held on December 18, 2018 for the IPL 2019. In order to participate in the auction, a total of 1003 players had registered, out of which 346 players have been shortlisted. Eight teams of IPL – Mumbai Indians, Kolkata Knight Riders, Chennai Super Kings, Delhi Capitals, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Rajasthan Royals, Hyderabad Sunrisers and Kings XI Punjab will be looking to raise their teams in the auction.
Look at all the teams’ accounts.
- Money for auction: 25.50 million
- Existing players: 15 (5 foreign players)
- Players must: 10 (3 foreign players)
Kings xi Punjab
- Money for auction: 36.20 million
- Existing players: 10 (4 foreign players)
- Players must: 15 (4 foreign players)
Kolkata Knight Riders
- Money for auction: 15.20 million
- Existing players: 13 (3 foreign players)
- Players must: 12 (5 foreign players)
Royal Challengers Bangalore
- Money for auction: 18.15 million
- Current players: 15 (6 foreign players)
- Players must: 10 (2 foreign players)
- Money for auction: 20.95 million
- Existing players: 16 (5 foreign players)
- Players must: 9 (3 foreign players)
- The amount for the auction: 9.70 million
- Existing players: 20 (6 foreign players)
- Players must: 5 (2 foreign players)
- Money for auction: 11.15 million
- Current players: 18 (7 foreign players)
- Players must: 7 (1 foreign player)
- Money for auction: 8.40 million
- Existing players: 23 (8 foreign players)
- Players must: 2 (0 foreign players)
Players with 2 million base price
- Lasith Malinga
- Angelo Mathews
- Colin Ingram
- Brandon Mekkam
- Corrie Anderson
- Chris vox
- Sam Curran
- Shaun Marsh
- Darcy shorts
Big Indian player and his base price
- Jaidev Unadkat- 1.5 million
- Yuvraj Singh – 10 million
- Akshar Patel – 10 million
- Riddhimaan Saha – 10 million
- Mohammed Shami – 10 million
On Tuesday, when IPL franchises will bid for players for its 12th edition, the fans will also look at Yuvraj Singh. There was a bid of up to Rs 16 crore on Yuvvis, who was in the limelight, but this time also, the experts also suspect that no one will bet on this all-rounder.
the biggest bidder in the history of the Indian Premier League (IPL), will be betting on the goodwill of Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh at the auction here on Tuesday. In view of the World Cup to be held this year, franchises have eyes for foreign players. When Yuvraj was in rhythm, he had a bid of Rs 16 crores for him. But in the previous session, Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) linked him and Chris Gayle to the team with the base price of Rs 2 crore. Gayle won the team belief with his performance, while Yuvraj scored just 65 runs in 8 matches. There is no surprise that the team decided to release them.
The 37-year-old player, who last played for India in June 2017, has kept himself in the list of base price of Rs 1 crore. The list includes players like Riddhimaan Saha, Mohammed Shami and Akshar Patel. Along with the auction in the new city, this time it will show new operators. Richard Medley, who regularly runs the IPL auction this time, will not be part of the auction this time and the responsibility for the operation of the auction has been entrusted to Hugh Admidas. Admidas has more than 30 years of experience in the auction company Christie.
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Interestingly, no Indian player has included in the list of maximum base price of Rs 2 crore in the pool of 346 cricketers. The nine players included in this list of base price include Brandon McCullum, Chris Woakes, Lasith Malinga, Shaun Marsh, Sam Karan, Colin Ingram, Corey Anderson, Angelo Matthews, and Darcy Short. It is being speculated that the team will give more than 15 million rupees to the players, including Dale Steyn, Morne Morkel, Janie Bairsta and Alex Hales, for the base price list. Indian allrounder Jaidev Unadkat, who was associated with Rajasthan Royals with Rs 11.5 crore last year, is also included in this list (1.5 crore).
A total of 70 players can be bought in this auction, out of which 20 are for foreign players. The regular members of the Indian Test team, Cheteshwar Pujara and Ishant Sharma have kept themselves in the list of Rs. 50 and 75 lakhs. With these big names, the eyes of many young players will also get huge amount. Given the one-day World Cup starting on May 30 after the end of the IPL, many players have withdrawn their names from the auction, which includes Aaron Finch of Australia and Glenn Maxwell.
Kings XI Punjab team will take part in the auction with a maximum of 36.20 crore rupees. After this, Delhi Capitals (Rs 25.50 crore), Rajasthan Royals (Rs 20.95 crore), Royal Challengers Bangalore (Rs 18.15 crore), Kolkata Knight Riders (Rs 15.20 crore), Mumbai Indians (Rs 11.15 crore), Sunrise Hyderabad (9 .70 Million rupees) and Chennai Super Kings (Rs 8.40 crore).
VIVO IPL 2019 Live Streaming & TV Channels, Indian Premier League T20 2018
In the Indian subcontinent, VIVO IPL 2019 will be broadcast on the Star India Network that will offer the coverage in six languages – Hindi, English, Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, and Kannada.
The national broadcaster Doordarshan (DD) will air some of the Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket matches, DD Sports to air one IPL 2019 match per week, with the one-hour delay.
Star Sports – Star Sports 1, Star Sports 1 HD, Star Sports Select 1 SD, Star Sports Select 1 HD (English), Star Sports 1 Hindi, Star Sports 1 HD (Hindi), Star Sports 1 Tamil (Tamil), Suvarna Plus (Kannada), Jalsha Movies (Bengali), Maa Movies (Telegu)
|India||Star Sports, Suvarna Plus, Jalsha Movies, Maa Movies, DD Sports|
|United Kingdom||Sky Sports|
|United States||Willow TV|
|New Zealand||Sky Sport NZ|
|MENA Countries||BeIN Sport|
|Hotstar, BeIN connect, Sky Go, Yupp TV, Flow Sports, Foxtel Go|
- UK: Talksport
- UAE: 89.1 Radio 4 FM, Gold 101.3 FM
- Global (Ex Indian Sub Continent): Cricket Radio
Yupp TV: Australia, Europe, South East Asia & South America
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