Everything you should know about the IPL 2023 Auction

The world’s most popular T20 tournament, the IPL, will enter its 16th season in 2023.

The teams will assemble at a pit stop in Kochi for the player auction before the match begins. The Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 auction will feature a total of 405 cricketers bidding to fill 87 positions in the league’s 10 franchises. IPL 2023 Auction was originally set for Rs 90 crores, however after a slight increase, IPL 2023 Auction for Rs 95 crores took place.

At the IPL auction, which will take place in Grand Hyatt hotel Kochi, Kerala. All-rounders like England’s Ben Stokes and Australia’s Cameron Green, among others, are anticipated to fetch high prices from a number of clubs. This time As many as 13 players, including Kieron Pollard, who had earlier in the day declared his retirement, have been released by the Mumbai Indians, a franchise that has lose several prominent players.

The “Impact Player” rule will be implemented at this IPL auction. In accordance with this, one substitute player each time will be permitted to participate more actively in an IPL match. However, according to the BCCI’s notification, this rule only applies to local cricket players and not to players from other countries.

The players that are selected to move on will have one last opportunity to be chosen during the accelerated round. Each franchise chooses a list of players they are interested in and provides it. Players who have not yet been presented or those who have already failed to sell are included in the list.

The live coverage of the IPL 2023 auction will be on 23 December at 2:30 pm.

Here is the Purse remaining for the Teams:-

Chennai Super Kings – 20.45 crore

Delhi Capitals – 19.45 crore

Gujarat Titans – 19.25 crore

KKR – 7.05 crore

Lucknow Super Giants – 23.35 crore

Mumbai Indians – 20.55 crore

Punjab Kings – 32.2 crore

Royal Challengers Bangalore – 8.75 crore

Rajasthan Royals – 13.2 crore

SRH – 42.25 crore