IPL 2022: Punjab will have the highest in the auction and Delhi will have the least amount, know the full account

All 8 teams have started preparations for next year’s IPL. As soon as the written list is released on Tuesday, it has been known that which team has how much money left for the auction.

The total amount with all the franchises was 90 crores.

According to the rules of IPL, if all the franchisees retain players or not, the fixed amount will be deducted from ₹ 90 crore. 14 crores on one player, 24 on two players, 33 on three players, 42 crores on four players will have to be paid to the franchise.

Punjab again kept the fewest players in the team
Only two players have been retained by Punjab this year, during which they spent 18 crores. Punjab now has ₹72 crore up for auction. This franchise is going to create a lot of difficulty for the rest of the teams. Hyderabad carefully retained three players and spent only ₹ 22 crore, now they have Rs 68 crore left for the auction.

In Rajasthan, it was decided to retain Sanju Samson, Jos Buttler and Yashasvi Jaiswal in the team again. For this he spent an amount of 28 crores. He now has 62 crores to go to the auction. Royal Challenger Bangalore also decided to retain Virat Kohli in the team by paying 15, Glenn Maxwell no 11 and Siraj for 7 crores. He will now have ₹57 crore to spend in the auction.

If we talk about spending the maximum amount, then the name of Delhi Capitals comes at the top. Delhi retained Rishabh 16, Akshar 9, Shaw 7.5 and Enrique Norkia with a hefty sum of 6 crores and retained the team for the upcoming season. Now Delhi has only 47.5 crores left to spend in the auction. He has to choose the players in the auction carefully.

Chennai Super Kings retained 4 players, now they will have 48 crores to spend in the auction. Kolkata Knight Riders also retained four players with their team, now they will also have 48 crores to spend in the auction.


Source: Patrika : India's Leading Hindi News Portal by www.patrika.com.

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