HomeCricketIPLIPL 2023 Auction Accelerated Process Start From Player No: 87

IPL 2023 Auction Accelerated Process Start From Player No: 87

Right after BCCI announced the IPL 2023 players auction date and live streaming details, the team’s auction strategy becomes a hot topic to be discussed among the netizens.

IPL 2023 Auction Accelerated Process From Player No: 87

Though all teams announced their retained players and released players list, netizens starts to carve the IPL team’s auction strategy. Apart from these announcements, BCCI made a huge statement regarding the Auction.

Ahead of the IPL 2023 Auction start time, a report states that BCCI has pruned the auction register of the Indian Premier League (IPL) to 405 from 991 but only the first 86 players will certainly be called for auction. The rest will be part of the accelerated process that will commence from player No 87.

Earlier BCCI released the IPL 2023 Auction players list which consists of a total of 991 players (714 Indian and 277 overseas players).

Mohammed Siraj was bought by the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the 2018 IPL auction.
Mohammed Siraj(Image: IPL)

The same report states that in a communique to the franchises on Tuesday (December 13) evening, the BCCI said, “For your planning purposes please note, subject to timings it is envisaged that the accelerated process will start after player No.86. The first accelerated process will cover all the players from 87 – 405.

“Franchises will be asked to nominate a set number of players from this group. Once these players (87-405) have been presented, franchises will be requested to submit the names of players (unpresented/unsold) from all those on the full list of 405 for further accelerated process. This will be covered in more detail at the auction briefing on 22nd December 2022.” The auction, to be held in Kochi on December 23, will commence at 2.30 PM.

The BCCI further said, “The player auction will commence with the full round of Capped players by specialism – Batsmen, All-rounders, Wicket-Keeper/Batsmen, Fast Bowlers and Spin Bowlers and then move into a full specialism round of Uncapped players.”

The players’ list includes 185 capped, 786 uncapped, and 20 players from Associate Nations. Notably, if every franchise were to have a maximum of 25 players in their squad, 87 players are available to be bought in the auction (of which up to 30 players can be overseas players).

“The availability details of the overseas players along with the update on the players who have been reported or banned for suspect bowling action will be sent in due course,” the BCCI mail says.

21 Players have listed their names under the highest base price of INR 2 crores, all from overseas. 10 players have registered their names under INR 1.5 crore category while 24 players have registered their names under INR 1 crore price category.

  • Capped Indian (19 players)
  • Capped International (166 players)
  • Associate (20 players)
  • Uncapped Indians who were a part of previous IPL seasons (91 players)
  • Uncapped International who were a part of previous IPL seasons (3 players)
  • Uncapped Indians (604 players)
  • Uncapped Internationals (88 players)

Australian players Steve Smith and Marnus Labuschagne are not a part of the IPL 2023 auction. While Dwayne Bravo has not registered for the IPL 2023 auction after being released by CSK ahead of IPL 2023 Auction.

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