Rachin Ravindra Sold To CSK For INR 1.80 Cr in IPL 2024 Auction

Rachin Ravindra
Rachin Ravindra (image: NZC)

Rachin Ravindra Sold To CSK: The IPL 2024 Auction is scheduled to be hosted on December 19 at Coca-Cola Arena in Dubai. A total of 333 cricketers will go under the gavel during the event.

Rachin Ravindra Sold To CSK For INR 1.80 Cr in IPL 2024 Auction

In IPL 2024 Auction, Out of 333 players participated, 214 are Indians and 119 are overseas players of which 2 players are from associate nations. The participating 10 teams have a total of 77 slots to fill of which 30 can be overseas players.

New Zealand allrounder Rachin Ravindra registered his name in the IPL 2024 Auction players list at a base price of INR 50 lakh.

Rachin Ravindra was brought by Chennai Super Kings for INR 1.80 Crores in the IPL 2024 Auction.

Rachin Ravindra earned a massive hype following his impressive World Cup performance in India in the 2023 edition. Rachin Ravindra made his World Cup debut in 2023 and made a century alongside his opening partner Devon Conway during their match against England.

Rachin Ravindra scored a total of 578 runs in 10 matches he played in World Cup 2023 and surpassed God of Cricket Sachin Tendulkar’s record for having scored the most runs in a single edition of the World Cup before turning 25.

IPL 2024 Auction Rules

As BCCI decides to host a mini-auction for the 2024 season, franchises have the advantage of retaining the majority of their players compared to the mega auction.

  • No franchise will be allowed to buy a player beyond their purse balance.
  • Each team has to spend at least 75% of their total amount.
  • The option of the Right to Match (RTM) card will not be available to franchises.
  • The number of players in each team should not exceed 25 while each squad should have a minimum of 18 players.
  • According to the IPL committee rules, each franchise can have 25 players in their squad, out of which a maximum of 8 can be foreign players. In Playing 11, each team can have a maximum of 4 overseas players in the mix.