uncapped players strike gold at ipl auction

20 DEC, 2023

Sushim Mukul

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In Dubai's IPL mini-auction, 72 players fetched a staggering Rs 230.45 crore. Alongside marquee names, many uncapped players struck jackpot deals too.


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The Tamil Nadu batter, known for his explosive batting was picked up by Gujrat Titans for Rs 7.40 crore to add more strength to their middle overs.


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Another Jharkhand boy, Robin was roped into the Gujrat Titans for Rs 3.6 crore. The 21-year batter was referred as the "left handed Pollard" by Robin Uthappa.


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The Tamil Nadu spinner was bought by Lucknow Super Giants for Rs 2.4 crore. The lethal leftarmer is already a TNPL star.

m siddharth

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Ranchi boy, Sushant was picked by Gujrat Titans for Rs 2.2 crore. He was a part of U-19 Team India and was a net bowler of the RCB previously.

sushant mishra

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The speedster from UP, with ability to hit 140 kmph+ was picked by Gujrat Titans for Rs 60 lakh.

Kartik tyagi

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After his stunning performance with Gujrat Titans last year and the subsequent release, Yash received Rs 5 crore from Royal Challengers Bangalore.

Yash Dayal

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The Bokaro wicketkeeper batter was bought for Rs 7.2 crore by the Delhi Capitals, after he impressed its mentor Sourav Ganguly the Eden Gardens.


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Haryna based all-rounder, Sumit, who garnered praises in the last Vijay Hazare Trophy, caught Delhi Capital's attention and was picked up for Rs 1 crore.

sumit kumar

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Chennai Super Kings signed the 20-year-old from Meerut for a record Rs 8.4 crore, making him the priciest uncapped player in the auction.

Sameer Rizvi