IPL 2022 Auction Retained Players list and Remaining Purse, LIVE


IPL 2022 Auction Retained Players list The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is considering a move to shift the auction venue from Bengaluru. The reason – hotels and Covid-19 restrictions. Not only this but the dates for the auction can also change, IPL 2022 Mega Auction Will begin at 3:30 PM IST, IPL Auction 2022 will be telecast on the Star Sports Network. Follow InsideSport.IN for more updates

IPL 2022 New Year: CSK, RR, PBKS, DC, MI, KKR, RCB, SRH, Lucknow and Ahmadabad Live Streaming, New Dates, Venue, Remaining Purse, Retained Players

While the BCCI earmarked February 12 and 13 for auctions in Bengaluru, the Indian board is yet to book hotels. InsideSport has learnt that the two hotels BCCI were looking at have asked the board to wait for a few days as the Karnataka government is due to issue fresh Covid-19 restrictions. The restrictions are expected to include a cap on gatherings preventing BCCI to host the auctions.

IPL 2022 Auction Venue: Why BCCI could shift the venue?

  • Pro Kabaddi League has taken one of the biggest properties in Sheraton Grand, Whitefield Hotel.
  • With the Karnataka govt set to issue fresh Covid-19 restrictions including a cap on gatherings, the hotels have asked BCCI to wait.
  • The change in venue is also likely to force the BCCI to change the dates as all standby cities are currently witnessing a surge in Covid cases. Many cities have already imposed restrictions.
  • The standby cities including Kolkata, Mumbai and Kochi are currently under restrictions.
  • BCCI is in talks with other state associations for a last-minute change.
  • The IPL 2022 Auction is expected to see hundreds of franchise officials gathering at the venue which can be a problem due to Covid restrictions.

 

IPL 2022 New Year Venue update

When will IPL 2022 Mega Auction Start? Date
IPL 2022 Mega Auction likely to be held on Feb 12 and 13

What Time IPL 2022 Mega Auction Will begin? Time
IPL 2022 Mega Auction Will begin at 3:30 PM IST

What are the venues for IPL 2022 Mega Auction? – Venue
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is considering a move to shift the auction venue from Bengaluru

Which TV channels will IPL Auction 2022 broadcast?
IPL Auction 2022 will be telecast on the Star Sports Network.

How do I watch live streaming of IPL Auction 2022?
The live streaming of the IPL Auction 2022 will be available on Disney+ Hotstar. You can also catch the live updates on insidesport.in Hotstar has also got into an arrangement with Reliance Jio to stream the IPL Auction 2022 LIVE. Jio Customers can watch IPL Auction 2022 for free.

IPL 2022 Auction Retained Players list and Remaining Purse, LIVE Streaming, Venue, Date all you need to know Mega Auction

When the IPL 2022 Mega Auctions will take place?

The IPL 2022 Retentions have already taken place with all 8 IPL franchise announcing their retentions on 30th November. As per the earlier deadline, now it was the turn of both the Lucknow & Ahmedabad franchises to announce their 3 signings before the IPL Auctions.

Team Purse Remaining Players Retained
Punjab Kings 72 crore 2
Sunrisers Hyderabad 68 crore 3
Rajasthan Royals 62 crore 3
Royal Challengers Bangalore 57 crore 3
Chennai Super Kings 48 crore 4
Kolkata Knight Riders 48 crore 4
Mumbai Indians 48 crore 4
Delhi Capitals 47.5 crore 4

 

IPL 2022 FULL RETAINED PLAYERS list by 8 IPL Franchises
  • MI Retained Players: Rohit Sharma (16 Cr), Jasprit Bumrah (12 Cr), Suryakumar Yadav (8 Cr) Kieron Pollard (6 Cr) – No Place for Ishan Kishan, Hardik Pandya, Trent Boult, Quinton De Kock – Player Purse Remaining – 48 Crore
  • RCB Retained Players: Virat Kohli (15 Cr) Glenn Maxwell (11 Cr), Mohammed Siraj (7 Cr) – 57 Cr Player Purse remained.
  • PBKS Retained Players ListMayank Agarwal (14 Crore), Arshdeep Singh (4 Crore): Player Purse Remaining – 72 Crore
  • SRH Retained Players ListKane Williamson (14 Cr), Abdul Samad (4 Cr), Umran Malik (4 Cr)Player Purse Remaining – 68 Cr
  • CSK Retained Players ListRavindra Jadeja (16 Cr) MS Dhoni (12 Cr), Moeen Ali (8 Cr), Ruturaj Gaikwad (6 Cr) – No place for Faf Du Plessis, Dwayne Bravo and Ambati Ryudu, Suresh Raina: Player Purse Remaining 42 Crore
  • DC Retained PlayersRishabh Pant (16 Cr) , Axar Patel (9 Cr), Prithvi Shaw (7.5 Cr), Anrich Nortje (6.5 Cr): 47.5 Cr remaining in purse: Kagiso Rabada, Shikhar Dhawan, Shreyas Iyer, Ashwin, Avesh Khan released.
  • RR Retained PlayersSanju Samson (14 Cr), Jos Buttler (10 Cr), Yashasvi Jaiswal (4 Cr) – 62 Cr Player Purse remaining / No place for JOFRA Archer, Ben Stokes
  • KKR Retained Players: Andre Russell (12 Cr), Varun Chakravarthy (8 Cr), Venkatesh Iyer (8 Cr), Sunil Narine (6 Cr) – No place for captain Eoin Morgan, Shubman Gill or Pat Cummins: Player Purse Remaining – 48 Crore

 

Team Purse Remaining Players Retained
Punjab Kings 72 crore 2
Sunrisers Hyderabad 68 crore 3
Rajasthan Royals 62 crore 3
Royal Challengers Bangalore 57 crore 3
Chennai Super Kings 48 crore 4
Kolkata Knight Riders 48 crore 4
Mumbai Indians 48 crore 4
Delhi Capitals 47.5 crore 4

 

IPL 2022 Auction – Player Purse Remaining for each team

  • Royal Challengers Bangalore – RCB: 3 Players Retained, 57 Crore Remaining
  • Mumbai Indians – MI: 4 Players Retained, 48 Crore Remaining
  • Punjab Kings – PBKS: 2 Players Retained, Player Purse Remaining – 72 Crore
  • Sunrisers Hyderabad – SRH: 3 Players Retained, Player Purse Remaining – 68 Cr
  • Chennai Super Kings – CSK: 4 Players Retained, Player Purse Remaining 42 Crore
  • Delhi Capitals – DC: 4 Players retained, 47.5 Cr remaining in player purse.
  • Kolkata Knight Riders – KKR: 4 Players Retained, Player Purse Remaining – 48 Crore
  • Rajasthan Royals – RR: 3 Players Retained, Player purse remaining 62 Crore

IPL 2022 Auction: Captains and likely captains of 10-team IPL 15, Check out full list

  1. Chennai Super Kings (CSK): 4-time champions Chennai Super Kings (CSK) will most probably see MS Dhoni lead the team for one last time. Dhoni was the second player to be retained by the franchise during the November retention. All-rounder Ravindra Jadeja was CSK’s first pick for Rs 16 crore, whereas Dhoni took a pay cut and settled for Rs 12 crore. The move also suggests that Jadeja will be in charge of the things once Dhoni opts to retire. Possibility of Jadeja leading the team in the upcoming season with Dhoni there to guide him for smooth transformation can also not be ruled out.

2. Mumbai Indians (MI): 5-time champions Mumbai Indians (MI) without an iota of a doubt will lead IPL’s most successful franchise for the 10th successive time. The 34-year-old recently named the new white-ball captain of the Indian cricket team. MI have retained Rohit for Rs 16 crore.

3. Delhi Capitals (DC): Rishabh Pant took the captaincy in the absence of injured Shreyas Iyer. A fit Iyer returned for the second leg, however Pant continued as the captain. He lead the team to the playoffs and will be seen donning the captaincy cap again in the IPL 2022. Former captain Shreyas Iyer opted not to be retained by DC.

4. Rajasthan Royals (RR): Wicketkeeper-batsman Sanju Samson was retained for Rs 14 crore by the the Rajasthan Royals and will be seen leading the side once again in the upcoming IPL 15.

5. Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH): Kane Williamson took over the captaincy from David Warner during IPL 2021 and the Kiwi star will be seen marshalling the Orange Army in another season. The 2016 champions retained Williamson for Rs 14 crore, while Warner was released.

6. Punjab Kings (PBKS): Head coach Anil Kumble has confirmed that the franchise will like to build a team around Mayank Agarwal. The Karnataka star was franchise’s top pick during the retentions as he got Rs 12 crore.

7. Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR): The 2-time champions are most likely to give the captaincy opportunity to West Indies all-rounder Andre Russell who was their first choice in retention. The hard-hitting batsman has shown loyalty to the franchise and spent 8 seasons with them so far. KKR released their captain Eoin Morgan and vice-captain Dinesh Karthik ahead of the mega auction.

8. Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB): Virat Kohli has stepped down from the captaincy and AB de Villiers has retired from all forms of cricket. The Bangalore-based franchise have a major task of naming a captain who can lead the likes of Kohli and Glenn Maxwell. Australian all-rounder Maxwell was RCB’s second pick during the retentions and the franchise has a good captaincy candidate in him. That said, RCB could eye someone like David Warner at the auctions. He has a proven track record as a captain and also looks like an ideal overseas replacement of de Villiers.

9. Lucknow: If sources are to be believed, KL Rahul is certain of leading the newly-formed franchise. Rahul has personally asked PBKS to not retain him.

10. Ahmedabad: Shreyas Iyer left DC as he wanted a leadership role, and the swashbuckling right-hander is currently the front-runner to lead one of the two newest members of the cash-rich Indian Premier League (IPL). David Warner is another candidate in the race.

IPL 2022 Auction Retained Players list and Remaining Purse, LIVE Streaming, Venue, Date all you need to know Mega Auction

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