IPL 2024: How many players can register for the auction, this is the last date

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IPL 2024 Auction Update: The IPL 2024 is expected to take place by the end of March next year, but the phase of the IPL auction will be decided before that. All ten teams bid on the players and the player who spends the most, i.e. the largest amount, goes to that player’s side. This time there will be a mini-auction, but players will also have lots of silver. This time the auction will be very special in many ways. Today is a very important day for those players who want to put their names in the auction and play in the next IPL season.

Today is the last day to register for IPL auctions.

The Indian Premier League i.e. IPL is considered to be the largest cricket league in the world. There would hardly be a player who wouldn’t want to play in it. Be it young players from India or foreigners, they all play here and also earn a lot of money. So far, IPL has become such a platform for many players who, after playing here, also see themselves playing for their country. Meanwhile, the auction for IPL 2024 is expected to take place on December 19, but players have to register for it by tonight. According to Cricbuzz News, today is the last day to register for the IPL 2024 auction. To do this, players have to register their names with their board’s clearance certificate i.e. NOC. According to the report, more than 700 players are expected to register for the auction this time. Some of the special players to keep an eye on include Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Travis Head, Daryl Mitchell, Rachin Ravindra, Ibrahim Zadran and Rahmat Shah, who performed brilliantly for their respective teams in the recently held ODI World Cup . I did it.

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IPL teams have only 77 spots available

No matter how many names come to the IPL auction, teams still have few vacant spots to fill. Slots for Indian and foreign players have already been decided. It is assumed that only 70 to 75 players will be able to bid and only the same number of players will be sold. If we look at the current constitution of all ten teams, only 77 spots are open, including domestic and foreign players. BCCI has already decided that each team can have a minimum of 18 and a maximum of 25 players in their squad. This auction is expected to witness a total transaction of up to Rs 262.95 Crore.

Tension with the arrival of foreign players, the picture will clear this evening

Ben Stokes will not be available in this auction as he was recently released by CSK under the captaincy of MS Dhoni. At the same time, it is impossible to say with certainty about England fast bowler Joffra Archer after his release from Mumbai Indians whether he will return to the auction or stay out. Joffra Archer has been battling injuries for a long time, but it has now been revealed that he is slowly recovering and can be fully fit by the start of the IPL at the end of March. If he comes in such a situation, teams can definitely try to add him to their team. According to the report, there were speculations that Josh Hazlewood could be available for the league as he was recently released by Royal Challengers Bangalore. But the picture about her is still not clear.

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