Apr 192014
 

NEW DELHI: Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Virat Kohli won the toss and chose to bowl against Mumbai Indians in their IPL 7 match at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium in Dubai on Saturday.

Star-studded RCB opened their IPL 7 campaign on a resounding note as they crushed a new-look Delhi Daredevils by eight wickets.

Yuvraj Singh silenced his detractors with a brilliant unbeaten 52 and shared 84 runs in just 7.9 overs with captain Virat Kohli (49 not out) for the unconquered third wicket stand to help RCB chase down Daredevils’ 145-run target with 20 balls to spare.

RCB’s best finish was the runners-up trophy in 2011 but this time around the team would be hoping to ride on the performances of the big boys to clinch their maiden IPL title.

RCB’s bowling was considered their weak link but against the Daredevils, their bowlers did just enough to restrict the opponents to a modest 145 for four.

Mumbai Indians have plenty of work to do both in their batting as well as bowling departments after their 41-run loss to Kolkata Knight Riders in the tournament opener.

Barring Zaheer Khan (1/23) and the ever-reliable Lasith Malinga (4/23), Mumbai’s bowling performance against KKR can be termed as pathetic.

On the batting front too, Mumbai lacked sting to chase down the 164-run target set by KKR.

Apart from Ambati Rayudu (48), skipper Rohit Sharma (27) and Aditya Tare (24), no other Mumbai batsmen reached double digit scores, which would be a cause of concern for coach John Wright and mentor Sachin Tendulkar.

Teams:

Royal Challengers Bangalore: Virat Kohli (Capt.), Parthiv Patel, Nic Maddinson, Yuvraj Singh, AB de Villiers, Albie Morkel, Sachin Rana, Ashok Dinda, Mitchell Starc, Yuzwendra Chahal, Varun Aaron.

Mumbai Indians: Rohit Sharma (Capt.), Michael Hussey, Aditya Tare, Ambati Rayudu, Kieron Pollard, Corey Anderson, Harbhajan Singh, Pragyan Ojha, Zaheer Khan, Lasith Malinga, Jasprit Bumrah.

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Apr 172014
 
IPL 2014-  Kolkata upset defending champs Mumbai Indians in IPL opener

Kolkata Knight Riders opened their accounts at the IPL 7 with a resounding win over defending champions Mumbai Indians in the IPL series opener in Abu Dhabi. Jacques Kallis’ fluent 72 and some spirited bowling performances by Morne Morkle and Sunil Narine ensured KKR never looked away from a win. Chasing 164 to win, MI never got the start they would have wanted and fell 41 runs short in the end. Narine finished with figures 4-20.

Match Review: Indian Premier League- Kolkata Knight Riders vs Mumbai Indians. April 16, 2014. Sheikh Zayed Stadium. Abu Dhabi

Winning the toss, Kolkata put itself to bat and the plan seemed to back fire when skipper Gautam Gambhir had his stumps rattled by Lasith Malinga after a 8 ball duck. Manish Pandey was the next to walk in whose claim to fame was a brisk century on debut in 2009. 5 years of struggle to hold a place in the playing XI later, yesterday was Pandey’s day of reckoning. He grabbed the chance with both his hands and played a crucial role in a 131 run stand with Jacques Kallis. Retired from tests and not seen as a quick t20 player, Kallis silenced his detractors as well with a sublime 72.

Kolkata started slow and Kalllis to cruised to a 31 ball 34 before unleashing carnage on the ground. Dropped by Malinga at short fine leg, Kallis decided to make MI pay and fleeced 37 off the next 13. Pragyan Ojha was at the receiving end when he was taken for two 6’s and a 4. Following a long due half century, Pandey departed at 52 but not before putting Kolkata in the drivers position. Kolkata ended their innings at 163. With Michael Hussey, Corey Anderson and Keiran Powell in the team, MI had little to worry. But they did not expect to meet their nemesis in Sunil Narine and Morne Morkel. Hussey had his worse outing on the pitch with a 13 ball 3 when Narine put an end to his misery.

Morne Morkel has some serious bad memories in t20 cricket and he definitely buried them when he used the bouncy pitch to his advantage and produced a steller spell of 2-0-2-0 at the onset. Ambati Rayudu and Rohit Sharma, Mumbai’s backbone for a long time tried to take their team home as they stitched a 61 run partnership off 45 balls. But some discipline bowling by the foreign KKR recruits and a steep asking rate proved to be the bane for MI. By the time the all rounders Pollard and Anderson came in, Sunil Narine was unstoppable and gave them a tough time. He became the first player in the IPL to reach 50 wickets in a short span on time.

Scorecard:
Kolkata
163 for 5 (Kallis 72, Pandey 64, Malinga 4-23)
Mumbai 122 for 7 (Narine 4-20) 

Player of the day: Jacques Kallis (KKR)
Disappointment of the day: Michael Hussey (MI)
Umpires: Marais Eramus (South Africa) and Richard Illingworth (England)

Apr 162014
 
Kallis, Narine Open IPL 7 With Kolkata Win
Wednesday 16 April 2014 

Jacques Kallis hits out

Jacques Kallis hit 72 to set up Kolkata’s winning score

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Kolkata Knight Riders 163-5 (Kallis 72) beat
Mumbai Indians 122-7 (Narine 4-20) by 41 runs
Indian Premier League 2014, Abu Dhabi
Scorecard

Jacques Kallis with the bat and Sunil Narine with the ball were the star performers as the Kolkata Knight Riders beat the Mumbai Indians by 41 runs in the opening match of the Indian Premier League 2014.

Kallis struck 72 in 46 balls and Manish Pandey made 64 in 53, the pair doing the bulk of the scoring as 2012 champions the Knight Riders posted an imposing score of 163 for five, despite Lasith Malinga taking four for 23.

In reply, reigning champions the Mumbai Indians never really got into much rhythm, largely thanks to Narine’s haul of four for 20.

They closed on 122 for seven having been well beaten.

On a track that was unusually green, it did not take long for the tournament’s first wicket to arrive when Gautam Gambhir was bowled by Malinga for an eight-ball duck.

However, Kallis then struck five fours and three sixes with Pandey adding six fours and two sixes in a 131-run partnership for the second wicket.

Malinga dismissed both men, and removed Shakib Al Hasan for one, but Kolkata still finished strongly, Suryakumar Yadav ending on 13 not out in five balls.

Zaheer Khan, with one for 23, was the other wicket-taker for Mumbai.

Although he did not take a wicket at first, Morne Morkel then put Mumbai under early pressure with an outstanding spell, using the conditions to his advantage.

Even a player as experienced as Michael Hussey was subdued, and after scratching around for three in 13 balls, he was bowled by Narine in the fifth over.

Aditya Tare (24 in 22 balls) had just started to play some big shots when he was caught and bowled at the second attempt by Shakib Al Hasan, leaving Ambati Rayudu (48) and Rohit Sharma (27) with plenty of work to do.

The pair added 61 for the third wicket but progress was fairly slow and after Sharma hit Morkel for six, he was caught in the deep by Kallis off the same bowler as he attempted to repeat the stroke.

That was the 16th over and they had mustered just 106 runs by then, and that left the big hitters Kieron Pollard (6 not out) and Corey Anderson (2 not out) with far too much to do.

Narine, however, was bowling superbly. He had Rayudu stumped – at the second attempt – by Robin Uthappa and then bamboozled Anderson and Harbhajan Singh (0) to bowl both players.

Chidhambaram Gautam (7) was the other batsman to fall, stumped from the final ball of the game as Piyush Chawla snaffled a late wicket.

Tomorrow’s match sees the Delhi Daredevils take on the Royal Challengers Bangalore. Delhi will be without captain Kevin Pietersen who has a fractured finger and will be led by Dinesh Karthik.

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Apr 162014
 
Sachin Tendulkar still hogs the limelight

Sachin Tendulkar may not be a part of the Mumbai Indians squad but as an ‘icon’ he is making his presence felt at the team’s training sessions. He is even a part of dressing-room strategizing. Tendulkar sat with his ‘former teammates’ in the dugout too…

Apr 152014
 
Kolkata and Mumbai test the waters
ABU DHABI: Mumbai Indians 10, Kolkata Knight Riders 2. That’s the head-to-head count of the result of matches between these IPL heavyweights.

Going by figures alone, there won’t be much debate over who the favourite is for Wednesday’s league-opener at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium here.

In fact, those who’ve been queuing up for tickets here have no doubt that Mumbai Indians are the one to watch out for.

They’re the defending champions, have been title-favourites last four years on the trot, have retained proven-match winners at the auction and arrived here with the necessary arsenal – attacking batsmen and a good set of spinners.

The Knights, on the other hand, have been quite unsteady at all times except for the year they won the title. From underdogs to wooden-spooners, they’ve seen it all, have let go of useful T20 players like Brendon McCullum and Eoin Morgan and may have to start from scratch yet again.

But if statistics and auction-strategies are kept aside, Mumbai Indians technically can’t claim the ‘favourites’ tag, simply because neither team has played a match at this venue before. For the same reason, the Knight Riders aren’t exactly in a spot because of what the head-to-head count reveals.

The pitch, the outfield, the weather – it is unbearably hot — and the toss will be important. As MI and KKR do battle, they’re likely to set a precedent for other teams to follow at this venue over the next two weeks.

“It (conditions) is the same for everyone so and I suppose it depends on how the teams handle it. We won’t know until the first few games are out of the way,” says Knight Riders coach Trevor Bayliss. “But it will be good to leave the UAE with a number of wins under your belt before we get back to India.”

While MI have retained the core of the team and have brought back Zaheer Khan at the cost of letting Mitchell Johnson leave, the Knight Riders have roped in some good young hands in Robin Uthappa and Manish Pandey.

The crowds, nevertheless, aren’t flocking to the stadium just to watch these two teams — they will also keep a keen eye on two stars who have backroom jobs.

Sachin Tendulkar is back in the Mumbai Indians dressing room as an ‘icon’ and will play a part in building the franchise’s strategy. Shah Rukh Khan is here to cheer for the Knight Riders and capable of swinging crowd support in his favour because of the immense fan-following he enjoys here in the UAE. On Wednesday, expect Tendulkar devotees and Shah Rukh-struck men and women to fill the stands.

Apr 072014
 
IPL tickets close to sell-outs

The two double-headers to be held here in Dubai – RCB vs defending champions MI and KKR vs DD on April 19, and SH vs DD and CSK vs MI on April 25 — are both close to sell-outs

IPL tickets close to sell-outs (© Getty Images)

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Dubai: The upcoming IPL has captured the imagination of cricket lovers across the United Arab Emirates as tickets are being snapped up rapidly, bringing with it the likelihood of sell-outs in the near future here.

The two double-headers to be held here at the Dubai International Stadium at Dubai Sports City — Royal Challengers Bangalore vs defending champions Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knight Riders vs Delhi Daredevils on April 19, and Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Delhi Daredevils and Chennai Super Kings vs Mumbai Indians on April 25 — are both close to sell-outs.

The other matches taking place at Dubai Sports City –Rajasthan Royals vs Chennai Super Kings on April 23, Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Kings XI Punjab April 28 and Mumbai Indians vs Sunrisers Hyderabad April 30 — all have slightly better availability at this stage.

Prices for matches start from AED 30 (one match in a day) and AED 50 (double-headers) and go up to AED 200 (one match) and AED 250 (double-headers) for Platinum seating.

Commenting on the opening of the Dubai Sports City box office for IPL tickets and looking ahead to the matches, Dubai Sports City General Manager – Sports Business Maqbul Dudhia said, “Ticket sales for matches in the Pepsi Indian Premier League at Dubai Sports City have already been exceptional.

“We are already close to selling out our blockbuster double-headers involving Royal Challengers Bangalore, Mumbai Indians, Kolkata Knight Riders and Delhi Daredevils on 19 April as well as the one featuring Sunrisers Hyderabad, Delhi Daredevils, Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians on 25 April. Tickets for the other matches are selling fast too.

Feb 132014
 
IPL Player Auction 2014: Day 2: Performers in Domestic Circuit get their value worth

Railways legspinner Karn Sharma and Himachal Pradesh allrounder Rishi Dhawan became the two most expensive uncapped players on the second day of the IPL player auction. Karn, who played for Sunrisers Hyderabad last season, was bought back for a startling Rs 3.75 crores while Dhawan went to Kings XI Punjab for Rs 3 crores.

A total of 84 players were bought by franchises today making it an aggregate of 154 across the two-day auction. Today, franchises spent Rs 50.25 crores ($8.38 million) taking the total spend to Rs 262.6 crores.

The second day of the auction saw most franchises contest fiercely for the lesser-known Indian domestic players to build their squads after they had bought the core of the team on Monday. Maharashtra batsman Kedar Jadhav (Delhi Daredevils, Rs 2 crores), South Africa fast bowler and top wicket-taker in this season’s Ram Slam T20 Beuran Hendricks ( Kings XI Punjab, Rs 1.8 crores) Delhi allrounder Rajat Bhatia (Royals, 1.7 crores), Karnataka opening batsman Mayank Agarwal (Daredevils, 1.6 crores), MP and India fast bowler Ishwar Pandey (Chennai Super Kings, 1.5 cores), Punjab batsman Gurkeerat Singh (Kings XI, 1.3 crores), Gujarat fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah (Mumbai Indians, 1.2 crores), Mumbai seamer Dhawal Kulkarni (Royals, 1.1 crores) and Karnataka opener KL Rahul (1 crore, Sunrisers Hyderabad) were the biggest earners in the morning.

This is was the first time uncapped players were brought into the auction, a move welcomed by all franchises who said it provided a level-playing field for everyone in the wake of the controversies in the past seasons when teams would pick players with under-the-table deals and offers.

Karn was the last name to come out of the first set of uncapped spinners. Last year he had picked 11 wickets at an economy rate of 6.60 and had listed his base price Rs 30 lakh. Sunrisers joined the bidding and raised it to 1 crore by King XI which was doubled in less than a minute as both franchises refused to budge. Despite having assembled a good squad, Kings XI did not have any spinners in their line-up at the time and were desperate for him.

It was the second-most eventful bid of the morning after Dhawan’s. He nearly went unsold as the auctioneer received no bids before a late entry by Sunrisers. Mumbai, for whom he has played for before, took the bid to Rs 40 lakh before they quit. The bidding crossed the crore-mark before Sunrisers decided to quit.

If Kings XI appeared happy and convinced they had Dhawan, the most successful bowler this Ranji season with 49 wickets, they were in for a surprise as Rahul Dravid, Royals’ coach, raised the paddle when the bid was at Rs 1.2 cores. As it crossed the 2-crore mark , both teams started to negotiate before deciding to raise the bid. Finally Dravid signaled Royals were out once Kings XI had raised the bid to Rs 3 crores.

There were two overseas players also sold this morning. Netherland’s Ryan ten Doeschate, was bought back by his former IPL employer Kolkata Knight Riders for the base price of Rs 1 crore and West Indies allrounder Kevon Cooper went back to the Royals for a base price of Rs 30 lakh.

Other Domestic performers were also awarded rewarded. Jadhav was the top run maker this Ranji Trophy. Rahul was No. 3 on the same list. Karun Nair, instrumental in Karnataka emerging as Ranji champions, was bought by Royals. Mumbai bid strongly for Gujarat fast bowler Bumrah and got him.

Daredevils flashed the right-to-match card twice to get Jadhav and Jharkhand left-arm spinner Shahbaz Nadeem, Kings XI raised the card to retain Mandeep, Royals got the 41-year-old legspinner Pravin Tambe for his base price of Rs 10 lakh and Royal Challengers exercised their card to retain Haryana seamer Harshal Patel.

Players who remained unsold on Wednesday were brought back into the auction once again after lunch today. New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor, who was bought for his base price of Rs 2 crores by Daredevils, one of his previous franchises. Former Indian left-arm-spinner Murali Kartik, a precoius player, was picked up by Kings XI for his base price of Rs 2 crore.

Madhya Pradesh wicketkeeper batsman Naman Ojha, who represented Daredevils in the previous IPL seasons, was bought by Sunrisers for his base price of Rs 50 lakhs. Australia’s Chris Lynn was contested by Royals and Knight Riders, who eventually bagged him for Rs 1.3 cores. Knight Riders also grabbed West Indies allrounder Andre Russell, who previously was at Daredevils, for Rs 60 lakhs.

A departure from the past auctions was franchises cutting down on the expenditure on overseas players this time. Instead, they focused on players who could fill up a certain position. But it was evident that the franchise scouts had kept an eye on overseas Twenty20 tournaments. Cape Cobras’ left-arm fast bowler Hendricks who was the higher wicket-taker in the recently concluded Ram Slam T20. Queenslander Ben Dunk, who was part of Hobart Hurricanes in the Big Bash League who was the tournament’s best player, was picked by Mumbai Indians in late bidding for just 20 lakhs. Jamaican left-arm fast bowler Krishmar Santokie, who was Caribbean Premier League’s highest wicket-taker (representing Guyana Amazon Warriors), also went to Mumbai at his base price of 30 lakhs.

The Final-List of Teams as follows:

Chennai Super Kings:

Player

Type

Price Paid

Faf Du Plessis

Batsman

₹4,75,00,000

Dwayne Smith

Batsman

₹4,50,00,000

Brendon McCullum

Wicket Keeper

₹3,25,00,000

Ashish Nehra

Bowler

₹2,00,00,000

Mohit Sharma

Bowler

₹2,00,00,000

Ishwar Chandra Pandey

Bowler

₹1,50,00,000

Ben Hilfenhaus

Bowler

₹1,00,00,000

John Hastings

All-Rounder

₹50,00,000

Samuel Badree

Bowler

₹30,00,000

Matt Henry

Bowler

₹30,00,000

Mithun Manhas

All-Rounder

₹30,00,000

Vijay Shankar

All-Rounder

₹10,00,000

Ronit More

Bowler

₹10,00,000

Baba Aparajith

Batsman

₹10,00,000

Pawan Negi

Bowler

₹10,00,000

 

Delhi Daredevils:

     Player

Type

Price Paid

Dinesh Karthik

Wicket Keeper

₹12,50,00,000

Kevin Pietersen

Batsman

₹9,00,00,000

Murali Vijay

Batsman

₹5,00,00,000

Mohammad Shami

Bowler

₹4,25,00,000

Nathan Coulter-Nile

Bowler

₹4,25,00,000

Quinton De Kock

Wicket Keeper

₹3,50,00,000

Manoj Tiwary

Batsman

₹2,80,00,000

Jaydev Unadkat

Bowler

₹2,80,00,000

Jean-Paul Duminy

Batsman

₹2,20,00,000

Ross Taylor

Batsman

₹2,00,00,000

Kedar Jadhav

Batsman

₹2,00,00,000

Rahul Sharma

Bowler

₹1,90,00,000

Mayank Agarwal

Batsman

₹1,60,00,000

Laxmi Ratan Shukla

All-Rounder

₹1,50,00,000

James Neesham

All-Rounder

₹1,00,00,000

Wayne Parnell

Bowler

₹1,00,00,000

Shahbaz Nadeem

Bowler

₹85,00,000

Saurabh Tiwary

Batsman

₹70,00,000

Siddarth Kaul

Bowler

₹45,00,000

Rahul Shukla

Bowler

₹40,00,000

Jayant Yadav

All-Rounder

₹10,00,000

HS Sharath

Bowler

₹10,00,000

Milind Kumar

Batsman

₹10,00,000

 

Kings XI Punjab:

Player

Type

Price Paid

Mitchell Johnson

All-Rounder

₹6,50,00,000

Glenn Maxwell

All-Rounder

₹6,00,00,000

George Bailey

Batsman

₹3,25,00,000

Virender Sehwag

Batsman

₹3,20,00,000

Rishi Dhawan

All-Rounder

₹3,00,00,000

Wriddhiman Saha

Wicket Keeper

₹2,20,00,000

Shaun Marsh

Batsman

₹2,20,00,000

Cheteshwar Pujara

Batsman

₹1,90,00,000

Beuran Hendricks

Bowler

₹1,80,00,000

Lakshmipathy Balaji

Bowler

₹1,80,00,000

Thisara Perera

All-Rounder

₹1,60,00,000

Gurkirat Singh Mann

Batsman

₹1,30,00,000

Murali Kartik

Bowler

₹1,00,00,000

Sandeep Sharma

Bowler

₹85,00,000

Mandeep Hardev Singh

All-Rounder

₹80,00,000

Akshar Rajesh Patel

All-Rounder

₹75,00,000

Parvinder Awana

Bowler

₹65,00,000

Shardul Narendra Thakur

Bowler

₹20,00,000

Anureet Singh

Bowler

₹20,00,000

Shivam Sharma

Bowler

₹10,00,000

Karanveer Singh

All-Rounder

₹10,00,000

 

Kolkata Knight Riders:

Player

Type

Price Paid

Jacques Kallis

All-Rounder

₹5,50,00,000

Robin Uthappa

Batsman

₹5,00,00,000

Piyush Chawla

Bowler

₹4,25,00,000

Yusuf Pathan

All-Rounder

₹3,25,00,000

Shakib Al Hasan

All-Rounder

₹2,80,00,000

Morne Morkel

Bowler

₹2,80,00,000

Ranganath Vinay Kumar

Bowler

₹2,80,00,000

Umesh Yadav

Bowler

₹2,60,00,000

Manish Pandey

Batsman

₹1,70,00,000

Chris Lynn

Batsman

₹1,30,00,000

Patrick Cummins

Bowler

₹1,00,00,000

Ryan Ten Doeschate

All-Rounder

₹1,00,00,000

Suryakumar Yadav

Batsman

₹70,00,000

Andre Russell

All-Rounder

₹60,00,000

Manvinder Bisla

Wicket Keeper

₹60,00,000

Veer Pratap Singh

Bowler

₹40,00,000

Kuldeep Singh Yadav

Bowler

₹40,00,000

Debabrata Das

Wicket Keeper

₹20,00,000

Sayan Sekhar Mandal

All-Rounder

₹10,00,000

 

Mumbai Indians:

Player

Type

Price Paid

Michael Hussey

Batsman

₹5,00,00,000

Corey Anderson

All-Rounder

₹4,50,00,000

Pragyan Ojha

Bowler

₹3,25,00,000

Zaheer Khan

Bowler

₹2,60,00,000

Aditya Tare

Wicket Keeper

₹1,60,00,000

Jasprit Bumrah

Bowler

₹1,20,00,000

Jalaj Saxena

All-Rounder

₹90,00,000

Josh Hazlewood

Bowler

₹50,00,000

Marchant De Lange

Bowler

₹30,00,000

Krismar Santokie

Bowler

₹30,00,000

Ben Dunk

Wicket Keeper

₹20,00,000

C.M. Gautam

Wicket Keeper

₹20,00,000

Apoorv Vijay Wankhade

Batsman

₹10,00,000

Pawan Suyal

Bowler

₹10,00,000

Sushant Marathe

Wicket Keeper

₹10,00,000

Shreyas Gopal

Bowler

₹10,00,000

 

Rajasthan Royals:

Player

Type

Price Paid

Steven Smith

All-Rounder

₹4,00,00,000

Brad Hodge

Batsman

₹2,40,00,000

Rajat Bhatia

All-Rounder

₹1,70,00,000

Tim Southee

Bowler

₹1,20,00,000

Dhawal Kulkarni

Bowler

₹1,10,00,000

Abhishek Nayar

All-Rounder

₹1,00,00,000

Kane Richardson

Bowler

₹1,00,00,000

Ben Cutting

Bowler

₹80,00,000

Karun Nair

Batsman

₹75,00,000

Unmukt Chand

Batsman

₹65,00,000

Iqbal Abdullah

All-Rounder

₹65,00,000

Deepak Hooda

Bowler

₹40,00,000

Dishant Yagnik

Wicket Keeper

₹30,00,000

Kevon Cooper

All-Rounder

₹30,00,000

Vikramjeet Malik

Bowler

₹20,00,000

Ankit Nagendra Sharma

Bowler

₹10,00,000

Rahul Tewatia

All-Rounder

₹10,00,000

Ankush Bains

Wicket Keeper

₹10,00,000

Amit Mishra

Bowler

₹10,00,000

Pravin Tambe

Bowler

₹10,00,000

 

Royal Challengers Bangalore:

Player

Type

Price Paid

Yuvraj Singh

All-Rounder

₹14,00,00,000

Mitchell Starc

Bowler

₹5,00,00,000

Albie Morkel

All-Rounder

₹2,40,00,000

Varun Aaron

Bowler

₹2,00,00,000

Ashok Dinda

Bowler

₹1,50,00,000

Parthiv Patel

Wicket Keeper

₹1,40,00,000

Muttiah Muralitharan

Bowler

₹1,00,00,000

Ravi Rampaul

Bowler

₹90,00,000

Nic Maddinson

Batsman

₹50,00,000

Harshal Patel

Bowler

₹40,00,000

Vijay Zol

Batsman

₹30,00,000

Abu Nechim Ahmed

Bowler

₹30,00,000

Sachin Rana

Bowler

₹20,00,000

Shadab Jakati

Bowler

₹20,00,000

Sandeep Warrier

Bowler

₹10,00,000

Tanmay Mishra

Batsman

₹10,00,000

Yogesh Takawale

Wicket Keeper

₹10,00,000

Yuzvendra Singh Chahal

Bowler

₹10,00,000

 

Sunrisers Hyderabad:

Player

Type

Price Paid

David Warner

Batsman

₹5,50,00,000

Amit Mishra

Bowler

₹4,75,00,000

Bhuvneshwar Kumar

Bowler

₹4,25,00,000

Aaron Finch

Batsman

₹4,00,00,000

Karn Sharma

Bowler

₹3,75,00,000

Darren Sammy

All-Rounder

₹3,50,00,000

Ishant Sharma

Bowler

₹2,60,00,000

Irfan Pathan

All-Rounder

₹2,40,00,000

Moises Henriques

All-Rounder

₹1,00,00,000

KL Rahul

Batsman

₹1,00,00,000

Parveez Rasool

All-Rounder

₹95,00,000

Jason Holder

Bowler

₹75,00,000

Venugopal Rao

Batsman

₹55,00,000

Naman Ojha

Wicket Keeper

₹50,00,000

Brendan Taylor

Wicket Keeper

₹30,00,000

Prasanth Parameswaran

Bowler

₹30,00,000

Amit Paunikar

Wicket Keeper

₹20,00,000

Ashish Reddy

Bowler

₹20,00,000

Srikkanth Anirudha

Batsman

₹20,00,000

Ricky Bhui

Batsman

₹10,00,000

Chama Milind

Bowler

₹10,00,000

Manprit Juneja

Batsman

₹10,00,000

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