IPL 2024 mini-auction to be held in Dubai on December 19: Everything you need to know

The mini-auction for the IPL 2024 will be held in Dubai on December 19. Here is everything you need to know about the auction.

Abishek Goswami
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IPL 2024 mini-auction to be held in Dubai on December 19: Everything you need to know

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The Indian Premier League mini-auction for the 2024 season will be held in Dubai on December 19, the Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) confirmed on Sunday, December 3. This will be the first time that the auction will be held overseas. A total of 1166 players have registered for the auction which will be the last mini-auction before next year's mega auction.

World Cup-winning Australian stars including Travis Head, Pat Cummins and Mitchell Starc will be part of the auction. Their base price will be Rs 2 crore while New Zealand's highly-rated young all-rounder Rachin Ravindra will be available for a base price of Rs 50 lakhs. Ravindra has impressed the Cricketing World by scoring 543 runs and picking 5 wickets in 10 matches in the World Cup 2023.

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The deadline for the retention of players was on Sunday, November 26 with teams actively releasing players. The trade window is still open and will close on December 12, a week before the mini-auction.

The trading window saw one of the most historic transfers in the league. Hardik Pandya led Gujarat Titans to glory in IPL 2022 and also led them to the final in 2023. He has now made a return to the Mumbai Indians in an all-cash deal. Mumbai Indians traded out Australian all-rounder Cameron Green to Royal Challengers Bangalore.

The teams retained a total of 173 players on the deadline day on November 26. As a result of the Hardik Pandya trade, Gujarat Titans will head to the auction with the maximum purse of Rs 38.15 crore while Chennai Super Kings and Delhi Capitals have Rs 31.4 crore and Rs 28.95 crore.

IPL 2024 Auction  SportzPoint
IPL 2024 Auction SportzPoint
Franchise Total purse remaining Total slots left Overseas slots left
CSK Rs 31.40 crore 6 3
DC Rs 28.95 crore 9 4
GT Rs 38.15 crore 8 2
KKR Rs 32.70 crore 12 4
LSG Rs 13.15 crore 6 2
MI Rs 17.75 crore 8 4
PBKS Rs 29.10 crore 8 2
RCB Rs 23.25 crore 6 3
RR Rs 14.50 crore 8 3
SRH Rs 34.00 crore 6 3

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