IPL 2022 mega auction: “Simply go into details”

Jagathy Sreekumar’s character in the film Kilukkam is a dialogue that says that it is enough to immerse him in signs … The basis of this dialogue was that everything is for Jagathy. The situation is similar before the megastar auction IPL 2022. The current eight teams retained 26 players. Each team had the option to keep the maximum number of four players they needed.

In addition to the eight existing teams in IPL 2022, two more will be added, Ahmedabad and Lucknow. The 2022 Megastar auction will take place after the players needed for these two teams have been called. The Ahmedabad and Lucknow franchises have the ability to acquire players from players released by eight teams.

How many players?

New franchises can each have up to three players. One foreign player and two domestic players Each team for the IPL 2022 can invest 90 billion rupees in the auction. This will reduce the number of players each team keeps. Only the remaining amount can be invested in the Megastar auction.

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How and when

According to current information, the Megastar auction will take place in the first week of January 2022. Before that, new franchises have the opportunity to attract players.

The Ahmedabad and Lucknow franchises will have time from December 1st to December 25th to select players.

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Ahmedabad, Lucknow

KL to Captain Lucknow It is reported that Rahul could arrive. Rahul’s insistence that he should be dropped by the Punjab Kings and the player can be banned at times. It is based on the Punjab report against Rahul.

Ahmedabad Australia captain David Warner is also likely to captain the team.

Potential players to acquire new franchises, in order of their compensation:

Ahmedabad: David Warner (Rs 15 crore), Hardik Pandya (Rs 11 crore) and Krunal Pandya (Rs 7 crore)

Luck: KL Rahul (15 crore), Ben Stokes (11 crore), Suresh Raina (7 crore)

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