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IPL Auction 2021 Full Players List: Glenn Maxwell, Steve Smith and others who will go under hammer

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  • February 18th, 2021
  • 11:19:58 IST

The Indian Premier League (IPL) on Friday unveiled the full list of players who are set to go under the hammer in the upcoming auction for the 2021 edition.

Indian stalwarts Harbhajan Singh and Kedar Jadhav were among those named in the list of players as were international stars such as Glenn Maxwell, Steve Smith, Shakib Al Hasan, Moeen Ali among others.

While a total of 1,114 had initially registered for the auction, the list was eventually shortened to 292, of which 164 are Indians, 125 are players from other full member nations. Three players are from the associate nations.

A total of 61 slots however, will be available on the main auction day that have to be filled by the eight participating franchises.

The league had earlier announced that its auction is to be held on 18 February, with teams set to splash out more than $25 million dollars (20.64 million euros) to hire stars from around the world.

The announcement sets up the auction ahead of the cash rich tournament's start in April, after England's tour of India ends on 28 March.

Officially, each of the eight teams is allowed to spend nearly $12 million in salaries for the 10-week tournament but because many have a high number of retained players the cash available for the auction will differ.

Kings XI Punjab will enter the auction with the biggest purse of $7 million followed by Virat Kohli's Royal Challengers Bangalore on $4.75 million.

Rajasthan Royals will have $4.7 million after releasing high-earning captain Steve Smith, who could be a major target for one of the other teams.

Punjab, Bangalore and Rajasthan are all rebuilding after a disappointing 2020 season when the tournament was held in United Arab Emirates because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Champions Mumbai Indians released seven players and will have about $2 million to bid.

Australia fast bowler Pat Cummins was the most expensive foreign player in 2020, costing Kolkata Knight Riders $2.1 million at last year's auction.

The IPL is to be increased to 10 teams, but media reports say this will only happen in 2022.

Following is the full list of players who are set to go under the hammer next Thursday, along with their reserve price:

Player name (country, age, capped/uncapped/associate): Reserve Price

Aaron Finch (Australia, 34, capped): Rs 100 lakh

Alex Hales (England, 32, capped): Rs 150 lakh

Evin Lewis (West Indies, 29, capped): Rs 100 lakh

Karun Nair (India, 29, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Jason Roy (England, 30, capped): Rs 200 lakh

Steve Smith (Australia, 31, capped): Rs 200 lakh

Hanuma Vihari (India, 27, capped): Rs 100 lakh

Shakib Al Hasan (Bangladesh, 34, capped): Rs 200 lakh

Moeen Ali (England, 33, capped): Rs 200 lakh

Shivam Dube (India, 27, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Kedar Jadhav (India, 36, capped): Rs 200 lakh

Dawid Malan (England, 33, capped): Rs 150 lakh

Glenn Maxwell (Australia, 32, capped): Rs 200 lakh

Chris Morris (South Africa, 33, capped): Rs 75 lakh

Sam Billings (England, 29, capped): Rs 200 lakh

Alex Carey (Australia, 29, capped): Rs 150 lakh

Kusal Perera (Sri Lanka, 30, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Glenn Phillips (New Zealand, 24, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Sheldon Cottrell (West Indies, 31, capped): Rs 100 lakh

Nathan Coulter‐Nile (Australia, 33, capped): Rs 150 lakh

Adam Milne (New Zealand, 28, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Mustafizur Rahman (Bangladesh, 25, capped): Rs 100 lakh

Jhye Richardson (Australia, 24, capped): Rs 150 lakh

Mark Wood (England, 31, capped): Rs 200 lakh

Umesh Yadav (India, 33, capped): Rs 100 lakh

Qais Ahmad (Afghanistan, 20, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Piyush Chawla (India, 32, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Mujeeb Ur Rahman (Afghanistan, 20, capped): Rs 150 lakh

Adil Rashid (England, 33, capped): Rs 150 lakh

Rahul Sharma (India, 34, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Harbhajan Singh (India, 40, capped): Rs 200 lakh

Ish Sodhi (New Zealand, 28, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Sachin Baby (India, 32, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Rahul Gahlaut (India, 25, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

C.Hari Nishaanth (India, 24, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Rajat Patidar (India, 27, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Himanshu Rana (India, 22, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Himmat Singh (India, 24, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Vishnu Solanki (India, 28, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Ayush Badoni (India, 21, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

K Gowtham (India, 32, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Venkatesh Iyer (India, 26, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Shahrukh Khan (India, 25, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Ripal Patel (India, 25, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Atit Sheth (India, 25, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Vivek Singh (India, 25, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Mohammed Azharuddeen (India, 27, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Avi Barot (India, 28, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Kedar Devdhar (India, 31, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Sheldon Jackson (India, 34, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Vishnu Vinod (India, 27, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Tushar Deshpande (India, 25, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Riley Meredith (Australia, 24, uncapped): Rs 40 lakh

Lukman Hussain Meriwala (India, 29, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Ankit Singh Rajpoot (India, 27, uncapped): Rs 30 lakh

Chetan Sakariya (India, 23, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Kuldeep Sen (India, 24, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Mujtaba Yousuf (India, 18, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Tejas Baroka (India, 25, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

KC Cariappa (India, 26, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Sandeep Lamichhane (Nepal, 20, associate): Rs 40 lakh

M Siddharth (India, 22, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Karanveer Singh (India, 33, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Jagadeesha Suchith (India, 27, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Midhun Sudhesan (India, 26, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Corey Anderson (New Zealand, 30, capped): Rs 75 lakh

Darren Bravo (West Indies, 32, capped): Rs 75 lakh

Devon Conway (New Zealand, 29, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Martin Guptill (New Zealand, 34, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Shaun Marsh (Australia, 37, capped): Rs 150 lakh

Rovman Powell (West Indies, 27, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Cheteshwar Pujara (India, 33, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Rassie Van Der Dussen (South Africa, 32, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Tom Curran (England, 26, capped): Rs 150 lakh

Ben Cutting (Australia, 34, capped): Rs 75 lakh

Moises Henriques (Australia, 34, capped): Rs 100 lakh

Kyle Jamieson (New Zealand, 26, capped): Rs 75 lakh

Marnus Labuschagne (Australia, 26, capped): Rs 100 lakh

Pawan Negi (India, 28, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Gurkeerat Singh (India, 30, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Mitchell McClenaghan (New Zealand, 34, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Varun Aaron (India, 31, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Jason Behrendorff (Australia, 30, capped): Rs 100 lakh

Naveen Ul Haq (Afghanistan, 21, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Mohit Sharma (India, 32, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Billy Stanlake (Australia, 26, capped): Rs 100 lakh

Oshane Thomas (West Indies, 24, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Finn Allen (New Zealand, 21, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Harpreet Bhatia (India, 29, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Shivam Chauhan (India, 23, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Naushad Shaikh (India, 29, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Pratham Singh (India, 28, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Apoorv Wankhade (India, 29, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Atharva Ankolekar (India, 20, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Prayas Barman (India, 18, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Rojith Ganesh (India, 27, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Sumit Kumar (India, 25, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Akshdeep Nath (India, 27, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Pradeep Sangwan (India, 30, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Jalaj Saxena (India, 34, uncapped): Rs 30 lakh

Karan Sharma (India, 22, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Utkarsh Singh (India, 22, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

R Sonu Yadav (India, 21, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Dhruv Jurel (India, 20, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Arun Karthick (India, 35, uncapped) Rs 20 lakh

Nikhil Naik (India, 26, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Smit Patel (India, 27, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

K.L Shrijith (India, 24, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Wesley Agar (Australia, 24, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Vaibhav Arora (India, 23, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Akash Deep (India, 24, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Ben Dwarshuis (Australia, 26, uncapped): Rs 30 lakh

Ali Khan (USA, 30, associate): Rs 40 lakh

Kulwant Khejroliya (India, 29, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Arzan Nagwaswalla (India, 23, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

G Periyasamy (India, 27, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Akash Singh (India, 18, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Prithviraj Yarra (India, 23, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Noor Ahmad Lakanwal (Afghanistan, 16, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Karthik Meiyappan (UAE, 20, associate): Rs 20 lakh

Prince Balwant Rai (India, 21, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Pardeep Sahu (India, 35, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Sagar Udeshi (India, 34, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Kushaal Wadhwani (India, 24, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Akshay Wakhare (India, 35, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Fabian Allen (West Indies, 25, capped): Rs 75 lakh

Daniel Christian (Australia, 37, capped): Rs 75 lakh

Colin De Grandhomme (New Zealand, 34, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Liam Livingstone (England, 27, capped): Rs 75 lakh

Thisara Perera (Sri Lanka, 32, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Mohammad Shaifuddin (Bangladesh, 24, capped): Rs 50 lakh

David Willey (England, 31, capped): Rs 150 lakh

Ben Duckett (England, 26, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Rahmatullah Gurbaz (Afghanistan, 19, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Ben McDermott (Australia, 26, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Matthew Wade (Australia, 33, capped): Rs 100 lakh

Sean Abbott (Australia, 29, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Matt Henry (New Zealand, 29, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Chemar Holder (West Indies, 23, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Alzarri Joseph (West Indies, 24, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Obed Mccoy (West Indies, 24, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Liam Plunkett (England, 36, capped): Rs 200 lakh

Tim Southee (New Zealand, 32, capped): Rs 75 lakh

Rajesh Bishnoi (India, 33, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Abhimanyu Easwaran (India, 25, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Rohan Kadam (India, 26, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Amandeep Khare (India, 23, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Siddhesh Lad (India, 28, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Mohammed Taha (India, 27, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Tajinder Dhillon (India, 28, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Pankaj Jaiswal (India, 25, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Khrievitso Kense ((India, 17, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Prerak Mankad (India, 26, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Shams Mulani (India, 24, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Ansh Patel (India, 19, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Suyash Prabhudessai (India, 23, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Parth Sahani (India, 28, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Ankit Sharma (India, 29, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Dhruv Shorey (India, 28, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

K.S Bharat (India, 27, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Josh Inglis (Australia, 26, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Aryan Juyal (India, 19, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Sadiq Kirmani (India, 31, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Rohit Sharma (India, 27, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Sandeep Kumar Tomar (India, 22, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Stephen Cheepurupalli (India, 27, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Aniket Choudhary (India, 31, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Mukesh Choudhary (India, 24, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Nathan Ellis (Australia, 26, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Sayan Ghosh (India, 28, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Ronit More (India, 29, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

M Nidheesh (India, 29, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

M Harisankar Reddy (India, 22, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Simarjeet Singh (India, 23, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Kuldip Yadav (India, 24, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Zeeshan Ansari (India, 21, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Jon Russ Jaggesar (West Indies, 35, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Kevin Koththigoda (Sri Lanka, 22, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Tanveer Sangha (Australia, 19, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Maheesh Theekshan (Sri Lanka, 20, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Vijayakanth Viyaskanth (Sri Lanka, 19, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Lewis Gregory (England, 28, capped): Rs 150 lakh

Wanindu Hasaranga (Sri Lanka, 23, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Karim Janat (Afghanistan, 22, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Scott Kuggeleijn (New Zealand, 29, capped): Rs 50 lakh

James Neesham (New Zealand, 30, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Wayne Parnell (South Africa, 31, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Keemo Paul (West Indies, 23, capped): Rs 75 lakh

Dushmanta Chameera (Sri Lanka, 29, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Fidel Edwards (West Indies, 39, capped): Rs 75 lakh

Beuran Hendricks (South Africa, 30, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Abhimanyu Mithun (India, 31, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Reece Topley (England, 27, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Hardus Viljoen (South Africa, 32, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Neil Wagner (New Zealand, 35, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Max Bryant (Australia, 22, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Arman Jaffer (India, 22, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Saahil Jain (India, 22, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Subhranshu Senapati (India, 24, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Ravi Thakur (India, 23, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Jake Weatherald (Australia, 26, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Shubham Agrawal (India, 27, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Rajjakuddin Ahmed (India, 25, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Baba Aparajith (India, 26, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

George Garton (England, 23, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Chris Green (Australia, 23, uncapped): Rs 30 lakh

Kartik Kakade (India, 25, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Shoaib Khan (India, 29, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Dhruv Patel (India, 23, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Latest Kumar Patel (India, 20, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Arjun Tendulkar (India, 21, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Varun Choudhary (India, 27, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Prathamesh Dake (India, 30, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Baltej Dhanda (India, 30, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Brendan Doggett (Australia, 26, uncapped): Rs 40 lakh

Saurabh Dubey (India, 23, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Fazalhaq Farooqi (Afghanistan, 20, uncapped): Rs 40 lakh

Matt Kelly (Australia, 26, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Chama Milind (India, 26, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Jayden Seales (West Indies 19, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Mark Steketee (Australia, 27, uncapped): Rs 40 lakh

Tanveer Ul Haq (India, 29, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Carlos Brathwaite (West Indies, 32, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Rishi Dhawan (India, 31, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Mohammad Mahmud Ullah (Bangladesh, 35, capped): Rs 75 lakh

Andile Phehlukwayo (South Africa, 25, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Sherfane Rutherford (West Indies, 22, capped): Rs 75 lakh

Dasun Shanaka (Sri Lanka, 29, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Isuru Udana (Sri Lanka, 33, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Jacob Duffy (New Zealand, 26, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Daryn Dupavillon (South Africa, 26, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Shannon Gabriel (West Indies, 32, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Morne Morkel (South Africa, 36, capped): Rs 150 lakh

Joel Paris (Australia, 28, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Blair Tickner (New Zealand, 27, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Subodh Bhati (India, 30, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Jay Bista (India, 25, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Aamir Gani (India, 24, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Karanveer Kaushal (India, 29, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Anustup Majumdar (India, 36, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Dikshanshu Negi (India, 30, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Kshitiz Sharma (India, 30, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Shubham Singh (India, 24, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Shashank Singh (India, 29, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Milind Tandon (India, 27, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Ravi Bopara (England, 35, capped): Rs 50 lakh

George Linde (South Africa, 29, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Kyle Mayers (West Indies, 28, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Daryl Mitchell (New Zealand, 29, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Colin Munro (New Zealand, 34, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Dwaine Pretorius (South Africa, 32, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Romario Shepherd (West Indies, 26, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Sandeep Bavanaka (India, 28, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Chaitanya Bishnoi (India, 26, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Arun Chaprana (India, 27, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Yudhvir Charak (India, 23, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Ajay Dev Goud (India, 21, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Umran Malik (India, 21, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Ravi Teja Telukupalli (India, 26, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Tanay Thyagarajan (India, 25, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

N.Tilak Varma (India, 18, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

K.Bhagath Varma (India, 22, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Stuart Binny (India, 36, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Hilton Cartwright (Australia, 28, capped): Rs 75 lakh

James Faulkner (Australia, 30, capped): Rs 75 lakh

Akeal Hosein (West Indies, 27, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Parvez Rasool (India, 32, capped): Rs 50 lakh

David Wiese (South Africa, 35, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Jack Wildermuth (Australia, 27, capped): Rs 50 lakh

Arshdeep Brar (India, 27, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Digvijay Deshmukh (India, 22, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Aakarshit Gomel (India, 27, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Arijit Gupta (India, 31, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Shubhang Hegde (India, 20, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Anirudha Joshi (India, 33, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Azim Kazi (India, 27, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Rahul Singh (India, 28, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Ajay T (India, 21, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Harsh Tyagi (India, 21, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Nachiket Bhute (India, 21, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Josh Clarkson (New Zealand, 24, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Gerald Coetzee (South Africa, 20, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Tim David (Australia, 25, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Deeparaj Gaonkar (India, 23, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Aaron Hardie (Australia, 22, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Marco Jansen (South Africa, 20, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Nathan McAndrew (Australia, 27, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

M Mohammed (India, 29, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Govinda Poddar (India, 31, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Pratyush Singh (India, 26, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

Jacques Snyman (South Africa, 26, uncapped): Rs 20 lakh

With inputs from AFP

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