IPL Auction: All the Sold and unsold players so far

The first session of the IPL auction has been a strangely mixed bag. Ponting and Clarke, who were widely expected to be the star draws of the auction each only fetched base price. A number of players (mostly wicket keepers!) went unsold. And the highest bid so far has been for Glen Maxwell who was snapped up for a cool million dollars by the Mumbai Indians.



Here is a list of the sold and unsold:

Sold players/Teams:

Delhi Daredevils: Johan Botha ($450,000) and Jesse Ryder ($260,000)

Chennai Super Kings: Dirk Nannes ($600,00)

Kings XI Punjab: Luke Pomersbach ($300,000)

Mumbai Indians: Glenn Maxwell ($1,000,000), Ricky Ponting ($400,000), Philip Hughes ($100,000)

Pune Warriors: Abhishek Nayar ($675,000), Michael Clarke ($400,000) Ajantha Mendis ($725,000)

Rajasthan Royals: James Faulkner ($400,000) Fidel Edwards ($210,000)

Royal Challengers Bangalore: Rudra Pratap Singh ($400,000), Moises Henriques ($300,000) Jaydev Unadkat ($525,000), Ravi Rampaul ($290,000) Pankaj Singh ($150,000)

Sunrisers Hyderabad: Thisara Perera ($675,000), Darren Sammy ($425,000) Sudeep Tyagi ($100,000), Nathan McCullum ($100,000)

Unsold players:

Doug Bollinger
Aaron Finch
Matthew Wade
Matt Prior
Herschelle Gibbs
Daniel Christian
James Hopes
Adam Voges
Ravi Bopara
Martin Guptill
Dinesh Chandimal
Upul Tharanga
Darren Bravo
Tim Paine
Prasanna Jayawardena
Denesh Ramdin
Dane Vilas
Quinton De Kock
Kusal Janith Perera
Kaushal Silva

Updated Date: Feb 03, 2013 13:32 PM

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