IPL 2023: From Mumbai to Chennai, see in 10 graphics how the next season can be playing-11 of 10 teams

All the teams are now ready for the next season. In the auction, all the 10 franchises added several star players to their squads to complete their respective squads. A total of Rs 167 crore was spent for this. Out of 405 players, 80 players were sold in the auction, out of which 29 were foreign players.

England’s Sam Karan became the most expensive player in IPL history while creating history. He was bought by Punjab Kings for Rs 18.5 crore. Whereas, Mayank Agarwal was the highest paid player from India. He was bought by Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs 8.25 crore.

Shivam Mavi was the highest paid uncapped player with Rs 6 crore. Gujarat Titans included him in their team. Now all the teams have almost prepared their playing-11. We are telling you through the possible playing-11 10 graphics of all 10 teams…

  • Total Players: 25
  • Foreign players: 8
  • Buys in this auction: 7
  • Retained: 18

Chennai Super Kings bought the most expensive player in this auction as England all-rounder Ben Stokes. He can become an important part of Chennai team management. Along with this, he can also be given the responsibility of captaining the team. This is believed to be the last IPL of Mahendra Singh Dhoni. In such a situation, Stokes can play an important role. Also, Jameson can play an important role in the team.

Buy at auction: Ben Stokes (Overseas all-rounder) Rs 16.25 crore, Kyle Jamieson (Overseas bowler) Rs 1 crore, Nishant Sindhu (Indian all-rounder) Rs 60 lakh, Ajinkya Rahane (Indian batsman) Rs 50 lakh, Bhagat Verma (Indian all-rounder) Rs 20 lakh, Ajay Mandal (Indian all-rounder) Rs 20 lakh, Sheikh Rashid (Indian batsman) Rs 20 lakh.

Retained players: MS Dhoni, Ambati Rayudu, Deepak Chahar, Devon Conway, Dwayne Pretorius, Mahesh Tikshna, Mathisha Pathirana, Mitchell Santner, Moeen Ali, Mukesh Chowdhary, Prashant Solanki, Rajvardhan Hungarekar, Ravindra Jadeja, Rituraj Gaikwad, Shivam Dubey, Simarjit Singh, Subhranshu Senapati Tushar Deshpande.

  • Total Players: 25
  • Foreign players: 8
  • Buy in this auction: 5
  • Retained: 20

Delhi looked to further strengthen their batting order in the auction. Also increased their options in fast bowling by buying an Indian bowler. The team looks balanced after the auction. In such a situation, it has to be seen that along with coach Ricky Ponting and captain Rishabh Pant, the team management expresses confidence in the playing-11. Riley Russo can prove to be a good option for the team in the middle order.

Buy at auction: Mukesh Kumar (Indian bowler) Rs 5.50 crore, Riley Russo (foreign batsman) Rs 4.60 crore, Manish Pandey (Indian batsman) Rs 2.40 crore, Phil Salt (foreign wicketkeeper) Rs 2 crore, Ishant Sharma (Indian bowler) Rs 50 lakh

Retained players: Aman Khan, Enrich Nortje, Akshar Patel, Chetan Sakaria, David Warner, Kamlesh Nagerkoti, Kuldeep Yadav, Lalit Yadav, Lungi Ngidi, Mitchell Marsh, Mustafizur Rahman, Praveen Dubey, Prithvi Shaw, Ripple Patel, Rishabh Pant, Rovman Powell, Sarfaraz Khan , Khalil Ahmed, Vicky Ostwal, Yash Dhul.

  • Total Players: 25
  • Foreign players: 8
  • Buys in this auction: 7
  • Retained: 18

The team of defending champions Gujarat Titans showed smartness in this auction. Along with finding an alternative to Wriddhiman Saha in the opening, he also included a great wicketkeeper in his team. Also included a promising young fast bowler in the form of Shivam Mavi after trading Loki Ferguson. The team has everything it takes to become champions again.

Buy at auction: Shivam Mavi (Indian bowler) Rs 6 crore, Joshua Little (foreign bowler) Rs 4.40 crore, Kane Williamson (foreign batsman) Rs 2 crore, KS Bharat (Indian wicketkeeper) Rs 1 crore, Rs 20 lakh, Mohit Sharma (Indian bowler) Rs 50 lakh, Odion Smith (Overseas all-rounder) Rs 50 lakh, Urvil Patel (Indian wicketkeeper) Rs 20 lakh.

Retained players: Hardik Pandya, Abhinav Sadarangani, Alzarri Joseph, B. Sai Sudarshan, Darshan Nalkande, David Miller, Jayant Yadav, Matthew Wade, Mohammed Shami, Noor Ahmed, Pradeep Sangwan, R Sai Kishore, Rahul Tewatia, Rashid Khan, Shubman Gill, Vijay Shankar, Wriddhiman Saha, Yash Dayal.

  • Total Players: 22
  • Foreign players: 8
  • Buy in this auction: 8
  • Retained: 14

Kolkata Knight Riders did not show any interest in the initial phase of the auction. Finally, during the accelerated auction, they bought two great players in the form of David Weiss and Shakib Al Hasan at low prices.

Buy at auction: Shakib Al Hasan (Overseas all-rounder) Rs 1.50 crore, David Weiss (Overseas all-rounder) Rs 1 crore, N Jagadishan (Indian wicketkeeper) Rs 90 lakh, Vaibhav Arora (Indian bowler) Rs 60 lakh, Mandeep Singh (Indian batsman) 50,00,000 Rs.Liton Das (Foreign Wicketkeeper) Rs.50 Lakhs, Kulwant Khejroliya (Indian Bowler) Rs.20 Lakhs, Suyash Sharma (Indian Bowler) Rs.20 Lakhs.

Retained players: Shreyas Iyer, Andre Russell, Anukul Roy, Harshit Rana, Lockie Ferguson, Nitish Rana, Rahmanullah Gurbaj, Rinku Singh, Shardul Thakur, Sunil Narine, Tim Southee, Umesh Yadav, Varun Chakraborty, Venkatesh Iyer.

  • Total Players: 25
  • Foreign players: 8
  • Buy in this auction: 10
  • Retained: 15

Lucknow Supergiants have added 10 more players for IPL 2023. However, buying Nicholas Pooran for Rs 16 crore was the most surprising decision of the team. Pooran was not in much form last season and he holds the record for most dismissals. It has to be seen how his performance is this time. The Lucknow team had fetched a total of Rs 23.35 crore in the auction and spent Rs 16 crore on Pooran.

Buy at auction: Nicholas Pooran (Overseas wicketkeeper) Rs 16 crore, Daniel Symes (Overseas all-rounder) Rs 75 lakh, Amit Mishra (Indian bowler) Rs 50 lakh, Romario Shepherd (Overseas all-rounder) Rs 50 lakh, Naveen-ul-Haq (Overseas bowler) Rs 50 lakh , Jaydev Unadkat (Indian bowler) Rs 50 lakh, Yash Thakur (Indian bowler) Rs 45 lakh, Swapnil Singh (Indian all-rounder) Rs 20 lakh, Yudhveer Charak (Indian all-rounder) Rs 20 lakh, Prerak Mankad (Indian all-rounder) 20 lakh rupees

Retained players: KL Rahul, Avesh Khan, Ayush Badoni, Deepak Hooda, Krishnappa Gautam, Karan Sharma, Krunal Pandya, Kyle Mayers, Manan Vohra, Marcus Stoinis, Mark Wood, Mayank Yadav, Mohsin Khan, Quinton Dickock, Ravi Bishnoi.

  • Total Players: 24
  • Foreign players: 8
  • Buy in this auction: 8
  • Retained: 16

Mumbai focused entirely on finding a good spinner and replacement for Kieron Pollard in this auction. In the auction, the Mumbai team landed with an amount of 20.55 crores. Mumbai found Pollard’s replacement by buying Australian explosive all-rounder Cameron Green. At the same time, by buying Piyush Chawla and Shams Mulani, Mumbai also fulfilled the needs of spinners. The Mumbai team for IPL 2023 is looking very strong.

Buy at auction: Cameron Green (Overseas all-rounder) Rs 17.50 crore, J Richardson (Overseas bowler) Rs 1.50 crore, Piyush Chawla (Indian bowler) Rs 50 lakh, Nehal Wadhera (Indian all-rounder) Rs 20 lakh, Raghav Goel (Indian bowler) Rs 20 lakh, Vishnu Vinod (Indian wicketkeeper) Rs 20 lakh, Duane Yansen (foreign all-rounder) Rs 20 lakh, Shams Mulani (Indian all-rounder) Rs 20 lakh.

Retained players: Rohit Sharma, Arjun Tendulkar, Dewald Brevis, Hrithik Shokeen, Ishaan Kishan, Jason Behrendorff, Jaspreet Bumrah, Jofra Archer, Kumar Kartikeya Singh, Mohd. Arshad Khan, Tilak Verma, Ramandeep Singh, Suryakumar Yadav, Tim David, Tristan Stubbs.

  • Total Players: 22
  • Foreign players: 7
  • Buy in this auction: 6
  • Retained: 16

The Punjab team bought a total of six players in this mega auction. Punjab spent the maximum 18.50 crores on Sam Karan. With this, Sam Karan became the most expensive player in IPL history. Apart from this, this team also included Sikandar Raza, Harpreet Singh Bhatia, Vidwat Kaverappa, Mohit Rathi and Shivam Singh in their team. Punjab spent Rs 20 crore in the mini auction, but spent Rs 18.50 crore on a single player.

Players bought: Sam Karan (Foreign All-Rounder) Rs 18.50 Crore, Sikandar Raza (Foreign All-Rounder) Rs 50 Lakh, Harpreet Bhatia (Indian Batsman) Rs 40 Lakh, Shivam Singh (Indian All-Rounder) Rs 20 Lakh, Vidwat Kaverappa (Indian Bowler) Rs 20 Lakh, Mohit Rathi (Indian all-rounder) Rs 20 lakh.

Retained players: Shikhar Dhawan, Shah Rukh Khan, Rahul Chahar, Arshdeep Singh, Harpreet Brar, Raj Angad Bawa, Prabhsimran Singh, Rishi Dhawan, Jitesh Sharma, Baltej Singh Dhanda, Atharva Tayde, Liam Livingstone, Kagiso Rabada, Johnny Bairstow, Nathan Ellis, Bhanuka Rajapaksa.

  • Total Players: 25
  • Foreign players: 8
  • Buys in this auction: 9
  • Retained: 16

Rajasthan Royals did not show much interest in the auction this year. He bid on some players in the initial few rounds, but did not stick around to buy them. Rajasthan had a total of nine slots vacant and the franchise bought nine players. Six of these players were bought by Rajasthan in the last round. Of the nine bought, three are foreign players. Rajasthan bought an all-rounder in the form of Jason Holder. At the same time, the team bought two wicketkeeper batsmen.

Buy at auction: Jason Holder (Foreign all-rounder) Rs 5.75 crore, Adam Zampa (Foreign bowler) Rs 1.50 crore, Joe Root (Foreign batsman) Rs 1 crore, Donovan Ferreira (Foreign wicketkeeper) Rs 50 lakh, KM Asif (Indian bowler) Rs 30 lakh , Abdul PA (Indian all-rounder) Rs 20 lakh, Akash Vashisht (Indian all-rounder) Rs 20 lakh, Kunal Rathod (Indian wicket-keeper) Rs 20 lakh, Murugan Ashwin (Indian bowler) Rs 20 lakh.

Retained players: Devdutt Padikkal, Dhruv Jurel, Jos Buttler, KC Cariappa, Kuldeep Sen, Kuldeep Yadav, Navdeep Saini, Obed McCoy, Famous Krishna, R. Ashwin, Riyan Parag, Sanju Samson, Shimron Hetmyer, Trent Boult, Yashasvi Jaiswal, Yuzvendra Chahal.

  • Total Players: 25
  • Foreign players: 8
  • Buys in this auction: 7
  • Retained: 18

Royal Challengers Bangalore bought seven players in this auction. Among them are two foreign players in the form of Will Jacques and Reece Topley. Rest five are Indian players. In this auction, RCB did not show much interest and bid on some selected players. RCB’s team looks very balanced on paper.

Buy at auction: Will Jacks (Overseas Batsman) Rs 3.20 Crore, Reece Topley (Foreign Bowler) Rs 1.90 Crore, Rajan Kumar (Indian Bowler) Rs 70 Lakh, Avinash Singh (Indian Bowler) Rs 60 Lakh, Sonu Yadav (Indian All-rounder) Rs 20 Lakh, Himanshu Sharma (Indian bowler) Rs 20 lakh, Manoj Bhandage (Indian all-rounder) Rs 20 lakh.

Retained players: Akash Deep, Anuj Rawat, David Willey, Dinesh Karthik, Faf Duplessis, Finn Allen, Glenn Maxwell, Harshal Patel, Josh Hazlewood, Karn Sharma, Mahipal Lomror, Mohammad Siraj, Rajat Patidar, Shahbaz Ahmed, Siddharth Kaul, Suyyash Prabhudesai, Virat Kohli , Vanindu Hasaranga.

  • Total Players: 25
  • Foreign players: 8
  • Buys in this auction: 13
  • Retained: 12

Sunrisers Hyderabad bought 13 players in the auction. Hyderabad spent the most money for England’s Harry Brook. The franchise bought Brook for Rs 13.25 crore. At the same time, Hyderabad spent Rs 8.25 crore for former Punjab Kings captain Mayank Agarwal. Sunrisers also dropped their skipper Kane Williamson ahead of the auction. In such a situation, one of Mayank, Bhuvneshwar Kumar or Aiden Markram can be the new captain of the team. Apart from this, the team did not have any leg-spinning. So the team also bought two leg-spinners in the form of Adil Rashid and Mayank Markandeya.

Buy at auction: Harry Brook (Foreign Batsman) Rs 13.25 Crore, Mayank Agarwal (Indian Batsman) Rs 8.25 Crore, Heinrich Klaasen (Foreign Wicketkeeper) Rs 5.25 Crore, Vivrant Sharma (Indian All-Rounder) Rs 2.60 Crore, Adil Rashid (Foreign Bowler) Rs 2 Crore, Mayank Dagar (Indian all-rounder) Rs 1.80 crore, Akil Hussain (foreign bowler) Rs 1 crore, Mayank Markandey (Indian bowler) Rs 50 lakh, Upendra Singh Yadav (Indian wicket-keeper) Rs 25 lakh, Sanveer Singh (Indian all-rounder) Rs 20 lakh , Anmolpreet Singh (Indian batsman) Rs 20 lakh, Samarth Vyas (Indian all-rounder) Rs 20 lakh, Nitish Kumar Reddy (Indian wicketkeeper) Rs 20 lakh.

Retained players: Abdul Samad, Abhishek Sharma, Aiden Markram, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Fazalhaq Farooqui, Glenn Phillips, Karthik Tyagi, Marco Jansen, Rahul Tripathi, T Natarajan, Umran Malik, Washington Sundar.

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