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Vivo IPL Player Auction 2020: 338 players to go under hammer


Team Udayavani, Dec 19, 2019, 2:42 PM IST

Kolkata: As another edition of the Indian Premier League is around the corner, here is a sneak peek into the list of the slots available in each team and the fund remaining to spend on the table.

All the eight teams have a total of 207.65 crores remaining in their purse. While Chennai Super Kings have only 5 slots available, Kings XI Punjab, Kolkata Knight Riders, and Rajasthan Royals have 11 each.

Out of a total of 997 players registered for the 2020 VIVO IPL Player Auction, 338 were shortlisted as requested by the 8 IPL franchises keeping in mind the top performers in the domestic and international circuit.

A total of 190 Indian players, 145 overseas players & 3 players from Associate Nations have been added to the list.

Here is the list of funds remaining in each team.

The auction will be held in Kolkata on December 19 and Hugh Edmeades will be the auctioneer for the event.

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