IPL 2021 Auction Live Streaming Details in India: Everything you need to know about when, where, and how to watch this year’s IPL auction to be held in Chennai…
The IPL auction is back. Eight teams. 61 slots. 292 players. The eight franchises will battle it out for some of the best Indian and foreign T20 cricketers as they gather together in the first IPL 2021 auction of the season. This time, it will be a mini-affair with 164 Indians, 125 foreigners, and three players from the Associate Nations. Rs 2 crore is the highest reserve price, while uncapped is priced at Rs 20 lakh – the lowest base price. There are 10 players in the two crore category including two Indians. The base price of 12 is Rs 1.5 crore which does not include any Indians as with the base price of Rs 75 lakh where all 15 players are from overseas. However, there are two Indians in the Rs 1 crore category while 9 are foreigners. There are 65 cricketers at the base price of Rs 50 lakh, out of which 13 are from India. The likes of Glenn Maxwell, Maranus Labuschagne, Steve Smith, Moin Ali, Sam Billings, Jason, Roy, Arjun Tendulkar, etc. are among those to watch out for.
When is the IPL 2021 auction?
The Indian Premier League 2021 auction will be held on Thursday 18 February.
What are the IPL 2021 auction times?
The IPL 2021 auction is scheduled to begin at 3:00 PM IST.
Where is the IPL 2021 auction being held?
The IPL 2021 auction will be held in Chennai this year.
Which TV channel will broadcast the IPL 2021 auction live?
The IPL 2021 auction can be viewed on the Star Sports Network.
Where can you stay in the IPL 2021 auction?
The IPL 2021 auction can be streamed live + on Disney + Hotstar.
How many players will go under the hammer in the IPL 2021 auction?
A total of 292 cricketers were chosen from 1114 players who had initially registered for the IPL 2021 auction.
How many slots are available to fill teams in IPL 2021 auction?
A total of 61 slots can be filled in the IPL 2021 auction.
How many teams are going to bid for players in IPL 2021 auction?
All eight franchises including Mumbai Indians, Chennai Super Kings, Kings XI Punjab, Rajasthan Royals, Kolkata Knight Riders, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Sunrisers Hyderabad and Delhi Capital will bid for the players in the IPL auction on Thursday.