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Indian Premier League (IPL) 2014 at a glance:
Chennai Super Kings
Players retained: (5) - R Ashwin, MS Dhoni, S Raina, Dwayne Bravo, Ravindra Jadeja; Money left: Rs 21cr; Right to Match: 1
Players retained: (0); Money left: Rs 60cr, Right to Match: 3
Kings XI Punjab
Players retained: (2) - David Miller, Manan Vohra; Money left: Rs 43.5cr; Right to Match: 2
Kolkata Knight Riders
Players retained: (2) - Gautam Gambhir, Sunil Narine; Money left: Rs 38cr; Right to Match: 2
Players retained: (5) - L Malinga, Harbhajan Singh, K Pollard, A Rayudu, Rohit Sharma; Money left: Rs 21cr; Right to Match: 1
Players retained: (5) - S Binny, A Rahane, S Samson, S Watson, J Faulkner; Money left: Rs 22.5cr; Right to Match: 1
Royal Challengers Bangalore
Players retained: (3) - AB de Villers, C Gayle, V Kohli; Money left: Rs 30.5cr; Right to Match: 1
Players retained: (2) - S Dhawan, D Steyn; Money left: Rs 38cr; Right to Match: 2
'Right to Match' allows a team to match the bid for one of their players (part of the squad in 2013) bought by another team. If a team uses its Right to Match, it will get the player and no more bidding will be allowed.
2014 rules in brief
* Minimum strength of each squad no less than 18 and maximum 27 of which up to nine can be overseas
* No more than four overseas players in the XI for any match
* A team must spend a minimum of Rs 36 crore at the auction.
* The salary cap is Rs 60 crore for a team in IPL 7.
* A franchise may retain no more than four capped Indian players through a combination of player retention and Right to Match cards.