IPL auction 2019: 971 players to go under the hammer on December 19

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Published: December 2, 2019 8:18:20 PM

With the IPL Player Registration closed on November 30, franchises will now have time till December 9 evening to submit their shortlist of players that will make up the final Player Auction list.

There are 215 capped players, 754 uncapped and two cricketers from Associate Nation, who will compete for the available 73 spots. (File image)There are 215 capped players, 754 uncapped and two cricketers from Associate Nation, who will compete for the available 73 spots. (File image)

As many as 971 cricketers, including 713 Indians and 258 overseas players, will be up for grabs at the IPL players’ auction scheduled to be held in Kolkata on December 19.

There are 215 capped players, 754 uncapped and two cricketers from Associate Nation, who will compete for the available 73 spots.

With the IPL Player Registration closed on November 30, franchises will now have time till December 9 evening to submit their shortlist of players that will make up the final Player Auction list.

Among the registered players, 19 are capped Indians, 634 uncapped Indians, 60 are uncapped Indians who have played at least one IPL match, 196 cricketers are capped Internationals, 60 uncapped Internationals and two are from Associate Nations.

Hugh Edmeades will once again set the balls rolling on the dais during the auction which will see cricketers from Afghanistan (19), Australia (55), Bangladesh (6), England (22), Netherlands (1), New Zealand (24), South Africa (54), Sri Lanka (39), USA (1), West Indies (34) and Zimbabwe (3) going under the hammer.

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