Mumbai, Mar 6 (UNI) The DLF Indian Premier League will be holding its second players' auction here on March 11, where players who were not part of the first auction will be offered for bidding to the eight franchisees.
It is likely that some English players who do not have central contracts with the ECB will be involved, though a franchise representative said the teams were yet to get a list of players up for auction.
There have been reports suggesting a keen interest in the IPL among English players, who have so far been excluded from the tournament because of the seasons overlap.
The auction falls within the scope of the DLF IPL's rules, which specify that ''if more than one franchise is interested in a particular player, a further auction might be held to determine which franchise will sign that player.'' UNI GS GR AB HS1822