IPL 2016 Players Auction: Full list of cricketers sold

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Bengaluru, Feb 6: Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh, who attracted a record price of Rs 16 crore at last year's Indian Premier League (IPL) Players Auction, this time went for Rs 7 crore to Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH). (Final list of squads after auction)

Updates of IPL 2016 Auction; List of players retained

The IPL 2016 Players Auction, which was held today (February 6) in Bengaluru, saw Australian all-rounder Shane Watson winning the maximum bid. He was bought by Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) for Rs 9.5 crore. Uncapped Indian all-rounder Pawan Negi was the surprise getting Rs 8.5 crore from Delhi Daredevils.  (Full list of players for auction)

Shane Watson

Here is the final list of players sold - 94 (66 Indians, 28 overseas) - 41 capped players, 53 uncapped

Country-wise players - India (capped) 15; India (uncapped) 51; Australia 13; South Africa 4; West Indies 4; England 3; New Zealand 2; Sri Lanka 1; Bangladesh 1

Total amount spent in auction - Rs 136 crore

Currency - Indian Rupees. For US Dollars conversion check here

US dollars 1 million = Rs 6.7 crore

Dollars conversion approximate (As on today - February 6, 2016) - 1 Rupee = $ 67.88


Squad strengths after the auction and money left

Delhi Daredevils: 27 (9 overseas). Funds remaining - ₹ 6.15 crore ($ 906,000)

Gujarat Lions: 24 (7). Funds remaining - ₹ 10.35 crore ($ 1.52 million)

Kings XI Punjab: 22 (7). Funds remaining - ₹ 12.45 crore ($ 1.83 million)

Kolkata Knight Riders: 22 (9). Funds remaining - ₹ 12.25 crore ($ 1.8 million)

Mumbai Indians: 26 (8). Funds remaining - ₹ 1.305 crore ($ 192,000)

Rising Pune Supergiants: 23 (7). Funds remaining - ₹ 5.20 crore ($ 766,000)

Royal Challengers Bangalore: 25 (9). Funds remaining - ₹ 6.175 crore ($ 909,000)

Sunrisers Hyderabad: 25 (7). Funds remaining - ₹ 8.4 crore ($ 1.2 million)


Costliest players at auction (Top 10)

  1. Shane Watson (Bangalore) - Rs  9.5 crore
  2. Pawan Negi (Delhi) - Rs 8.5 crore
  3. Yuvraj Singh (Hyderabad) - Rs 7 crore
  4. Chris Morris (Delhi) - Rs 7 crore
  5. Mohit Sharma (Punjab) - Rs 6.5 crore
  6. Ashish Nehra (Hyderabad) - Rs 5.5 crore
  7. Mitchell Marsh (Pune) - Rs 4.8 crore
  8. M Ashwin (Pune) - Rs 4.5 crore
  9. Sanju Samson - Rs 4.2 crore
  10. Carlos Brathwaite - Rs 4.2 crore, Deepak Hooda (Hyderabad) - Rs 4.2 crore

Marquee Players - 8

  1. Kevin Pietersen (England) - Rs 3.5 crore ($ 515,000) to Rising Pune Supergiants
  2. Dwayne Smith (West Indies) - Rs 2.3 crore ($ 388,000) to Gujarat Lions
  3. Ishant Sharma - Rs 3.8 crore ($ 559,000) to Pune
  4. Shane Watson (Australia) - Rs 9.5 crore ($ 1.39 million) to Royal Challengers Bangalore
  5. Ashish Nehra - Rs 5.5 crore ($ 810,000) to Sunrisers Hyderabad
  6. Yuvraj Singh - Rs 7 crore ($1.3 m) to Hyderabad
  7. Dale Steyn (South Africa) - Rs 2.3 crore ($ 388,000) to Gujarat
  8. Aaron Finch (Australia) - Rs 1 crore ($ 147,000) to Gujarat 

Wicketkeepers - 4

  1. Sanju Samson - Rs 4.2 crore ($ 618,000) to Delhi
  2. Jos Buttler (England) - Rs 3.8 crore ($ 559,000) to Mumbai
  3. Dinesh Karthik - Rs 2.3 crore ($ 338,000) to Gujarat 
  4. Sam Billings - Rs 30 lakh ($ 44,000) to Delhi

Uncapped wicketkeepers - 7

  1. Ishan Kishan - Rs 35 lakh ($ 515,000) to Gujarat
  2. Rishabh Pant - Rs 1.9 crore ($ 279,000) to Delhi
  3. Eklavya Dwivedi - Rs 1 crore ($ 147,000) to Gujarat
  4. Aditya Tare - Rs 1.2 crore ($ 176,000) to Hyderabad 
  5. Ankush Bains - Rs 10 lakh ($ 14,700) to Pune 
  6. Jitesh Sharma - Rs 10 lakh ($ 14,700) to Mumbai 
  7. Peter Handscomb (Australia) - Rs 30 lakh ($ 44,000) to Pune 

All-rounders - 12

  1. Irfan Pathan - Rs 1 crore ($ 147,000) to Pune
  2. Chris Morris (South Africa) - Rs 7 crore ($1.3 m) to Delhi
  3. Colin Munro (New Zealand) - Rs 30 lakh ($ 44,000) to Kolkata
  4. Stuart Binny - Rs 2 crore ($ 294,000) to Bangalore
  5. Mitchell Marsh (Australia) - Rs 4.8 crore ($ 707,000) to Pune
  6. Carlos Brathwaite (West Indies) - Rs 4.2 ($ 618,000) crore to Delhi
  7. Marcus Stoinis (Australia) - Rs 55 lakh ($ 81,000) to Punjab 
  8. Jason Holder (West Indies) - Rs 70 lakh ($ 103,000) to Kolkata
  9. Thisara Perera (Sri Lanka) - Rs 1 crore ($ 147,000) to Pune 
  10. Ben Cutting (Australia) - Rs 50 lakh ($ 73,000) to Hyderabad 
  11. Andrew Tye (Australia) - Rs 50 lakh ($ 73,000) to Gujarat 
  12. Farhaan Behardien (South Africa) - Rs 30 lakh ($ 44,000) to Punjab 

Uncapped all-rounders - 25

  1. Iqbal Abdulla - Rs 10 lakh ($ 14,700) to Bangalore 
  2. Deepak Hooda - Rs 4.2 crore ($ 618,000) to Hyderabad
  3. Ankit Sharma - Rs 10 lakh ($ 14,700) to Pune 
  4. Pawan Negi - Rs 8.5 crore ($ 1.25 million) to Delhi 
  5. Rajat Bhatia - Rs 60 lakh ($ 88,300) to Pune 
  6. Pradeep Sangwan - Rs 20 lakh ($ 29,000) to Gujarat 
  7. R Sathish - Rs 20 lakh ($ 29,000) to Kolkata
  8. Praveen Dubey - Rs 35 lakh ($ 51,500) to Bangalore 
  9. Shadab Jakati - Rs 20 lakh ($ 29,000) to Gujarat
  10. Vijay Shanker - Rs 35 lakh ($ 51,500) to Hyderabad
  11. Baba Aparajith - Rs 10 lakh ($ 14,700) to Pune
  12. Akshdeep Nath - Rs 10 lakh ($ 14,700) to Gujarat 
  13. Akshay Karnekar - Rs 10 lakh ($ 14,700) to Bangalore
  14. Manan Ajay Sharma - Rs 10 lakh ($ 14,700) to Kolkata 
  15. Deepak Chahar - Rs 10 lakh ($ 14,700) to Pune
  16. Kishore Pramod Kamath - Rs 1.4 crore ($ 206,000) to Mumbai 
  17. Pradeep Sahu - Rs 10 lakh ($ 14,700) to Punjab 
  18. Krunal Pandya - Rs 2 crore ($ 294,000) to Mumbai
  19. Deepak Punia - Rs 10 lakh ($ 14,700) to Mumbai
  20. Swapnil Singh - Rs 10 lakh ($ 14,700) to Punjab
  21. Syed Khaleel Ahmed - Rs 10 lakh ($ 14,700) to Delhi
  22. Jaydev Shah - Rs 20 lakh ($ 29,000) to Gujarat
  23. Pratyush Singh - Rs 20 lakh ($ 29,000) to Delhi 
  24. Akhil Herwadkar - Rs 10 lakh ($ 14,700) to Delhi 
  25. Mahipal Lomror - Rs 10 lakh ($ 14,700) to Delhi 

Fast bowlers - 15

  1. Dhawal Kulkarni - Rs 2 crore ($ 294,000) to Gujarat
  2. John Hastings (Australia) - Rs 1.3 crore ($ 191,000) to Kolkata
  3. Praveen Kumar - Rs 3.5 crore ($ 515,000) to Gujarat
  4. Tim Southee - Rs 2.5 crore ($ 368,000) to Mumbai
  5. Mohit Sharma - Rs 6.5 crore ($ 957,000) to Punjab
  6. Mustafizur Rahman (Bangladesh) - Rs 1.4 crore ($ 206,000) to Hyderabad
  7. Jaydev Unadkat - Rs 1.6 crore ($ 235,000) to Kolkata
  8. Kyle Abbott (South Africa) - Rs 2.1 crore ($ 309,000) to Punjab
  9. Barinder Sran - Rs 1.2 crore ($ 176,000) to Hyderabad
  10. Abhimanyu Mithun - Rs 30 lakh ($44,000) to Hyderabad
  11. RP Singh - Rs 30 lakh ($ 44,000) to Hyderabad 
  12. Ashok Dinda - Rs 50 lakh ($ 73,000) to Pune
  13. Kane Richardson (Australia) - Rs 2 crore ($ 294,000) to Bangalore
  14. Joel Paris (Australia) - Rs 30 lakh ($ 44,000) to Delhi
  15. Scott Boland (Australia) - Rs 50 lakh ($ 73,000) to Pune 

Uncapped fast bowlers - 9

  1. Nathu Singh - Rs 3.2 crore ($ 471,000) to Mumbai
  2. Ishar Pandey - Rs 20 lakh ($ 29,000) to Pune
  3. Ankit Rajpoot - Rs 1.5 crore ($ 230,000) to Kolkata 
  4. Vikramjeet Malik - Rs 20 lakh ($ 29,000) to Bangalore
  5. Pawan Suyal - Rs 10 lakh ($ 14,700) to Delhi 
  6. Amit Mishra - Rs 10 lakh ($ 14,700) to Gujarat
  7. Jaskaran Singh - Rs 10 lakh ($ 14,700) to Pune
  8. Chama Milind - Rs 10 lakh ($ 14,700) to Delhi
  9. Vikas Tokas - Rs 10 lakh ($ 14,700) to Bangalore

Spinners - 2

  1. Samuel Badree (West Indies) - Rs 50 lakh ($ 73,000) to Bangalore 
  2. Adam Zampa (Australia) - Rs 30 lakh ($ 44,000) to Pune 

Uncapped spinners - 5

  1. Pravin Tambe - Rs 20 lakh ($ 29,000) to Gujarat
  2. Shivil Kaushik - Rs 10 lakh ($ 14,700) to Gujarat
  3. Sarabjeet Ladda - Rs 10 lakh ($ 14,700) to Gujarat 
  4. M Ashwin - Rs 4.5 crore ($ 662,000) to Pune 
  5. KC Cariappa - Rs 80 lakh ($ 117,000) to Punjab 

Batsmen - 3

  1. Travis Head (Australia) - Rs 50 lakh ($ 73,000) to Bangalore
  2. Sachin Baby - Rs 10 lakh ($ 14,700) to Bangalore
  3. Karun Nair - Rs 4 crore ($ 589,000) to Delhi 

Uncapped batsmen - 4

  1. T Suman - Rs 10 lakh ($ 14,700) to Hyderabad
  2. Umang Sharma - Rs 10 lakh ($ 14,700) to Gujarat
  3. Armaan Jaffer - Rs 10 lakh ($ 14,700) to Punjab 
  4. Paras Dogra - Rs 10 lakh ($ 14,700) to Gujarat

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