IPL Auction 2023 Results

The ten franchises have bolstered their squads during the recent IPL mini-auction that was held on Friday, December 23, in Kochi. IPL 2023 full squads after the mini-auction are placed here.

The Mumbai Indians made the second-highest purchase in this year’s auction by purchasing Australian all-rounder Cameroon Green for Rs 17.5 crore. MS Dhoni’s team Chennai Super Kings made the 3rd highest purchase in this year’s auction by purchasing England Test skipper Ben Stokes for Rs 16.25 crore from CSK.  Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib-Al-Hasan was snapped by Kolkata Knight Riders in the auction.  Sunrisers Hyderabad’s focus on bowlers at auctions may have resulted in a recurrence of an old weakness: a shortage of big names in the batting lineup. SRH purchased England’s latest batting sensation, Harry Brook, for Rs 13.25 crore. Another notable purchase by the franchise was former Punjab Kings captain Mayank Agarwal for 8.25 crores. Sanju Samson’s team Rajasthan Royals went for Jason Holder for Rs 5.75 crore. Punjab Kings, who had been mocked for failing at auctions and overspending on the wrong players for so long have again for the biggest purchase this year. They bought England’s all-rounder Sam Curran for a whopping Rs 18.5 crore making him the most expensive player ever in the history of the IPL Auction. Few teams can match their hitting depth or plethora of power hitters. The presence of Shikhar Dhawan in the top order compensates for the loss of KL Rahul. In addition, Punjab has two of the most dangerous batsmen in Jonny Bairstow and Liam Livingstone. The defending champions Lucknow Super Giants arrived at the auction looking like one of the best-prepared teams. Overall, they appear to have covered all bases. They purchased West Indies’ Nicholas Pooran for 16 crores making him the most expensive wicketkeeper ever. Gujarat Titans purchased the former SRH captain Kane Williamson.

View IPL 2023 Squad of All Teams

IPL 2023 Auction Live Results

PLAYERS COUNTRY TEAM BASE PRICE SOLD FOR
Kane Williamson New Zealand GT 2 crore 2 crore
Harry Brook England SRH 1.5 crore 13.25 crore
Mayank Agarwal India SRH 1 crore 8.25 crore
Ajinkya Rahane India CSK 50 lakh 50 lakh
Sam Curran England PBKS 2 crore 18.50 crore
Odean Smith West Indies GT 50 lakh 50 lakh
Sikandar Raza Zimbabwe PBKS 50 lakh 50 lakh
Jason Holder West Indies RR 2 crore 5.75 crore
Cameron Green Australia MI 2 crore 17.50 crore
Ben Stokes England CSK 2 crore 16.25 crore
Nicholas Pooran West Indies LSG 2 crore 16 crore
Heinrich Klaasen Sourth Africa SRH 1 crore 5.25 crore
Phil Salt England DC 2 crore 2 crore
Reece Topley England RCB 75 lakh 1.90 crore
Jaydev Unadkat India LSG 50 lakh 50 lakh
Jhye Richardson Australia MI 1.5 crore 1.50 crore
Ishant Sharma India DC 50 lakh 50 lakh
Adil Rashid England SRH 2 crore 2 crore
Mayank Markande India SRH 50 lakh 50 lakh
Shaik Rasheed India CSK 20 lakh 20 lakh
Vivrant Sharma India SRH 20 lakh 2.6 crore
Samarth Vyas India SRH 20 lakh 20 lakh
Sanvir Singh India SRH 20 lakh 20 lakh
Nishant Sindhu India CSK 20 lakh 60 lakh
N Jagadeesan India KKR 20 lakh 90 lakh
KS Bharat India GT 20 lakh 1.20 crore
Upendra Singh Yadav India SRH 20 lakh 25 lakh
Vaibhav Arora India KKR 20 lakh 60 lakh
Yash Thakur India LSG 20 lakh 45 lakh
Shivam Mavi India GT 40 lakh 6 crore
Mukesh Kumar India DC 20 lakh 5.50 crore
Himanshu Sharma India RCB 20 lakh 20 lakh
Manish Pandey India DC 1 crore 2.40 crore
Will Jacks England RCB 1.5 crore 3.20 crore
Romario Shepherd West Indies LSG 50 lakh 50 lakh
Daniel Sams Australia LSG 75 lakh 75 lakh
Kyle Jamieson New Zealand CSK 1 crore 1 crore
Piyush Chawla India MI 50 lakh 50 lakh
Amit Mishra India LSG 50 lakh 50 lakh
Harpreet Bhatia India PBKS 20 lakh 40 lakh
Manoj Bhandage India RCB 20 lakh 20 lakh
Mayank Dagar India SRH 20 lakh 1.80 crore
Duan Jansen Sourth Africa MI 20 lakh 20 lakh
Prerak Mankad India LSG 20 lakh 20 lakh
Donovan Ferreira Sourth Africa RR 20 lakh 50 lakh
Urvil Patel India GT 20 lakh 20 lakh
Vishnu Vinod India MI 20 lakh 20 lakh
Vidwath Kaverappa India PBKS 20 lakh 20 lakh
Rajan Kumar India RCB 20 lakh 70 lakh
Suyash Sharma India KKR 20 lakh 20 lakh
Joshua Little Ireland GT 50 lakh 4.40 crore
Mohit Sharma India GT 50 lakh 50 lakh
Shams Mulani India MI 20 lakh 20 lakh
Swapnil Singh India LSG 20 lakh 20 lakh
David Wiese Namibia KKR 1 crore 1 crore
Nitish Kumar Reddy India SRH 20 lakh 20 lakh
Avinash Singh India RCB 20 lakh 60 lakh
Kunal Rathore India RR 20 lakh 20 lakh
Sonu Yadav India RCB 20 lakh 20 lakh
Kulwant Khejroliya India KKR 20 lakh 20 lakh
Ajay Mandal India CSK 20 lakh 20 lakh
Mohit Rathee India PBKS 20 lakh 20 lakh
Nehal Wadhera India MI 20 lakh 20 lakh
Bhagath Varma India CSK 20 lakh 20 lakh
Shivam Singh India PBKS 20 lakh 20 lakh
Rilee Rossouw Sourth Africa DC 2 crore 4.60 crore
Litton Das Bangladesh KKR 50 lakh 50 lakh
Akeal Hosein West Indies SRH 1 crore 1 crore
Adam Zampa Australia RR 1.50 crore 1.50 crore
Anmolpreet Singh India SRH 20 lakh 20 lakh
KM Asif India RR 30 lakh 30 lakh
Murugan Ashwin India RR 20 lakh 20 lakh
Mandeep Singh India KKR 50 lakh 50 lakh
Akash Vashisht India RR 20 lakh 20 lakh
Naveen Ul Haq Afghanistan LSG 50 lakh 50 lakh
Yudhvir Charak India LSG 20 lakh 20 lakh
Raghav Goyal India MI 20 lakh 20 lakh
Abdul PA India RR 20 lakh 20 lakh
Joe Root England RR 1 crore 1 crore
Shakib Al Hasan Bangladesh KKR 1.50 crore 1.50 crore

IPL Winners in the Past

Mumbai Indians have won the most number of seasons in the IPL. Can Chennai match that number with a win this year?

  • Chennai Super Kings (2010, 2011, 2018 and 2021)
  • Mumbai Indians (2013, 2015, 2017, 2019 and 2020)
  • Sunrisers Hyderabad (2016)
  • Kolkata Knight Riders (2012 and 2014)
  • Rajasthan Royals (2008)
  • Deccan Chargers (2009)
  • Gujarat Titans (2022)

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