1097 players, as well as 283 foreigners, are registered for this year IPL Auction 2021



Over 1,000 players will be participating in this year IPL 2021 Auction. The player registration closing on yesterday. As per a BCCI press statement, 814 Indians and 283 outsiders have enrolled themselves for the coming little-auction.

The 1,097 players’ record fe atures 21 cover Indian cricketers. Also, 186 capped Forner players will be a part of the IPL 2021 Auction. There will be 27 players from the Partner countries also. Latest, associate member players, Chirag Suri (UAE) and Ali Khan (USA) make contracts in the IPL.

Each and every year, uncapped players biggest part of the places on the auction list. 52 uncapped cricketers, who played at least 1 IPL match, have enrolled for the IPL 2021 Auction. 743 uncapped Indians and 68 uncapped international players, who have never played in the tournament, aspect in the 1,097-player list.

IPL 2021 Auction will happen on February 18. The event will start at 3 PM in Chennai. Most franchises have maintained their core group of players. A best of 61 players will get contracts in the next auction.

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56 West Indian players on the IPL 2021 Auction register

Throughout the foreign countries, West Indies has the most players in the IPL 2021 Auction index. 56 West indies stars will go under the hammer this year, while 42 players from Australia will also be a part of the occurrence.

Afghanistan (30), South Africa (38), and Sri Lanka (31) are the other nations with at least 30 players on the list. The privileges did not retain a single Sri Lanka player earlier the IPL Auction 2021. It will be fascinating to see if any player from the island nation can safe a contract.

5 Bangladeshi players, 21 Englishmen, two Irishmen, 8 Nepalese cricketers, one Dutch, 29 Kiwis, 7 Scots, nine UAE players, 2 Americans, and two Zimbabweans complete the player list.

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