IPL 2020: Purse Remaining Of Each Team Revealed Ahead Of The Players’ Auction
At the end of the pre-auction trade window, the Indian Premier League (IPL) has announced the purse remaining amount for all the eight teams. They can buy the remaining number of players according to their slots availability in the upcoming players’ auction and they can use only the remaining amount in the purse to buy these players.
Kolkata is ready to host the 2020 IPL players’ auction on 19th December 2019. Around one month before this auction, every team have announced their final retained and released players’ lists for the new season on Friday (15th November). At the end of their final squad announcement before the players’ auction, the IPL has announced the remaining purse amounts of every team.
Present conditions of the every IPL teams
Among the IPL 2020 teams, Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) has the highest amount in the purse remaining. They can still spend INR 42.70 cr to buy a maximum of nine players, including a maximum of four overseas players.
In the meantime, four-time IPL champions, including in IPL 2019, Mumbai Indians (MI) has the least amount to make a further bid. They can use INR 13.05 cr to buy a maximum of seven players, including a maximum of two overseas players.
However, three-time champions and last season’s runners-up, Chennai Super Kings (CSK) has retained the most number of players among the eight IPL teams as they have retained 20 players from the previous IPL season and they can buy only five more players (including a maximum of two overseas players) by using a maximum of INR 14.60 cr.
Meanwhile, Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) can buy maximum players as they have 12 slots available, including six overseas slots. RCB can use a maximum of INR 27.90 cr to bring the remaining players.
Purse remaining of every team before the players’ auction
|Team||Purse Remaining (INR)||Slots Available||Overseas Slots|
|Kings XI Punjab||42.70 cr||9||4|
|Kolkata Knight Riders||35.65 cr||11||4|
|Rajasthan Royals||28.90 cr||11||4|
|Royal Challengers Bangalore||27.90 cr||12||6|
|Delhi Capitals||27.85 cr||11||5|
|Sunrisers Hyderabad||17.00 cr||7||2|
|Chennai Super Kings||14.60 cr||5||2|
|Mumbai Indians||13.05 cr||7||2|
Latest status of every IPL teams
|Team||Money Spent (INR)||No. of Players||No. of Overseas Players|
|Mumbai Indians||71.95 cr||18||6|
|Chennai Super Kings||70.40 cr||20||6|
|Sunrisers Hyderabad||68.00 cr||18||6|
|Delhi Capitals||57.15 cr||14||3|
|Royal Challengers Bangalore||57.10 cr||13||2|
|Rajasthan Royals||56.10 cr||14||4|
|Kolkata Knight Riders||49.35 cr||14||4|
|Kings XI Punjab||42.30 cr||16||4|
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