578 pooled out from the sea of the registered candidates for the IPL 2018, the most exciting upcoming tournament as per BCCI refines the list of the candidates for the auction of the franchise team for the 182 vacant places with 18 retained seats for the famous players by their franchises. Most of the retained players were in high demand by their franchiser but from the pool of 578 the refined list was shocking as it includes 23 overseas player out of 36 which was more than Indian numbers which are 13 with base price Rs. 2 Crore, it was not enough Indian player secured only 5 places out of 32 with the base price of Rs. 1.5 Crore and 9 places out of 31 places with base prices of Rs. 1 Crore.
The Ratings have been revealed by the players and we all are waiting for the real auction day and let’s see what is going to happen. Will the players will be awarded according to their ratings done? or they will get more than from it as IPL is the only league which showers dollars on the players taking part in it.
List of Player with base price Rs 2 Crore
IPL is witnessing the highest number of players registering over 1000 with their different base prices. The players who are famous in this league or are the good performers have also registered over the world. Following is the list of the players who have listed their base price as 2 crore including the mystery spinner R Ashwin, a good opener and captain Gautam Gambhir who has not been retained by KKR this season, the six-hitter Yuvraj Singh, the faster bowler Mitchell Johnson, the ghostly hitter Chris Gayle with al rounder Kieron Pollard.
IPL to grant certain rights to third party
Following the news from the official website of VIVO IPL 2018, The BCCI invites third party to show their interest towards acquiring the following rights in relation to the ipl, moreover these rights may be subjected to negotiation and customization as required. The term for holding the right is for minimum 3 years. They are summoned as follows :
The Indian Premier League (IPL) is a professional league of Twenty20 cricket championship in India. It was initiated by the Board Of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), headquartered in Mumbai and is supervised by BCCI Vice President Rajeev Shukla, who serves as the league’s Chairman and Commissioner. It is currently contested by nine teams, consisting of players from around the world.