IPL Auction 2023, the entire list & tie-break rule

IPL Auction 2023 is over and England’s Sam Curran grabbed all the headlines by being the most expensive buy ever in the history of the league. Cameron Green and Ben Stokes, too, were sold for big bucks, and here is the entire list of all the sold and unsold players with their teams and price tags. 

What is the tie-break rule and how will it work in auctions? I Explained

IPL Auction 2023 : The Indian Premier League (IPL) mini auctions for the 2023 season are all set to take place on Friday (December 23) as 10 franchises will compete on the bidding table, while there is also a prospect of the tie-break rule.

The Indian Premier League IPL)auctions 2023 this season will take center stage on Friday (December 23) as big teams and their owners get ready for the bidding war in Kochi. With big names like Sam Curran, Cameron Green, and Ben Stokes in the pool for the auctions, the franchises are expected to have a bidding war among themselves on will get the players of their favorite choice from the shopping list. But what happens if franchises run out of cash and two franchises are tied on the same amount?

What is Tie-Break Rule?

As per the auction rules shared with the franchises, it works out the following way. “If a franchisee makes a bid for a player that is the final bid that it can make for the player – i.e. the franchisee does not have sufficient remaining balance on its 2023 Salary Cap to make the immediately next bid for the player once the applicable bidding increment is applied and…

“If one or more Franchisee does make a Matching Bid for the player, the auctioneer will declare the player “sold” at a League Fee for 2023 in the amount of the Last Bid and will invoke the tiebreak procedure set out in paragraph 25 to determine which Franchisee will sign the player for 2023.”

How will the Tie-break rule run?

BCCI will invite each Franchisee who made a Matching Bid for the player along with the Franchisee who made the Last Bid to each submit a silent written bid (the “Tiebreak Bid”), on a form to be provided by BCCI.

The Tiebreak Bid will indicate the amount, payable in one instalment, in Indian rupees that the Franchisee is prepared to pay to BCCI (not the player) in order to secure the player’s services for the IPL 2023 season. NB. The amount of the Tiebreak Bid is separate from and in addition to the amount of the Last Bid or the amount of the Matching Bid as appropriate, both of which constitute the bid for the player.

The Tiebreak Bid is the separate amount, which the Franchisee is prepared to pay to BCCI and is not deducted from the relevant Franchisee’s Salary Cap. There is no limit on the amount of the Tiebreak Bid.

BCCI to open Tie-break bids later

BCCI will then open the written Tiebreak Bids and the player will be awarded to the Franchisee who has made the highest Tiebreak Bid. If two or more highest Tiebreak Bids are equal, then only those highest bidders will be invited to repeat the process until there is a winner. The Tiebreak Bid amount will not be announced.

The winning Franchisee will enter into a 2023 standard form IPL Player Contract with the player with a League Fee in the amount of its Last Bid or Matching Bid as appropriate and will commit to paying to BCCI within 30 days of the Player Auction the amount of its Tiebreak Bid (or highest Tiebreak Bid if there were multiple rounds of bidding).

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IPL Auction 2023: Sold Players

  • Shakib-al-Hasan to KKR for INR 1.5 cr
  • Abdul Basith to RR for INR 20 lakh
  • Joe Root to RR for INR 1 crore
  • Akeal Hosain to SRH for INR 1 crore
  • Raghav Goyal to MI for INR 20 lakh 
  • Yudhvir Singh to LSG for INR 20 lakh
  • Naveen-ul-Haq to LSG for INR 50 lakh
  • Akash Vashist to RR for INR 20 lakh
  • Mandeep Singh to KKR for INR 50 lakh
  • Murugan Ashwin to RR for INR 20 lakh
  • KM Asif to RR for INR 30 lakh
  • Anmolpreet Singh to SRH for INR 20 lakh
  • Adam Zampa to RR for INR 1.50 crore
  • Akeal Hosain to SRH for INR 1 crore
  • Litton Das to KKR for INR 50 lakh
  • Rilee Rossouw to LSG for INR 4.60 crore
  • Phil Salt sold to Delhi Capitals for INR 2 crore 
  • Heinrich Klaasen sold to SRH for INR 5.25 crore 
  • Nicholas Pooran sold to LSG for INR 16 crore 
  • Ben Stokes sold to CSK for INR 16.25 crore 
  • Daniel Sams sold to LSG for INR 75 lakh 
  • Romario Shepherd sold to LSG for INR 50 lakh 
  • Will Jacks sold to RCB for INR 3.2 crore 
  • Manish Pandey sold to Delhi Capitals for INR 2.4 crore 
  • Himanshu Sharma sold to RCB for INR 20 lakh 
  • Mukesh Kumar sold to Delhi Capitals for INR 5.5 crore 
  • Shivam Mavi sold to Gujarat Titans for INR 6 crore 
  • Yash Thakur sold to LSG for INR 45 lakh
  • Vaibhav Arora sold to KKR for INR 60 lakh
  • Mayank Dagar sold to SRH for INR 1.8 crore
  • Manoj Bhandage sold to RCB for INR 20 lakh
  • Harpreet Bhatia sold to Punjab Kings for INR 40 lakh
  • Amit Mishra sold to LSG for INR 50 lakh 
  • Piyush Chawla sold to Mumbai Indians for INR 50 lakh
  • Kylie Jamieson sold to CSK for INR 1 crore 
  • Upendra Yadav sold to SRH for INR 25 lakh 
  • KS Bharat sold to Gujarat Titans for INR 1.2 crore 
  • N Jagadeesan sold to KKR for INR 90 lakh 
  • Nishant Sindhu sold to CSK for INR 60 lakh 
  • Sanvir Singh sold to SRH for INR 20 lakh 
  • Samarth Vyas sold to SRH for INR 20 lakh 
  • Vivrant Sharma sold to SRH for INR 2.6 crore 
  • Shaik Rasheed sold to CSK for INR 20 lakh
  • Mayank Markande sold to SRH for INR 50 lakh 
  • Adil Rashid sold to SRH for INR 2 crore 
  • Ishant Sharma sold to Delhi Capitals for INR 50 lakh 
  • Jhye Richardson sold to Mumbai Indians for INR 1.5 crore 
  • Cameron Green sold to Mumbai Indians for INR 17.5 crore
  • Jason Holder sold to Rajasthan Royals for INR 5.75 crore 
  • Sikandar Raza sold to Punjab Kings for INR 50 lakh 
  • Odean Smith sold to Gujarat Titans for INR 50 lakh 
  • Sam Curran sold to Punjab Kings for INR 18.5 crore 
  • Ajinkya Rahane sold to CSK for INR 50 lakh 
  • Mayank Agarwal  sold to SRH for INR 8.25 crore 
  • Harry Brook  sold to SRH for INR 13.25 crore 
  • Kane Williamson sold to Gujarat Titans for INR 2 crore 
  • Jaydev Unadkat sold to LSG for INR 50 lakh 
  • Reece Topley sold to RCB for INR 1.9 crore 

IPL Auction 2023: Major Unsold Players

  • Shreyas Gopal
  • Dawid Malan
  • Mujeeb-ur-Rahman
  • Tabriaz Shamsi
  • Chris Jordan
  • Paul Stirling
  • Mohammad Nabi
  • Dasun Shanaka
  • Wayne Parnell
  • Sandeep Sharma

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