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2019 IPL auctions: No Indian in highest price bracket out of 346 shortlisted players

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The Indian Premier League auctions scheduled to be held on December 18 would have no Indian cricketer featuring in the price category of Rs 2 crore.

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The final list has been selected from a total of 1003 players who were initially registered after all eight franchises submitted their lists of retained players, according to a release by the BCCI.

The price bracket of Rs 2 crore would have Brendon McCullum, Angelo Mathews, Corey Anderson, Shaun Marsh, Lasith Malinga, Chris Woakes, Colin Ingram, Sam Curran and D’ Arcy Short.

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Fast bowler Jaydev Unadkat, who became the costliest Indian player in the auctions last year at Rs 11.5 crore would be one of the local players who would have a base price of Rs 1.5 crore.

All-rounders Yuvraj Singh and Axar Patel, both of whom played for the Kings XI Punjab last season would enter the auctions with a base price of Rs 1 crore. Yuvraj had fetched Rs 2 crore and was released by the Punjab franchise ahead of this year’s auction.

India’s premier fast bowler Mohammed Shami would walk into the auctions with a base price of Rs 1 crore while Naman Ojha and Ishant Sharma would have a price of Rs 75 lakhs.

Indians who would enter the auctions with a base price of Rs 50 lakhs are Cheteshwar Pujara, Mohit Sharma, Manoj Tiwary, Hanuma Vihari and Gurkeerat Singh.

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