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2014 IPL squads

Thu, 13 Feb 2014 05:34 PM

Bangalore, Feb 13: The following are the Indian Premier League (IPL) team squads after the second and concluding day of the players auction here Thursday:

Kings XI Punjab (Total spend Rs.55.90 crore): Mitchell Johnson (Aus, Rs.6.5 crore); Glenn Maxwell (Aus, Rs.6 crore); George Bailey (Aus, Rs.3.25 crore); Virender Sehwag (Rs.3.2 crore); Rishi Dhawan (Rs.3 crore); Shaun Marsh (Aus, Rs.2.20 crore); Wridhhiman Saha (Rs.2.20 crore); Cheteshwar Pujara (Rs.1.90 crore); Laxmipathy Balaji (Rs.1.80 crore); Beuran Hendricks (SA, Rs.1.80 crore); Thissara Perera (SL, Rs.1.60 crore); Gurkeerat Singh (Rs.1.30 crore); Murali Karthik (Rs.1 crore); Sandeep Sharma (Rs.85 lakh); Mandeep Singh (Rs.80 lakh); Akshar Patel (Rs.75 lakh); Parvinder Awana (Rs.65 lakh); Anureet Singh (Rs.20 lakh); Shardul Thakur (Rs.20 lakh); Karanveer Singh (Rs.10 lakh); Shivam Sharma (Rs.10 lakh). Retained players: Manan Vohra and David Miller (South Africa).

Rajasthan Royals (Total spend Rs.54.45 crore): Steven Smith (Aus, Rs.4 crore); Brad Hodge (Aus, Rs.2.40 crore); Rajat Bhatia (Rs.1.70 crore); Tim Southee (NZ, Rs.1.20 crore); Dhawal Kulkarni (Rs.1.10 crore); Abhishek Nayar (Rs.1 crore); Kane Richardson (Aus, Rs.1 crore); Ben Cutting (Aus, Rs.80 lakh); Karun Nair (Rs.75 lakh); Unmukt Chand (Rs.65 lakh); Iqbal Abdullah (Rs.65 lakh); Deepak Hooda (Rs.40 lakh); Kevon Cooper (WI, Rs.30 lakh); Dishant Yagnik (Rs.30 lakh); Vikramjit Malik (Rs.20 lakh); Pravin Thambe (Rs.10 lakh); Ankush Bains (Rs.10 lakh); Rahul Tewatia (Rs.10 lakh); Amit Mishra (Rs.10 lakh); Anikit Sharma (Rs.10 lakh). Retained players: James Faulkner (Aus), Shane Watson (Aus), Ajinkya Rahane, Stuart Binny and Sanju Samson.

Delhi Daredevils (Total spend Rs.60 crore): Dinesh Karthik (Rs.12.5 crore); Kevin Pietersen (Eng, Rs.9 crore); Murali Vijay (Rs.5 crore); Mohammad Shami (Rs.4.25 crore); Nathan Coulter-Nile (Aus, Rs.4.25 crores); Quinton de Kock (SA, Rs.3.50 crore); Manoj Tiwary (Rs.2.80 crore); Jaydev Unadkat (Rs.2.80 crore); Jean-Paul Duminy (SA, Rs.2.20 crore); Ross Taylor (NZ, Rs.2 crore); Kedar Jadhav (Rs.2 crore); Rahul Sharma (Rs.1.90 crore); Mayank Agarwal (Rs.1.60 crore); Laxmi Ratan Shukla (Rs.1.50 crore); Jimmy Neesham (NZ, Rs.1 crore); Wayne Parnell (SA, Rs.1 crore); Shahbaz Nadeem (Rs.85 lakh); Saurabh Tiwary (Rs.70 lakh); Siddarth Kaul (Rs.45 lakh); Rahul Shukla (Rs.40 lakh); Milind Kumar (Rs.10 lakh); H.S. Sharath (Rs.10 lakh); Jayant Yadav (Rs.10 lakh). Retained players: None.

Chennai Super Kings (Total spend Rs.59.80 crore): Faf du Plessis (SA, Rs.4.75 crore); Dwayne Smith (WI, Rs.4.5 crore); Brendon McCullum (NZ, Rs.3.25 crore); Mohit Sharma (Rs.2 crore); Ashish Nehra (Rs.2 crore); Ishwar Pandey (Rs.1.5 crore); Ben Hilfenhaus (Aus, Rs.1 crore); John Hastings (Aus, Rs.50 lakh); Mithun Manhas (Rs.30 lakh); Matt Henry (NZ, Rs.30 lakh); Samuel Badree (WI, Rs.30 lakh); Pawan Negi (Rs.10 lakh); Baba Aparajith (Rs.10 lakh); Vijay Shankar (Rs.10 lakh); Ronit More (Rs.10 lakh). Retained players: Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Suresh Raina, Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin and Dwayne Bravo (West Indies).

Royal Challengers Bangalore (Total spend Rs.60 crore): Yuvraj Singh (Rs.14 crore); Mitchell Starc (Aus, Rs.5 crore); Albie Morkel (SA, Rs.2.40 crore); Varun Aaron (Rs.2 crore); Ashoke Dinda (Rs.1.5 crore); Parthiv Patel (Rs.1.4 crore); Muttiah Muralitharan (SL, Rs.1 crore); Ravi Rampaul (WI, Rs.90 lakh); Nicholas Maddinson (Aus, Rs.50 lakh); Vijay Zol (Rs.30 lakh); Abu Nechim (Rs.30 lakh); Shadab Jakati (Rs.20 lakh); Sachin Rana (Rs.20 lakh); Yuzvendra Chahal (Rs.10 lakh); Tanmay Mishra (Rs.10 lakh); Yogesh Takawale (Rs.10 lakh). Retained players: Virat Kohli, Chris Gayle (West Indies) and AB de Villiers (South Africa).

Sunrisers Hyderabad (Total spend Rs.59 crore): David Warner (Aus, Rs.5.5 crore); Amit Mishra (Rs.4.75 crore); Bhuvneshwar Kumar (Rs.4.25 crore); Aaron Finch (Aus, Rs.4 crore); Karn Sharma (Rs.3.75 crore); Darren Sammy (WI, Rs.3.50 crore); Ishant Sharma (Rs.2.60 crore); Irfan Pathan (Rs.2.40 crore); Lokesh Rahul (Rs.1 crore); Moises Henriques (Aus, Rs.1 crore); Parvez Rasool (Rs.95 lakh); Jason Holder (WI, Rs.75 lakh); Y. Venugopal Rao (Rs.55 lakh); Naman Ojha (Rs.50 lakh); Brendan Taylor (Zim, Rs.30 lakh); Prasanth Parameswaran (Rs.30 lakh); Amit Paunikar (Rs.20 lakh); Anirudha Srikkanth (Rs.20 lakh); Ashish Reddy (Rs.20 lakh); Manpreet Juneja (Rs.10 lakh); Ricky Bhui (Rs.10 lakh); Chama Milind (Rs.10 lakh). Retained players: Dale Steyn (South Africa) and Shikhar Dhawan.

Kolkata Knight Riders (Total spend Rs.59 crore): Jacques Kallis (SA, Rs.5.50 crore); Robin Uthappa (Rs.5 crore); Piyush Chawla (Rs.4.25 crore); Yusuf Pathan (Rs.3.25 crore); Morne Morkel (SA, Rs.2.80 crore); R. Vinay Kumar (Rs.2.80 crore); Shakib Al Hasan (Ban, Rs.2.80 crore); Umesh Yadav (Rs.2.60 crore); Manish Pandey (Rs.1.70 crore); Chris Lynn (Aus, Rs.1.30 crore); Ryan ten Doeschate (NED, Rs.1 crore); Pat Cummins (Rs.1 crore); Andre Russell (WI, Rs.70 lakh); Suryakumar Yadav (Rs.70 lakh); Manvinder Bisla (Rs.60 lakh); Kuldeep Yadav (Rs.40 lakh); Veer Pratap Singh (Rs.40 lakh); Debabrata Das (Rs.20 lakh); Soyan Mondal (Rs.10 lakh). Retained players: Sunil Narine (West Indies) and Gautam Gambhir.

Mumbai Indians (Total spend Rs.59.95 crore): Mike Hussey (Aus, Rs.5 crore); Corey Anderson (NZ, Rs.4.5 crore); Pragyan Ojha (Rs.3.25 crore); Zaheer Khan (Rs.2.60 crore); Aditya Tare (Rs.1.60 crore); Jasprit Bumrah (Rs.1.20 crore); Jalaj Saxena (Rs.90 lakh); Josh Hazlewood (Aus, Rs.50 lakh); Krishmar Santokie (WI, Rs.30 lakh); Merchant de Lange (SA, Rs.30 lakh); Chidambaram Gautam (Rs.20 lakh); Sushant Marathe (Rs.10 lakh); Shreyas Gopal (Rs.10 lakh); Apoorv Wankhade (Rs.10 lakh); Pawan Suyal (Rs.10 lakh); Ben Dunk (Rs.20 lakh). Retained players: Rohit Sharma, Harbhajan Singh, Ambatti Rayudu, Lasith Malinga (Sri Lanka) and Kieron Pollard (West Indies).



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