IPL Auction – 5 players who could get big paycheck as the auction on Friday happening for 2023 Indian Premier League (IPL).

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With the auction is just around, let’s take a look at top 5 stars who could get a huge pay cheque when the 10 franchises bid in Kochi.

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IPL Auction – 5 players who could get big paycheck

IPL Auction – the definition

The IPL auction is a yearly event conducted by BCCI to auction the cricket players to various franchisees. A dedicated auctioneer controls the proceedings of this multi-day event. IPL franchises fiercely bid for the listed players. The auction ends with a settled squad for every IPL team.

Ben Stokes

Ben last played the IP in 2021 when injury forced him to quit midway, but the 31-year-old is ready to return.

The left-hand batsman played a vital part in England’s T20 World Cup in November and led the Test side to a string of victory in Pakistan.

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2018 auction saw Ben set IP record when Rajasthan Royals bought him for almost 2 million USD.

Sam Curran

MVP of the T20 World Cup and potent weapon for England, Sam easily walks in to the top band of the auction list.

Chennai and their warhorse captain MS Dhoni may ask to bring him back in the search for a fifth title.

Cameroon Green

Standing at 1.98 metres tall, Cameroon is one huge of batsman with a demon outswing.

23-year-old Cameroon made enormous impact in India in September when he struck 118 runs at a strike rate of 214.54 as an opener.

Nicholas Pooran

Left-handed batsman Pooran has been in the leagues for long enough and well-known throughout the world.

Pooran is listed in top bracket of players with his T20 strike rate of over 141, he was the former skipper of West Indies before stepping down last month.

Rilee Rossouw

33-year-old Rille almost single-handled the Indian attack to give the Proteas a win, although it was no more than a consolation one in Indore.

Earlier, he was among the most wanted in the T20 franchise, but returning unsold ahead of this year’s season.

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