Live Updates

  • 9:11 PM IST

    The 2019 IPL Auction concludes with the signing of Riyan Parag by the Rajasthan Royals.

  • 9:09 PM IST

    Joe Denly is sold to KKR for INR 1 Crore. Denly is an English professional cricketer who plays for Kent County Cricket Club. He is a right-handed batsman and occasional leg-break bowler who plays as a top-order batsman.

  • 8:29 PM IST

    BIG NEWS! Yuvraj Singh has been sold to the Mumbai Indians for a price tag of rupees 1.5 crores!

  • 8:23 PM IST

    Teen sensation Prayas Ray Barman has scripted history. The 15-year-old becomes the youngest crorepati in the history of the IPL. The all-rounder has joined the RCB for rupees 1.5 crores from a base price of 20 Lakhs.

  • 8:15 PM IST
    It has been a very busy night for the Kings XI Punjab, they have roped in yet another cricketer in the form of a wicketkeeper-batsman with some raw talent and loads of potential. Prabhsimran Singh is sold to Punjab for INR 4.80 Crores.
  • 8:10 PM IST

    Another signing by Rajasthan Royals: Shashank Singh is sold to Rajasthan Royals for INR 30 lacs!

  • 8:06 PM IST
    Money splashed right, left and centre! Harry Gurney is sold to KKR for INR 75 Lacs. Pankaj Jaiswal is sold to Mumbai Indian for INR 20 lacs following which, Milind Kumar is sold to RCB for INR 20 Lacs.

  • 8:02 PM IST

    Nikhil Naik is sold to KKR for INR 20 Lacs. Following which, Arshdeep Singh is sold to Kings XI Punjab for INR 20 Lacs.

  • 7:57 PM IST

    Himmat Singh has been sold to the Royal Challengers Bangalore for 65 lakhs. Singh is an Indian cricketer who plays for Delhi in domestic cricket. He bats right-handed and bowls right-arm off break.

  • 7:55 PM IST

    Himanshu Rana is gone unsold! Rana is an Indian cricketer who plays for Haryana in domestic cricket. He is a right-handed batsman and occasional right-arm medium pace bowler.

IPL 2019 Player Auction Live Streaming Updates: Hello everyone and welcome to our live blog for one of the biggest sellable events in T20 cricket’s history – 2019 Indian Premier League Player Auction. Every franchise will once again put all their permutations and combinations in play to choose the right squad for one the most exciting and widely followed T20 league across the planet. A cool head, good planning and some much-needed cricketing acumen can often yield results which has been proved in the past. 346 players will go under the hammer and fight for 70 vacant spots when the auction for the 12th edition of IPL to be held in Jaipur. Franchises will make choices depending on the strengths and weaknesses of their squad, the budget available and the maximum limit of domestic and overseas players. So what strategy will different teams employ in the auction? Who will get the maximum buys from the elite club? Who will target the domestic players? Who will be keen to get some all-rounders on board? Also Read - Happy Birthday, Suresh Raina: Wishes Pour in as Former India International Turns 34

Once a sought-after property, Yuvraj Singh faces the risk of going unsold at the 2019 IPL auction with the franchisees factoring in the availability of foreign players in a World Cup year. Yuvraj, who fetched a record Rs 16 crore deal in his prime, was bought by Kings XI Punjab for his base price of Rs 2 crore at the auction held before the last edition. While Chris Gayle repaid the faith KXIP posed in him with a fruitful season, Yuvraj could not set the house on fire, managing just 65 runs in eight games. No wonder the team decided to release him. Also Read - Australia vs India ODI in Sydney: Predicted Playing XIs, Pitch Report, Toss Timing, Squads, Weather Forecast For 1st ODI

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