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IPL 2023 Auction: Ben Stokes sold to CSK at 16.25cr,Sam Curran is most expensive player in IPL history

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IPL 2023 Auction: At the IPL Auction 2023, Chennai Super Kings paid a whopping 16.25 crore for Ben Stokes. He became the tournament’s third most expensive acquisition, trailing only Sam Curran (18.50 cr) and Cameron Green ( 17.25 cr).

Ben Stokes has played 42 innings in the IPL, scoring 920 runs at an average of 25 and a strike rate of 134.5. He has two 100s and two 50s, with the highest score being 107.


Australia all-rounder Cameron Green goes to Mumbai Indians for Rs 17.50 crore at IPL auction

Cameron Green becomes the 2nd most expensive player in the IPL Auction.


Sam Curran is the most expensive player in IPL history. West Indies batsman Chris Gayle believes Sam Curran is the most expensive player in the IPL 2023 auction. He has even stated that this England left-arm fast bowler can break Chris Morris’ (16.25 crores) record for selling the most expensive player in IPL history.


Sam Karan was named ‘Player of the Tournament’ in last month’s T20 World Cup 2022. He bowled superbly. In any case, left-arm bowlers are always in demand in cricket. Batsmen find it difficult to play left-handed bowlers. In addition, Sam Karan has the ability to bat in the lower order.



Aside from Sam Karan, Ben Stokes, Cameron Green, Harry Brook, Mayank Agarwal, and Nicholas Puran are among the most expensive players. Ben Stokes delivered a match-winning innings in the T20 World Cup final, while Cameron Green excelled for Australia’s tour of India this year. England’s Harry Brooke made his debut this year and has been very effective. Apart from these, Mayank and Nicholas are expected to be paid well for their experience.

Also Read: IPL Auction 2023: SRH buys Brook, Mayank for 21.5 crore; Rahane to CSK

IPL Auction 2023: The destinies of some of the biggest names in world cricket are being decided at a luxury hotel in Ernakulam as the Indian Premier League season 2023 mini-auction gets underway in Kochi. Each of the ten teams is tasked with bolstering their squad by signing picks from a limited pool of cricketers in the mini-auction. While veteran campaigner Mayank Agarwal is expected to go under the hammer in the first set, Australia’s Cameron Green is expected to spark a bidding war at the mini-auction. Former England captain Joe Root and Zimbabwe all-rounder Sikandar Raza have also entered the IPL 2023 race.

The bidding for Mayank begins with RCB and PBKS. CSK has entered the race. The bid is approaching INR 4 crore. SRH begins bidding at INR 4 crore. CSK and SRH raise the bid above INR 5 crore. CSK has made an 8 crore bid! SRH advances at INR 8.25 crore. Mayank Agarwal was purchased by SRH for INR 8.25 crore.

Rahane SOLD to CSK for the opening bid of INR 50 lakh.



Joe Root is UNSOLD at base price of INR 1 crore.



Former England captain Joe Root failed to find a buyer at the mini-auction. Root has yet to be sold! For the IPL 2023 auction, the Englishman listed himself at INR 1 crore. Rilee Rossouw, who has not accepted any bids, has joined Root on the unsold list. Rossouw’s net worth is INR 2 crore.

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First player is Kane Williamson. Base Price at INR 2 crore. FIRST BID FROM GUJARAT TITANS! SOLD for INR 2 crore to GT!

Hugh Edmeades, the popular auctioneer, has taken the centre stage for the mini-auction after IPL chairman Arun Singh Dhumal welcomed teams and BCCI officials in Kochi. Kane Williamson is the first name from the Set. Williamson has joined the Gujarat Titans! GT opened the bidding for Williamson at his base price after a brief pause. GT buys him for INR 2 crore.


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