IPL Auction 2021 January Updates: IPL Auction tentative Date, Time, mini auctions, live streaming, broadcast, IPL teams All you need to know about IPL 2021 auction

IPL Auction 2021 11th January Updates: IPL Auction tentative Date, Time, mini auctions, live streaming, broadcast, IPL teams All you need to know about IPL 2021 auction: IPL 2021 auction date: The Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 auction is likely to be held on February 11. According to the information available, the IPL has also set January 20 as the deadline for the eight franchises to submit the lists of retained and released players. IPL Governing Council met on Monday. The decision of the venue of the auction still stays pending.

Meanwhile, BCCI is likely to release the tenders for the two new IPL teams in April. The Indian cricket board had last month announced that there will be addition of new teams in IPL 2022. As per the information available with InsideSport, the base price for the new IPL teams will be nothing less than 1500 cr.

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“Nothing has been officially discussed about the base price as yet. But during the BCCI AGM we discussed the matter informally. Ownership of IPL team is now a very prized asset and we feel the base price for the new IPL team will be nothing less than 1500 CR or probably more,” a BCCI official told InsideSport.

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IPL 2022 to have 2 new teams : The Board of Cricket Control (BCCI) of India has already approved two more teams for IPL 2022. These two new teams will not be part of the MINI-AUCTIONS.

Here’s all you need to know about IPL Auction 2021:

When will IPL Auction 2021 tentative Date?

IPL Auction 2021 is likely to take place by 11th Feb in 2021.

What Time IPL Auction 2021 Will begin? Time
The IPL 2021 auction will be held on 11th Feb in 2021, Expected to start at 3.30 pm (IST).

Which TV channels will IPL Auction 2021 broadcast?
IPL Auction 2021 will be telecast on the Star Sports Network.

How do I watch live streaming of IPL Auction 2021?
The live streaming of the IPL Auction 2021 will be available on Disney+ Hotstar. You can also catch the live updates on insidesport.co Hotstar has also got into an arrangement with Reliance Jio to stream the IPL Auction 2021 LIVE. Jio Customers can watch IPL Auction 2021 for free.

Will it be mega auctions or mini auctions?

It is final now that no mega auction will be conducted for the 14th edition of IPL (IPL 2021). Instead, BCCI will conduct the mini-auctions. The full-fledged mega-player auctions will now be conducted for IPL 2022 once the two new teams are on board next year.

‘Full auction will not be possible this time because of time constraints and other issues. Rather we will conduct mini-auctions where franchises can bid for a few new players. The dates of the auctions and other things are still to be decided’, a BCCI official told InsideSport.

When & how will IPL 2021 Mini-Auctions be conducted?

According to the information coming in from various BCCI officials – the mini-auction for IPL 2021 will be conducted sometime in February.

India’s domestic T20 tournament Syed Mushtaq Ali will be conducted from 10th Jan to 31st. The tournament will be a window for IPL franchises to gauge performances of the domestic hopefuls and recruit new talent in their teams.

How can franchises retain players in IPL 2021 mini-auction?

It is worth noting that franchises had only contract till IPL 2020 with the existing set of players. Before the mini-auction BCCI and franchises will complete contractual formalities with those players whom teams would like to retain for IPL 2021 season.

IPL 2021 Mini-Auction: What does it mean for IPL teams?

Some of the IPL franchises with a settled team like Mumbai Indians will be happy with the conduct of mini-auctions. But at the same time, teams like Chennai Super Kings which were looking to rebuild their squad after IPL 2020 debacle would be disappointed with the development.

Once BCCI and IPL Governing Council formally approves the date of Mini-Auctions, franchises will start the process of retaining or releasing the players from their squads.

Some of the players who may not be retained by the IPL franchises includes the likes of Glenn Maxwell (KXIP), Kedar Jadhav (CSK), Dinesh Karthik (KKR), Jaydev Unadkat (RR), Imran Tahir (CSK), Kuldeep Yadav (KKR), Sheldon Cottrell (KXIP) and few others.

Whatever it is – IPL fans should be ready for action-packed months of January & February where franchises will get busy with their player strategies.

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