NEW DELHI: 351 players will officially go under the hammer in the 2017 Indian Premier League auction, the IPL governing body confirmed on Tuesday (February 14). The final list has been pruned from 799 players who registered their names for the auction. There are as many as 122 international players, including six players from Associate nations (five from Afghanistan and one from UAE).
The most sought after players at the auction will be the England players. The likes of Ben Stokes, Eoin Morgan and Chris Woakes have listed their base price at a maximum of INR 2 crore alongside Mitchell Johnson, Pat Cummins and Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews. Ishant Sharma is the only Indian, who has picked a valuation of INR 2 crore. Asghar Stanikzai, Mohammad Nabi, Mohammad Shahzad, Rashid Khan and Dawlat Zadran, all from Afghanistan, alongwith UAE's Chirag Suri have also made the cut.