Simply a few days after the tip of the ICC males’s T20 World Cup 2022 in Australia, the ten Indian Premier League (IPL) franchises must announce their Retention Listing to the Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) forward of the IPL 2023 mini public sale of December 23 in Kochi. Kolkata Knight Riders have misplaced Australian ODI captain Pat Cummins and England batter Sam Billings earlier than the Retention Day deadline at 5pm on November 15 as each have determined to skip IPL 2023. Preity Zinta co-owned Punjab Kings have the largest purse to this point earlier than finalising their Retention Listing, which stands at Rs 8.45 crore whereas IPL 2022 debutants Lucknow Tremendous Giants have the smallest at Rs 5 crore.
Nonetheless, the ten groups can construct on this purse by releasing some gamers earlier than the Retention Day deadline or can switch gamers between franchises within the switch window as effectively. Three gamers have been formally traded to this point – Royal Challengers Bangalore buying and selling Jason Behrendorff to Mumbai Indians whereas IPL 2022 champions Gujarat Titans traded Lockie Ferguson and Rahmanullah Gurbaz to Kolkata Knight Riders.
_ NEWS _: Lockie Ferguson and Rahmanullah Gurbaz traded from Gujarat Titans to Kolkata Knight Riders. #TATAIPL
Former Chennai Tremendous Kings captain Ravindra Jadeja was rumoured to be on the switch checklist however MS Dhoni’s facet have determined to retain the all-rounder whereas releasing gamers like Chris Jordan, Adam Milne and Mitchell Santner earlier than the Retention Day deadline.
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