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Top 5 J&K Players to Play IPL 2023

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5 J&K players will be there IPL 2023 including Alive Sharma, Avinash Singh and Yudhvir Singh.

Ahead of the auction, a total of 405 players were shortlisted to fill the remaining 87 spots among the ten IPL 2023 squads. These players will join the existing and retained players in each roster.

The 2023 auction will now take place at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Kochi, which will be a smaller event than the grand auction held before IPL 2022. Each team must complete the assembly of their teams, which can count up to to 25 players and must include at least 18 players. .

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Sunrisers Hyderabad [SRH] have the biggest remaining purse [INR 42] ahead of the IPL 25,00,000 auction. The team with the lowest budget this season is Kolkata Knight Riders[INR2023[INR70500000

Top 3 J&K Players Get Offer at IPL Auction 2023

1. Alive Sharma sold to SRH at 2,6 CR

Alive Sharma, a versatile player from Jammu and Kashmir, was bought by Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) for Rs 2,6 crore on Friday at the 2023 Indian Premier League (IPL) auction in Kochi. His starting salary is 20 lakh.
In VHT 2022, the all-rounder performed admirably, amassing 395 runs at a pace of over 56, with a century and two fifty in eight rounds.
At VHT 2022, Vivrant Sharma stood out amassing 395 runs in 8 games at an average of over 56 with a century and two fifty-seven.

No less than 21 players from Jammu and Kashmir have been shortlisted for the auction. However, only three were awarded during the mini-auction. These 21 J&K players were shortlisted by 10 teams from the initial roster of 991 players of which only Vivrant Sharma, Avinash Singh and Yudhvir Singh were sold.

2. Avinash Singh sold to RCB at 60 lahks 3.

Jammu boy Avinash Singh has been sold to Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) for 60 Lakhs.

Avinash is a 24-year-old fast bowler from Jammu. He has not played at any level of domestic cricket but is said to be an Umran Malik league bowler.

Like Umran, Avinash played most of his cricket with a tennis ball! He had rarely played with a cricket ball until recently. But he joined an academy in Jammu where he worked on his skills.

3. Yudhvir Singh sold to LSG at 20 lakh

Jammu Yudhvir Singh Charak's fast bowler sold to LSG for 20 lakhs in IPL auction 2023

Ahead of the 16e Mini-auction involving 10 IPLs scheduled for December 23, cash-rich Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) has announced the roster of cricketers it will retain for IPL-2023. The two players from Jammu and Kashmir, Umran Malik and Abdul Samad are retained for Rs 4 crore each. Omran Malik and Abdul Samad are already at SRH! Thus, a total of 5 J&K players will be present IPL2023.

SRH, who currently sit 8th in the IPL, have retained 12 players and removed a few, including captain Kane Williamson.

Media reports indicate that SRH will retain Rahul Tripathi, Abhishek Sharma, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Umran Malik, T Natarajan and Abdul Samad. Its foreign players include Afghanistan's Fazalhaq Farooqui, New Zealand's Glenn Phillips and South Africans Marco Jansen and Aiden Markram.

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