Iqbal Abdulla (base price 30 lakh) sold to Rajasthan Royals for 65 lakh 

Kevin O'brien (base price 30 lakh) unsold

Mithun Manhas (base price 30 lakh) sold to CSK for 30 lakh

Ryan ten Doeschate (base price 1 crore) sold to KKR for 1 crore

Kevon Cooper (base price 30 lakh) sold to Rajasthan Royals for 30 lakh

Parvez Rasool (base price 20 lakh) sold to SRH for 95 lakh

Rishi Dhawan (base price 20 lakh) sold to KXIP for 3 crore

Mandeep Singh (base price 30 lakh) sold to KXIP for 80 lakh

Ashok Menaria unsold

Rajat Bhatia (base price 30 lakh) sold to Rajasthan Royals for 1.70 crore

Yogesh Nagar unsold

Ishant Marathe sold to Mumbai Indians for 10 lakh

Aditya Tare sold to Mumbai Indians for 1.60 crore

Yogesh Takawale unsold

Ankush Bains sold to RR for 10 lakh

Ben Dunk  unsold

Manvindra Bisla sold to KKR for 60 lakh

Mayank Agarwal sold to SRH for 1.60 crore

Suryakumar Yadav sold to KKR for 70 lakh

KL Rahul sold to Sunrisers Hyderabad for 1 crore

Kedar Jadhav sold to SRH for 2 crore

Manprit Juneja sold to SRH for 10 lakh

Manish Pandey sold to KKR for 1.70 crore

Unmukt Chand sold to Rajasthan Royals for 65 lakh

Gurukeerat Singh sold to KXIP for 1.30 crore

U-19 captain Vijay Zol sold to RCB for 30 lakh

Day Two: Auction begins

Day one: IPL auction for 2014 ends

Grant Elliott, Rayan Emrit, Elton Chigumbura, Garey Mathurin, Angelo Perera, Danza Hyatt, Rikki Clarke, Lonwabo Tsotsobe, VRV Singh, Krishmar Santokie, Sudeep Tyagi, Kemar Roach, Marchant de Lange, Mitchell McClenaghan, Ben Laughlin, ade Dernbach, Sheldon Cottrell, Jerome Taylor, Kyle Mills, Rusty Theron, Nuwan Kulasekara, Simon Jones, Ashes Hero, Shaminda Eranga, Hamish Bennett, Ian Butler, Rory Kleinveldt, Nuwan Pradeep, Suranga Lakmal and Avishkar Salvi are unsold. 

Auction for set of all-rounders begin.

Auction will start again after five minutes

India's Mohammad Kaif, Chamara Kapugedera, Adrian Barath, Rob Quiney, Jehan Mubarak, Justin Ontong, Wasim Jaffer, Dilshan Munaweera are Callum Ferguson unsold.

Auction for another set of batsmen begins.

South Africa's Ryan McLaren, Pat Cummins, Jackson Bird, Dirk Nannes, Abhimanyu Mithun, Adam Milne, Shaun Tait and Wayne Parnell are unsold.

Next set of auction is for fast bowlers.

Travis Bir, Kieran Powell, Luke Pomersbach, Neil Broom, Samit Patel, Vernon Philande, Jacob Oram, Christopher Barnwell, Farveez Mahroof, Dimitri, David Weise, Jeevan Mendis, Dug Bollinger and Doug Bollinger is unsold.

Dean Elgar fails to get buyer.

Vaughn van Jaarsveld remains unsold once again.

No bidder for Phillip Hughes.

Lahiru Thirimanne is unsold.

Auction for last leg will begin after five minutes.

Another unsold player is Sohag Gazi  from Bangladesh.

James Muirhead remains unsold.

South Africa's Nicky Boje is unsold.

Nikita Miller from West Indies is unsold once again.

Australia's Fawad Ahmed remains unsold.

No buyers for Ashley Nurse.

Devendra Bishoo is unsold.

Tim Southee, with base price of Rs 50 lakh, sold to RR for Rs 1.2 crore.

Jason Holder sold to Sunrisers for Rs 75 lakh.

No bidding for Clint McKay.

Joginder Sharma is unsold.

CSK buy Ben Hilfenhaus.

RR buy Kane Richardson at base price of Rs 1 crore.

No bidding for Manpreet Gony.

RR buy Ben Cutting for Rs 80 lakh.

Fidel Edwards is unsold.

Jesse Ryder too failed to find buyer.

Roelof van der Merwe  gets no buyers.

Sachithra Senanayake remains unsold.

Delhi buy Jimmy Neesham for Rs 1 crore.

James Franklin is unsold this time.

Johan Botha gets no buyer.

Abhinav Mukund is unsold.

Sunrisers buy Venugopal Rao for Rs 55 lakh.

Another unsold player is Hamish Rutherford from New Zealand.

No buyers for Upul Tharanga.

Australia's Adam Voges goes unsold.
 
Henry Davids also remains unsold.
 
Farhaan Behardien gets no buyer.

Ben Rohrer is unsold.

No bidding for Herschelle Gibbs.

Chris Lynn, with base price of Rs 50 Lakh, is unsold.

South Africa's Neil McKenzie gets no buyer.

Auction for next set of batsmen begins.

Sri Lanka's Akila Dananjaya is unsold.

No bid for Brad Hogg.

India’s Ramesh Powar is unsold.

Suraj Randiv of Sri Lanka remains unsold.

No buyers for Australia's Nathan Lyon.

Imran Tahir from South Africa is unsold.

Samuel Badree sold to CSK on base price of Rs 30 lakh.

No bid for Rangana Herath from Sri Lanka.

Suliemann Benn is unsold.

Auction for another set of spinners begin.

No bid for Munaf Patel.

CSK buy Mohit Sharma for Rs 2 crore.

Jaidev Unadkat sold to Delhi for Rs 2.8crore.

Sunrisers buy India's Parvinder Awana for Rs 65 lakh.

Varun Aaron  sold to RCB for Rs 2 crore.

L Balaji sold to KXIP for Rs 1.80 crore.

Delhi buy Nathan Coulter-Nile for Rs 4.25 crore

Brett Lee remains unsold on first day of auction.

Fast bowler RP Singh remains unsold.

Auction for next set of fast bowlers begins.

Australia's Moises Henriques sold at base price of Rs 1 crore.

Another England player Luke Wright goes unsold.

Ravi Bopara remains unsold.

Australia's Dan Christian remains unsold.

Rajasthan Royal buys Abhishek Nayyar for Rs 1 crore.

Corey Anderson sold to Mumbai Indians for Rs 4.5 crore.

India's Laxmi Ratan Shukla sold Delhi for Rs 1.5 crore.

Glenn Maxwell, who played for MI last time, sold to KXIP for Rs 6 crore.

Andre Russell remains unsold.

Auction for next set of all-rounders begin.

Another unsold player is Luke Ronchi.

Johnson Charles is unsold.

Sunrisers buys Brendan Taylor at base price of Rs 30 lakh.

Sri Lanka's Prasanna Jayawardene is unsold on first day of auction.

No bid for Denesh Ramdin.

Dane Vilas, with base price Rs 30 lakh, is unsold.

West Indies' Andre Fletcher remains unsold.

No bid for Sri Lanka's Kaushal Silva.

Australia's Tim Paine unsold.

Auction for second set of wicket  keepers begin.

Best player of the set Lendl Simmons too remains unsold.

No bid for New Zealand's Martin Guptill.

Bangladesh's Tamim Iqbal, with base prince Rs 50 lakh, remains unsold.

No bid for England's Ian Bell.

India's S Badrinath is unsold.

West Indies batsman Marlon Samuels with base price Rs 2 crore remains unsold.

Saurabh Tiwari, with base price Rs 50 lakh, sold to Delhi for Rs Rs 70 lakh.

England's Alex Hales also remains unsold.

West Indies batsman Darren Bravo remains unsold on first day of auction. He was unsold last time also.

Nic Maddinson sold to RCB for Rs 50 lakh.

First batsman on auction Cameron White remains unsold.

Second set of auction begins

Remaining budget for teams today:

Chennai Super Kings - Rs 8.50 crore

Delhi Daredevils - 18.85 crore

Kings XI Punjab - 22.65 crore

Mumbai Indians - 10.15 crore

Rajasthan Royals - Rs 16.10 crore

Sunrisers Hyderabad - 11 crore,

Royal Challengers Bangalore - Rs 4.3 crore

Kolkata Knight Riders - Rs 9 crore


Players unsold: Mahela Jayawardene, Ross Taylor, Naman Ojha, Matthew Wade, Craig Keiswetter, Kusal Perera, David Hussey, Angelo Mathews, Tillakaratne Dilshan, Azhar Mahmood, Robin Peterson, Nathan McCullum, Ajantha Mendis, Praveen Kumar. They can go back in the auction on Thursday.

 

PLAYERS RETAINED BY TEAMS
Chennai Super Kings MS Dhoni, Suresh Raina, Ravindra Jadeja, R Ashwin, Dwayne Bravo
Kings XI Punjab David Miller, Manan Vohra
Kolkata Knight Riders Gautam Gambhir, Sunil Narine
Mumbai Indians Rohit Sharma, Lasith Malinga, Kieron Pollard, Harbhajan Singh, Ambati Rayudu
Rajasthan Royals Shane Watson, James Faulkner, Ajinkya Rahane, Stuart Binny, Sanju Samson
Royal Challengers Bangalore Virat Kohli, Chris Gayle, AB de Villiers
Sunrisers Hyderabad Shikhar Dhawan, Dale Steyn
Delhi Daredevils None

Morning session of auction ends. Next session will star after 90 minutes i.e. at 2 pm.

RCB buys back Muttiah Muralitharan for Rs 1 crore.

South Africa's Robin Peterson remains unsold.

Rahul Sharma sold to Daredevils for Rs 1.90 crore.

New Zealand’s Nathan McCullum with base price Rs 1 crore remains unsold.

Sri Lanka’s Ajantha Mendis remains unsold on first day of auction.

Pragyan Ojha sold to for Rs 3.25 crore. MI uses match right to match.

Pragyan Ojha with base price Rs 2 crore is next for auction.

First spin bowler is Piyush Chawala with base price Rs 50 lakh. Sold to KKR for Rs 4.25 crore.

The set of fast bowlers ended with this. Auction for spin bowlers begin.

South Africa's fast bowler Morne Morkel sold to KKR for Rs 2.80 crore. He had base price of Rs 1.50 crore.

Vinay Kumar sold to Rs 2.80 crore KKR. RCB had a right to match card.

Fast bowler Praveen Kumar remains unsold today.He was with KXIP.

KKR gets fast bowler Umesh Yadav for Rs 2.60 crore. His base price was Rs 1 crore.

West Indies bowler Ravi Rampaul, with base price of Rs 50 lakh, sold to RCB for Rs 90 lakh.

Indian fast bowler Mohammed Shami, with base price Rs 1 crore, sold to Rs 4.25 crore to Delhi Daredevils.

Former Pune player Bhuvneshwar Kumar sold to Sunrisers for Rs 4.25 crore.

Sunrisers gets Ishant Sharma for Rs 2.60 crore.

Ashok Dinda, with base price Rs 1 crore, sold to RCB for Rs 1.50 crore.

Australia's Mitchell Starc with base price Rs 2 crore sold to RCB for Rs 5 crore.

Bangladesh allrounder Shakib AL Hasan sold to KKR for Rs 2.80 crore.

Azhar Mahmood remains unsold today.

Sunrisers buys all-rounder Ifran Pathan at Rs 2.40 crore.  Delhi have a right to match card, but they didn’t use it.

Sri Lanka skipper Angelo Mathews goes unsold.

Former SA and CSK allrounder Albie Morkel sold to RCB at Rs 2.40 crore.

Tillakaratne Dilshan gets no takers today.

Azhar Mahmood remains unsold.

KXIP buys Sri Lankan allrounder Thisara Perera for Rs Rs 1.60 crore.

Sunrisers buy Yusuf Pathan for Rs 3.25 crore but KKR jump in and use their right to match card and keep him.

Steven Smith sold to Rajasthan Royals for Rs 4 crore

The first set of wicket keepers is over. Allrounders are up for sale now.

Sri Lanka's Kusal Perera goes unsold. His base price was Rs 50 lakh.

Australia's Matthew Wade remains unsold

Parthiv Patel sold to RCB at Rs 1.40 crore.

The wicket-keepers are up for auction.

CSK get Dwayne Smith Rs 4.50 crore. Base price of Smith Rs 1.50 crore.

Delhi Daredevils buys Manoj Tiwary for Rs 2.80 crore.

Kings XI Punjab buy back Shaun Marsh for Rs 2.20 crore.

Brad Hodge goes back to Rajasthan Royals for Rs 2.40 crore.

Robin Uthappa sold to Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs 5 crore.

Australia's David Warner bought by Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs 5.5 crore.

India opener Virender Sehwag bought by Kings XI Punjab for Rs 3.2 crore.

South Africa veteran batsman Jacques Kallis bought by Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs 5.5 crore.

England batsman Kevin Pietersen bought by Delhi Daredevils for Rs 9 crore.

 

Tamil Nadu wicket-keeper-batsman Dinesh Karthik emerged as a surprise big draw going for Rs 12.5 crore to Delhi Daredevils, which had decided not to retain a single player before the auctions.
     
Controversial batsman Kevin Pietersen, whose England career came to an abrupt end after a disastrous Ashes campaign, fetched a huge Rs 9 crore.  Pietersen was bought by Delhi Daredevils, the franchise he played for the last season.
     
Australian pacer Mitchell Johnson (Rs 6.5 crore, Kings XI Punjab), Indian opener Murali Vijay (Rs 5 crore, Delhi Daredevils), South African all-rounder Jacques Kallis (Rs 5.5 crore, Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)), Robin Uthappa (Rs 5 crore, KKR), West Indian batsman Dwayne Smith (Rs 4.5 crore, Chennai Super Kings), Amit Mishra (Rs 4.25 crore, Sunrisers Hyderabad) and Aaron Finch (Rs 4 crore, Sunrisers Hyderabad) were some of the players who triggered intense bidding wars in first three rounds of the auction.
     
514 players are going under the hammer over two days, 318 of whom are Indians, including uncapped players, who are being auctioned for the first time.
     
"It's a grand affair and every edition IPL has grown bigger. The seventh edition would be no exception, it will be grander and more entertaining for fans and franchises," IPL chairman Ranjib Biswal said before the start of the star-studded auction where Bollywood actors and business tycoons were present.
     
Actress Preity Zinta, co-owner of Kings XI Punjab, Juhi Chawla, co-owner of Kolkata Knight Riders, businessman Vijay Mallya, Nita Ambani (Mumbai Indians), cricketers Rahul Dravid (Rajasthan Royals) and Anil Kumble (Mumbai Indians) were among the celebrities present at the auction.      

Former Sri Lankan captain Mahela Jayawardene and former New Zealand skipper Ross Taylor surprisingly found no buyers. Australian wicketkeeper Matthew Wade and batsman David Hussey also suffered a similar fate. These players can come back into auction after all the rounds are over.

Yuvraj fetching such a huge price tag came as a surprise since the left-hander is no longer in the ODI team due to poor form though he was picked in the squad for the World T20 Championship in Bangladesh.
     
"The team is looking stronger with him," said RCB co-owner Vijay Mallya.
     
Similar was the case of Dinesh Karthik, who does not figure in the Indian team, but generated immense interest among the franchises.
     
At a base price of Rs 2 crore, there was a bidding war between Delhi and Hyderabad for him before KKR also jumped into the fray. But Delhi seemed persistent and in the end, outbid the other two contenders.
      
33-year-old Pietersen was always expected to be a hot pick given that he would be available all through the season post his forced retirement from international cricket.
     
So it came as no surprise that his name triggered a three-way bidding war between CSK, KXIP and Delhi. The player eventually went to Delhi, who exercised the 'Right to Match' provision to grab him being his former employers.
     
Kallis was taken by KKR through the same provision after initial bidding war between CSK and Delhi. Veteran Indian opener Virender Sehwag (base price Rs 2 crore), who had been released by Delhi, went to Kings XI Punjab for Rs 3.2 crore. The India discard's name was all set to be hammered in as unsold before Punjab bought his services fending off bids from Mumbai Indians.
     
Australian all-rounder Steve Smith was bought by Rajasthan Royals for Rs 4 crore while Sri Lankan Thisara Perera went to Kings XI Punjab for Rs 1.6 crore.
     
Hard-hitting Indian all-rounder Yusuf Pathan was re-bought by KKR for Rs 3.25 crore, South Africa's Quinton de Kock was grabbed by Delhi Daredevils for Rs 3.5 crore.
     
The players will sign a one-year contract with their respective franchises, who have the discretion to extend them by two more years.

(JPN/Agencies)

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