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These 3 big players can be sold only at base price, auction will be held on December 19


IPL 2024: Franchises have started preparations for the next season of the Indian Premier League i.e. IPL. The auction for IPL 2024 will be organized in Dubai on December 19. All the 10 IPL teams have deposited money in their respective purses for this auction. All these teams will spend money on some players and will also be stingy in hiring some players. In this article, we will talk about some such foreign players from 3 different countries, who are finding it difficult to sell in this IPL auction, and if they are sold, they will not be able to get more than the base price.

Steve Smith – Australia

Steve Smith, the former captain of the Australian cricket team and one of the most important players in all three formats, has even captained the IPL several times. At one time, IPL teams used to spend a lot of money on him, but this time it seems difficult to sell him in the IPL auction. In such a situation, if he remains unsold in the IPL 2024 auction, then perhaps he will be able to be sold only for his base price i.e. Rs 2 crore. The base price of Steve Smith is Rs 2 crore, and at this price only a team like Chennai Super Kings or Delhi Capitals can buy him.

Mohammad Nabi – Afghanistan

Afghanistan’s experienced player and former captain Mohammad Nabi is also included in this list. Mohammad Nabi is an all-rounder. He does middle order batting and off spin bowling. If his form is good, he can be the most important player for the team, but Mohammad Nabi’s form in the recently concluded World Cup was completely useless. For this reason, it seems almost certain that he will remain unsold in the IPL, but if any team buys him, it will probably buy him only at the base price. His base price is Rs 1.5 crore.

Rassie van der Dussen – South Africa

The condition of this South African middle order batsman is also similar. Although Rasi had played good innings in some matches during the ODI World Cup, quality alone is not enough to fetch a big price in the IPL. He has not done anything special in the matches played in IPL so far, and in this time’s auction he has registered himself at the base price of Rs 2 crore. In such a situation, it seems almost certain that he will go unsold, but even if any team needs his role, it would want to buy him only at his base price.

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