Who is Going to Win in Ipl? Ipl Team Analysis and New Two Teams

All the details and analysis of Indian premier league 2011.

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The 2011 World cup just ended and the cricket fans around the world have another thrilling tournament to follow. Especially for the Indian fans who are still recovering from the world cup champion madness, IPL 2011 is only expected to stretch their cricket insanity further. This year the competition is expected to be even more thrilling as the two new teams Pune Warriors and Kochi Tuskers Kerala joins the race. These 10 teams will be in for a very tight competition but will be very entertaining to watch for the crowd. The T20 format is expected to reach new heights on this year’s IPL show. However, as entertaining as this might be, this is serious business and involves millions of dollars for team owners. That’s why the player auction for 2011 gave the hint of how intense this was about to get.

The auction 2011

Well the team owners started the auction with big money in their pocket and a very talented pool to pick from. Every single team had some pre desired selection from which some they managed to hold on and some that got away. From the very beginning there were players that were eyed by pretty much every team.

The list of 2011 IPL Auction list,

 

Kings XI Punjab

* Adam Gilchrist – Rs 4.14 cr ($900,000)

* Dinesh Karthik – Rs 4.14 cr ($900,000)

* David Hussey – Rs 6.44 cr ($1.5 mn)

* Abhisek Nayar – Rs 3.68 cr ($8,00,000)

* Stuart Broad – Rs 1.84 cr ($400,000)

* Pravin Kumar – Rs 3.68 cr ($800,000)

* Ryan Harris – Rs 1.49 cr ($325,000)

* Piyush Chawla – Rs 4.14 cr ($900,000)

* Shaun Marsh – Rs 1.84 cr ($400,000)

Rajasthan Royals

Pankaj Singh – $95,000

* Shaun Tait – $300,000

* Ross Taylor – Rs 4.6 cr ($1 million)

* Rahul Dravid – Rs 2.3 cr ($500,000)

* Johan Botha – Rs 4.37 cr ($950,000)

* Paul Collingwood – Rs 1.15 cr ($2,50,000)

Retained players 

Shane Warne

Shane Watson

Team Kochi

* John Hastings – $20,000

* Michael Klinger – $75,000

* Owais Shah – $200,000

* Stephen O’Keefe – $20,000

* Vinay Kumar – $475,000

* Thisara Perera – $80,000

* Mahela Jayawardene – Rs 6.75 cr ($1.5 million)

* VVS Laxman – Rs 1.84 cr ($400,000)

* Brendon McCullum – Rs 2.18 cr ($475,000)

* S Sreesanth – Rs 4.14 cr ($900,000)

* RP Singh – Rs 2.3 cr ($500,000)

* Parthiv Patel – Rs 1.33 cr ($290,000)

* Ravindra Jadeja – Rs 4.37 cr ($950,000)

* Steven Smith – Rs 92 lakh ($2,00,000)

* Ramesh Powar – Rs 82.8 lakh ($1,80,000)

* Brad Hodge – Rs 1.95 cr ($4,25,000)

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6 Comments
  1. Posted April 21, 2011 at 10:19 am

    nice post

  2. Posted April 21, 2011 at 8:20 pm

    Interesting and expensive. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Posted April 21, 2011 at 9:12 pm

    Thanks for sharing!

  4. Posted April 22, 2011 at 1:47 am

    Really surprised to see Tamim and Chris Gayle ignored.

  5. Posted April 22, 2011 at 9:52 am

    thank you all for your comments :) i know lot of you are not much familiar with cricket

  6. Posted May 20, 2011 at 9:21 pm

    I love KKR and I love Shakib Al Hasan. KKR will Champion.

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