List of All the 111 Players to be auctioned for IPL

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Pietersen leads list of 111 players for auction
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Michael Clarke is the star attraction among the Australians after missing the previous edition of the IPL PA Photos

The IPL has announced an exhaustive list of 111 overseas players who will be considered for the second auction in Goa on February 6. Not surprisingly, Australians dominate the list (27) while the big difference from last year's edition is the addition of 19 England players, a number that would have even higher but for the late withdrawal of Shaun Udal.
Each franchise has a maximum of US$2m to spend on their overseas signings in the auction, which gets underway on February 6, and it is likely that only about 16 players - or two per franchise - will be chosen out of the 111.
The England players will be available for a three-week window in the tournament for the next two years, with Kevin Pietersen the star attraction. Pietersen's base price has been pegged at US$1.35m, and it is expected that he will top Mahendra Singh Dhoni's US$1.5m salary, currently the highest in the league. Veterans like Dominic Cork and Darren Gough also figure in the list.
"We are extremely happy with the interest the league has garnered globally," said Lalit Modi, the IPL commissioner, "and look forward to the action at the second player auction in Goa.
"I think it's important for world cricket and for the IPL that the English players are participating," he told Sky Sports News. "I think that they are all very, very good players. Some are batting players and some are players who have great experience behind them and I think it will be very good for the second edition of the IPL.
"The prices are based upon the 14 league games. If they play 10 of the 14 games they get paid according to ratio. If they play seven they get half."
Modi said the demand for England's top stars would be high. "If you look at the base price it's close to US$250,000 and US$350,000 a week for each week he [Pietersen] plays, which is comparable to the top soccer players around the world," he told Setanta Sports News. "Andrew Flintoff has a minimum base price of US$950,000, but he'll probably go for a higher figure. It'll be quite competitive. All the teams can afford it. Everyone's trying to get England's top players in their team."

List of players for second auction
Australia: Brad Haddin, Michael Clarke, Nathan Hauritz, Stuart Clark, Brad Hogg, Beau Casson, Mark Cameron, Peter Forrest, Lee Carseldine, Doug Bollinger, Michael Dighton, Jason Krejza, Nathan Reardon, Chris Hartley, Shaun Tait, Ashley Noffke, Bryce McGain, George Bailey, Travis Birt, Michael Hill, Chris Swan, Michael Klinger, Ben Edmondson, Aiden Blizzard, Mark Cosgrove, Adam Voges, Shane Harwood

England: Kevin Pietersen, Andrew Flintoff, Steve Harmison, Ravi Bopara, Monty Panesar, Robert Key, James Foster, Sajid Mahmood, Matt Prior, Ian Bell, Paul Collingwood, Owais Shah, Darren Gough, Ryan Sidebottom, Graeme Swann, Luke Wright, James Anderson, Ed Joyce, Dominic Cork

Bangladesh: Shakib Al Hasan, Mohammad Ashraful, Mashrafe Mortaza, Tamim Iqbal, Junaid Siddique, Mehrab Hossain jnr, Rajin Saleh, Ziaur Rehman, Mahmudullah, Mushfiqur Rahim, Raqibul Hasan, Nadif Chowdhury

New Zealand: Mark Gillespie, Tim Southee, Jesse Ryder, Jeetan Patel, Kyle Mills, Chris Martin, Jamie How, Peter Fulton, James Franklin

Pakistan: Asim Kamal, Mohammad Hafeez, Yasir Hameed, Danish Kaneria, Yasir Arafat

South Africa: Gulam Bodi, Rory Kleinveldt, Charl Langeveldt, Ashwell Prince, JP Duminy, Martin van Jaarsveld, Roelof van der Merwe, Andre Nel, Neil McKenzie, Yusuf Abdullah, Paul Harris, Johan Botha, Morne van Wyk, Tyron Henderson

Sri Lanka: Thilan Thushara, Nuwan Kulasekara, Mahela Udawatte, Dammika Prasad, Thilina Kandamby, Kaushalya Weeraratne, Jehan Mubarak, Dilhara Lokuhettige, Malinga Bandara, Malinda Warnapura, Michael Vandort, Prasanna Jayawardene, Upul Tharanga, Kaushal Lokuarachchi, Jeevantha Kulatunga

West Indies: Sylvester Joseph, Darren Sammy, Andre Fletcher, Kieron Pollard, Kieran Powell, Fidel Edwards, Dwayne Smith, Kemar Roach

Zimbabwe: Vusi Sibanda





The main names to look for in these are :-



Interesting names from a preliminary official auction list that is being pruned and updated

Australia: Brad Haddin, Michael Clarke, Nathan Hauritz, Stuart Clark, Brad Hogg, Beau Casson, Jason Krejza and Shaun Tait.

England: Kevin Pietersen, Andrew Flintoff, Paul Collingwood, Owais Shah, Stuart Broad, Samit Patel, Shaun Udal, Darren Gough, Ryan Sidebottom, Ravi Bopara, Monty Panesar, Robert Key, James Foster.

South Africa: Gulam Bodi, Charl Langeveldt, JP Duminy, Paul Harris.

Pakistan: Asim Kamal, Yasir Hameed.

New Zealand: Mark Gillespie, Tim Southee, Jesse Ryder, Jeetan Patel.

Bangladesh: Shakib Al Hasan, Mashrafe Mortaza.

Sri Lanka: Thilan Thushara, Nuwan Kulasekara, Jehan Mubarak, Malinga Bandara, Upul Tharanga.
West Indies: Darren Sammy, Andre Fletcher.



Looks like IPL 2 is gonna be a bigger hit with all the remaining players of the world coming to India, I hope Delhi gets Ravi Bopara and Punjab gets Montay Panesar.......
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It will be a ripper. I can't wait for it to start.

By the way, posting the link might have been a better option. Would have saved you considerable time.
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Looking for Ravi Bopara, Monty Panesar, Samit Patel and Mark Ramprakash


and yeah for other Indians Palying in other teams too like jeetan Patel for New Zealand etc...

Also looking for whole English team too..... mainly peitersen
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No problem LilBoy BigTown... I like it like that..
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Ramprakash freed for IPL
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January 30, 2009



Mark Ramprakash exchanges words with Murray Goodwin last season. Goodwin's former captain, Chris Adams, is now Surrey's manager Getty Images

Mark Ramprakash has been given permission by Surrey to play in the IPL and will now take his place in the February 6 auction in Goa.
There is a current list of 111 players lined up to be bought, but that will be trimmed down in the coming days. If Ramprakash is successful in finding a deal he will miss the first month of the English domestic season before returning for the Friends Provident Trophy match against Gloucestershire on May 13, meaning he would be available for four weeks of the IPL which begins on April 10.
The No Obligation Certificate (NOC) offered by Surrey follows swiftly from Ramprakash signing a new two-year deal with the club earlier today, meaning he will still be playing first-class cricket well into his 42nd year, despite intimating at the end of last season that he might move on from The Oval.
Ramprakash last year became the 25th batsman to score a hundred first-class hundreds, joining the likes of Sir Jack Hobbs, Sir Donald Bradman, Sir Viv Richards and Geoff Boycott. At the end of the 2008 season, in which Surrey were relegated in the Championship, Ramprakash said he didn't "really want to finish my career in Division Two", but now that Surrey's management has been shaken up - Chris Adams, the former Sussex captain, joined in the winter as manager - Ramprakash is staying put.
"I have had a fantastic career up until now but still feel like I have much more to give," he said. "There are a huge amount of runs left in me and I look forward to helping shape a new era of Surrey cricket, both at the crease and in the dressing room. Surrey have a number of exciting young batsmen and it's now down to me and other experienced players at the club to work with the management team to help them use their talent and succeed in the professional game."
Adams added: "Mark's record in recent years has been simply staggering and I am over the moon that he has decided to extend his career with us," he said. "Statistics like those he has accumulated throughout his career simply do not lie and I look forward to watching him score thousands more runs and working with him to secure Surrey's future as a successful club for many years to come."
Ramprakash has been in prolific form over the past few seasons, averaging in excess of 100 in 2006 and 2007. He topped last year's averages for Surrey again, with 1235 runs at 61.75.
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Pietersen to get $1.3 million base price in IPL


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The bidding for Kevin Pietersen will start at $1.3 million Getty Images

Kevin Pietersen could become the IPL's highest-paid cricketer when he goes on sale at the auction on February 6 with a base price of $1.3 million, according to a newspaper report. Chennai Super Kings' Mahendra Singh Dhoni is currently the league's most expensive player: he was bought for $1.5 million after having a base price of $400,000.
Daily Telegraph reported that, apart from Pietersen, Andrew Flintoff has been valued at $900,000, while the base price for other England players, though it is yet to be decided, is unlikely to be higher than $250,000. England's centrally-contracted players will be available for only 21 days of the 2009 IPL season and will be paid on a pro-rata basis.
Dominic Cork, Sajid Mahmood, Ed Joyce, Darren Gough, Rob Key and James Foster were some of the other players who were added to the auction list sent to the franchise owners, the report said.
Related reports claimed that Michael Clarke, the Australia vice-captain, will be listed for the auction at a base price of $ 1 million. However, the Australian newspaper reported that Clarke was yet to decide on his participation in the IPL.
Senior IPL officials, however, refused to confirm the figures that have been reported and said that the final list of players, including their base prices, was still being finalised. "It would be premature to talk figures now as we are still in the final stages of negotiations with various players," an IPL official told Cricinfo. The official said that a clear picture would emerge in a day or two.
The IPL has fixed $2 million as the maximum amount a franchise can spend at the auction.
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1.3 Million $$ is a huge amount... Peitersen can buy a island with that much money....
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IPL is gonna start in april... Cant wait till then... I am supporting Rajasthan again just like last time... though i sub-support Delhi daredevils, Punjab kings and Kolkata Knight Riders too....
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kolkata has got mortaza for a whopping $600,000.
is he worth it?
i think so.
but it is a great boost for the fledgling bangaladesh cricket team.

sincerely hope, dada has been doing his homework about 20/20.
doubt warne will repeat a slam, bang this IPL year.



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I thought the government said No Pakistani players in the IPL this season; is it true?
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so says the pakistani government as well -
but lets see... too much cash involved.
and then again - too much security if the pakistanis do come.

england and south africa are the prime players for this season though.
thought kolkata would get flintoff - oh well



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pity nobody's talking hockey.
we're playing so frickin well.
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Could it be because everbody's playing hooky ?
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I like the Govt. Decision to ban Pakistani players from IPL... They deserved it after 26/11

and well i am surpriced just like you brishti over mortaza... Juhi chawla was telling in news today that sharukh khan was very keen on buying murtaza and he was talking on phone with juhi...

I think this had to do something with the market in bangladesh... as kolkata night riders is a bengali team it would be easier now to sell their stuff in bangladesh with mortaza as their brand ambessedor... they would sell t-shirts and other stuff and their TRP's will increase too......

well I am very happy with the purchase of Peitersan and Flintoff... they both are my fav. players and i would love to see both playing in IPL.. and Flintoff playing in captaincy of dhoni...... ( that would be really interesting )

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