VIVO IPL 2020: 971 players register for auction including six Bangladeshis

Ahead of the another rampart ceremony of auction of the VIVO Indian Premier League 2020 scheduled to be occurred on December 19 in Kolkata, a near about one thousand cricketers, both capped and uncapped internationals have been registered for occasion.


Specifically the number is 971, of them, 200 are capped international players including 60 uncapped cricketers from outside India.

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73 spots are to be occupied and the franchises have their respective times until 5 p.m., December 9 to submit their shortlist of players that will compose the final auction list.

“The VIVO IPL Player Registration closed on 30th November with 971 players (713 Indian and 258 overseas players) signing up to be a part of the VIVO IPL 2020 Player Auction set to take place in Kolkata on 19th December 2019,” reports said.

Australia are the leading country in number of cricketers’ registered. They have 55 entries while South African cricketers are standing in the second on the list with 54 registered for the auction.

Besides that, 39 Sri Lankans, 34 West Indians, 24 Kiwis, 22 Englishmen and 19 Afghan players are also in up for grabbing a team in the competition.

Capped Indian (19 players)
Uncapped Indian (634 players)
Uncapped Indians who have played at least 1 IPL match (60 players)
Capped International (196 players)
Uncapped International (60 players)

Associate (2 players)

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