The IPL 2021 players auction will take place on February 18th in Chennai.© Twitter
Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) will participate in the IPL 2021 players auction that will take place in Chennai on February 18, with the largest purse of all franchises. The Punjab franchise has a salary limit of Rs 53.20 crore, with nine slots available, including five foreign slots. Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) and SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) are the least favorably placed for the player auction, with a salary cap of Rs 10.75 crore. KKR has eight slots available, two of which are overseas slots. SRH, on the other hand, has three slots available for player additions, one of which is an overseas slot.
Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) enjoy the largest wallet after KXIP, with a salary cap of Rs 35.90 crore. The Bangalore franchise has 13 player slots available, four of which are overseas slots.
RCB is followed by Rajasthan Royals (RR) with a salary cap of Rs 34.85 crore. The Rajasthan-based franchise has eight slots available, three of which are overseas slots.
Chennai Super Kings (CSK) is the next name on the list. The MS-Dhoni led has a salary limit of Rs 22.90 crore. CSK has slots for seven players, one of which is an overseas slot.
Mumbai Indians (MI) and Delhi Capitals (DC) are the two remaining teams with a better budget than KKR and SRH. While the Rohit Sharma-led Mumbai-based franchise enjoys a salary cap of Rs 15.35 crore, DC has an amount of Rs 12,9018 crore in their cat.
MI has seven slots available for players, four of which are overseas slots. The Delhi-based franchise has six slots available, two of which are overseas slots.
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