Top 5 highest buys in the IPL 2021 auction

It has just been 3 months since the IPL 2020 final on 10th November where Mumbai Indians clinched their 5th IPL title, and here we are already talking about the 14th edition of IPL.

The IPL 2021 will be as per regular schedule, i.e. it will start in March-April like all the previous years. Before the commencement of the tournament, they had a mini-auction for the 8 franchises.

The IPL 2021 Player Auction was held today in Chennai from 3 pm IST. So here, we take a look at the top 5 highest buys in the auction.

5. Krishnappa Dowtham

Bought by: Chennai Super Kings (CSK)
Price: INR 9.25 crores

4. Jhye Richardson

- Advertisement -720x200

Bought by: Punjab Kings (PBKS)
Price: INR 14 crores

3. Glenn Maxwell

Bought by: Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)
Price: INR 14.25 crores

2. Kyle Jamieson

Bought by: Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)
Price: INR 15 crores

1. Chris Morris

Bought by: Rajasthan Royals (RR)
Price: INR 16.25 crores

Rahul Roy
I am a computer guy by profession and a sports fanatic by choice.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Related Articles

Stay Connected


Hot Topics


Latest Articles


Lenovo Legion 5 Pro with up to AMD Ryzen 7 5800H & RTX 3070 available in Germany for €1,799

Lenovo's Legion gaming laptop series is exceptional for professional and casual gaming; among them, the Legion 5 model is one of the most "value...

Apple’s new 16-inch MacBook Pro might not get the M1X treatment

Apple will soon be launching its new MacBook Pro models which will be powered by the new silicon which the Cupertino giant is currently...

All the upcoming Indian Web Series in March 2021

As the situation is under control so many new Indian web series are going to launch in March.  The OTT platforms have tried their...

Early Intel Core i7-11700K benchmarks show it is slower than AMD Ryzen 7 5800X

Intel is all set to launch its new Rocket Lake-S desktop CPUs in the coming days, and as we reported recently, Mindfactory is openly admitting...