As it happened: IPL 2018 Auction, Day two

Catch all the live updates from the second day of the IPL 2018 auction as the eight teams continue their fierce battle on the table.

The Indian Premier League trophy. The second day of the auctions for the 2018 league is underway in Bengaluru on Sunday.   -  K.V.S. Giri

Good morning. We have had a superb first day of the Indian Premier League auctions, which had no dearth of surprises. It is time for the hammer to go down on the second and final day of the auctions for the cash-rich glitzy league.

In case you had missed out on what happened on Saturday, click here to know more about it, who were the players sold, the purse remaining and more.

Here is a sneak-peek of some of the big players who were sold on day one.

An auction is all about surprises. There were some big names who were unsold and this article gives you a summary of some of the unsold players.

Who said what? Click here to know more about it.

All the eight franchises used the 'Right to Match' card to perfection on day one. To read what kind of an impact it had on the auctions, click here.

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That is it. What a humdinger of two days we have had. All the eight teams must be happy with their buys. Thank you for tuning in for two days. It is now over to the Indian Premier Legaue.

The last player to be auctioned for the 2018 Indian Premier League season is Javon Searles for 30 lakhs to Kolkata Knight Riders.

Kings XI Punjab takes Manzoor Dar at his base price of 20 lakhs.

Jack Wildermuth remains unsold still.

Mumbai Indians take Nidheesh Chandran for 20 lakhs.

Dushmantha Chameera is sold to Rajasthan Royals for 50 lakhs, in the third attempt.

Afghanistan's Najibullah Zadran is called back. He remains unsold and so is Umar Mir.

Baba Aparajith, Vikas Tokas, Ashoke Dinda, Pratyush Singh, Baba Indrajith come into the auctions again. They find no bidders and remain unsold.

Varun Aaron remains unsold again.

Martin Guptill isn't as lucky as Gayle. He remains unsold, for the third time.

 

Chris Gayle comes first. Third time lucky for the West Indian. He goes to Kings XI Punjab for 2 crores.

We are back and we will have some of the players come again for the bids.

We are slipping into a short break after a marathon auction in the second session. We will have some more players who would come back another time and hope to find teams. We will be back soon with those details. Stay tuned!

Pavan Deshpande goes to Royal Challengers Bangalore for 20 lakhs.

Rajasthan Royals buys Aryaman Vikram Birla for 30 lakhs.

Jatin Saxena sold for 20 lakhs to Rajasthan Royals.

Sagar Trivedi finds no bidders again. He remains unsold.

Chennai Super Kings adds Chaitanya Bishnoi in its squad for 20 lakhs.

Monu Singh goes to Chennai Super Kings for 20 lakhs.

Afghanistan's Gulbadin Naib and Australia's Jack Wildermuth find no bidders the second time too.

Chennai Super Kings take Kshitiz Sharma for his base price of 20 lakhs.

Sunrisers Hyderabad successfully bids for Mehdi Hasan for 20 lakhs.

Mohsin Khan goes to Mumbai Indians for 20 lakhs.

Mahipal Lomror is sold to Rajasthan Royals for 20 lakhs.

Chennai Super Kings adds England's Mark Wood in its squad for 1.50 crores.

Second time unlucky for Lalit Yadav, Hardik Desai, V. Athisayaraj, Sadiq Kirmani, Chirag Gandhi, Akash Bhandari, Himmat Singh, Nidheesh Dinesan. They remain unsold again.

Ankul Roy will don the Mumbai Indians jersey for 20 lakhs.

KXIP buys Mayank Dagar for 20 Lakhs.

KXIP enters the bid at 20 Lakhs.

Mayank Dagar is now back for the second time.

Thisara Perera, Jhye Richardson, Dane Paterson, Kesrick Williams, Dushmantha Chameera go unsold.

Pradeep Sahu goes to Kings XI Punjab for 20 lakhs.

Akila Dhananjaya goes to Mumbai Indians for 50 lakh.

Rajasthan Royals take Ben Laughlin for 50 lakhs.

New Zealand's Tom Latham, Luke Ronchi fail to find bidders again, for the second time.

Mumbai Indians opens the bid for Mayank Markande and take him for his base price of 20 lakh.

West Indies' Johnson Charles, England's David Willey remain unsold.

Delhi Daredevils take Sayan Ghosh for 20 lakh.

Bipul Sharma is sold for 20 lakh to Sunrisers Hyderabad.

Nothing changes for Pravin Dubey, C.M. Gautam, Yuraj Chudasama, Mihir Hirwani, Varun Aaron, R. Samarth, Eklavya Dwivedi, Smit Patel, Vikas Tokas. No bidders the second time and they all remain unsold.

We have the South African speedster, Dale Steyn again. He remains unsold.

Corey Anderson trying his luck for the second time. No bidders for the Kiwi.

We have Shaun Marsh again. He doesn't find any bidders.

R. Sai Kishore comes up next. Tough luck for him as he goes unsold the second time.

Aditya Tare next. Mumbai Indians at 20 lakhs take Tare into its fold.

Nikhil Naik comes back for the second time. But luck doesn't favour him and he remains unsold.

Rajasthan with the first and last bid and Chopra will play for RR for 20 lakhs

Prashant Chopra comes up next.

Mumbai Indians with the opening bid of 20 lakhs and he is sold to MI at his base price.

We have uncapped batsman, Siddhesh Lad now.

Another Kiwi Ish Sodhi under the hammer. No bidding for him. He remains unsold.

Royal Challengers Bangalore with the opening and closing bid of 1 crore for Southee and he will don the RCB colours.

New Zealand's Tim Southee is up next.

 

No more bidders and Johnson goes to KKR.

KKR opens the bid at base price 2 crores.

Next up is Australian speedster Mitchell Johnson.

That remains the highest bid and Parthiv Patel will play for RCB.

We have Royal Challengers Bangalore bidding at 1.7 crore for the wicketkeeper.

Mumbai Indians and Rajasthan Royals bidding for Patel.

Parthiv Patel is up next.

Naman Ojha goes to Delhi Daredevils for 1.40 crore.

Delhi Daredevils follows suit.

Rajasthan opens the bid with 75 lakhs.

Wicketkeeper Naman Ojha now.

 

Chennai bids for Sam Billings, at his base price of 1 crore. No more bids and Sam Billings will don the yellow jersey.

Sam Billings now.

 

Chennai Super Kings with a bid of 2 crore. No further bidding and Vijay is sold to Chennai Super Kings.

We have Murali Vijay now.

No bidders for the New Zealand player too. He remains unsold too.

Martin Guptill is up next.

This seems unfortunate for the West Indian. No bidders for the second time also. He remains unsold.

Chris Gayle under the hammer now.

We have a list of 64 unsold players that was submitted by all teams in the break. These players will go under the hammer again.

Madley is in all readiness and so are the teams and so are we. We are all set for the second session.

Nehraji's Very Very Special interaction.

 

 

We break for lunch. See you on the other side, in a bit.

That brings us to the end of what was a marathon morning session.

Rajasthan Royals adds MS Midhun to its squad for 20 lakh.

Anirudha Joshi is in next and RCB snaps him for 20 lakh.

With lunch on everyone's mind, Michael Neser, Jack Wildermuth, Monu Singh, Fabid Ahmed, Akhil Herwadkar, Sagar Trivedi, Anthony Dhas, Aryaman Birla, Shubham Ranjane, Utkarsh Singh get no bidders.

Veteran Rajat Bhatia is up next. The purses are thinner and he finds no takers too.

None of the franchises are interested in Kesrick Williams, Mark Wood, David Wiese, Kyle Abbott, Dushmantha Chameera, Mehdi Hasan, Thomas Helm, Aaron Summers, Ben Wheelers and Madley runs through the names and the players remain unsold in the auction.

South Africa's Andile Phehlukwayo finds no takers and so does Dane Paterson.

Vivek Singh, Lalit Yadav, Amit Mishra, Athisayaraj, Chirag Gandhi, Riyan Parag, Himmat Singh, Kshitiz Sharma remain unsold.

Kanishk Seth and Dhruv Shorey go to Chennai Super Kings for 20 lakhs each.

Ankul Roy remains unsold.

Sharad Lumba goes to Mumbai Indians for 20 lakhs, his base price.

Joel Paris goes unsold.

Chennai Super Kings has the opening and closing bid for Ngidi at 50 lakhs.

South Africa's Lungisani Ngidi is in line next.

We have Morne Morkel up next and surprisingly we have no takers for Morkel.

There is a lull as Abhishek Sakuja, Andre Fletcher, Jason Holder, Thisara Perera, Jon-Jon Smuts, Sheldon Cottrell, Marchant de Lange, Matt Henry, Abhimanyu Mithun all find no bidders and takers.

No one else is interested and Sandeep Lamichhane goes to Delhi Daredevils for 20 lakhs. The first Nepal player in the Indian Premier League. 

Delhi Daredevils with the opening bid of 20 lakhs.

Nepal's Sandeep Lamichhane is next.

Vikas Tokas is next in line and remains unsold.

Ishan Porel is comes up next and finds no bidders.

Asif K M goes to Chennai Super Kings for 40 lakhs.

Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians in the fray.

Asif K M is next.

Kings XI Punjab wins the bid for Ben Dwarshuis for 1.4 crores.

Both Rajasthan and Kings XI taking their time and increasing the bids for Dwarshuis.

Priety and Sehwag too break into a serious conversation and end up in a laughter. The bid is now at 90 lakhs.

A lengthy discussion in the Rajasthan table.

Rajasthan Royals in the fray.

KXIP with the opening bid of 20 lakhs.

Ben Dwarshuis, from Australia, is going under the hammer next.

Mahesh Rawat finds no takers.

Another wicketkeeper Smit Patel is in the line next. He goes unsold.

Sreevats Goswami will play for Sunrisers Hyderabad for 1 crore.

At the 1 crore mark, RCB pulls out.

Royal Challengers Bangalore joins.

Sunrisers Hyderabad opens the bidding for young wicketkeeper Sreevats Goswami.

Atit Sheth and Shashank Singh find no takers.

Akshdeep Nath will play for Kings XI Punjab for 1 crore.

Royal Challengers Bangalore comes in.

Mumbai pulls out at 50 lakhs.

Mumbai Indians and Kings XI Punjab in the bidding race.

Akshdeep Nath under the hammer now. His base price is 20 lakh.

Shreyas Gopal is in next. The opening bid and closing bid is for 20 lakhs and he will play for Rajasthan Royals.

Dhillon goes to Mumbai Indians for 55 lakhs.

Mumbai and Rajasthan in the fray.

Tajinder Dhillon is in next. 

Cameron Delport is under the hammer now. He goes to Kolkata Knight Riders for 30 lakhs.

Deepak Chahar goes to Chennai Super Kings for 80 lakhs.

CSK comes back into the bidding at 70 lakhs.

CSK pulls out of the bidding at 50 lakhs. Delhi Daredevils enters the fray.

Preity Zinta and Virender Sehwag join the bidding.

Chennai Super Kings with the opening bid of 20 lakhs.

Deepak Chahar is in next.

Virat Singh, Amandeep Khare, Baba Aparajith remain unsold.

Harpreet Bhatia finds no takers along with Unmukt Chand.

Sunrisers Hyderabad with the lone bid of 20 lakhs for Tanmay Agarwal.

 

Andrew Tye goes to Kings XI Punjab for 7.2 crores.

CSK pulls out of the bid at 7.2 crore.

KKR pulls out at 2.6 crore and Chennai Super Kings joins the race with KXIP.

Kolkata Knight Riders in the fray too.

Kings XI opens the bid, at his base price of 1 crore.

Andrew Tye is next on line.

Just one bidder in Sunrisers Hyderabad and he is sold at his base price of 50 lakhs.

Billy Stanlake is next.

 

Barinder Sran is sold to Kings XI Punjab for 2.2 crores.

Chennai Super Kings joins the bidding race for Sran.

Intense bidding from the Ambani and Zinta camp and the bids cross the 1 crore mark.

Mumbai Indians opens the bidding, at his base price of 50 lakhs, and Kings XI Punjab follows suit.

Barinder Sran is up next.

Adam Milne comes up next. He goes unsold too.

Tymal Mills is the next bowler in the auction. The entire room is quiet and remains unsold. He was one of the costliest players for RCB last year.

Ben Laughlin is up next. He is unsold too.

Lockie Ferguson to go under the hammer. No bidding for Ferguson and he is unsold.

Jason Behrendorff goes to Mumbai Indians for 1.5 crores.

Mumbai ups the bidding.

The Kings XI table in an animated discussion and pulls out.

Kings XI comes in. Kolkata too in the fray.

Mumbai Indians with the bid, opening at 1 crore.

Jason Behrendorff in the line next.

We have Sreenath Aravind next in line. He remains unsold too.

Luke Ronchi finds no takers too and so does Varun Aaron.

Nothing changes as the whole auction room is silent and Kusal Perera goes unsold too.

We have David Willey next. He remains unsold and so is Tom Latham.

Chennai Super Kings opens the bidding for Mitchell Santner. With no competition, Santner will play for CSK for 50 lakhs.

Rovman Powell remains unsold.

Sunrisers Hyderabad with the opening bid of 1 crore. No more bidders and SRH secures the services of Jordan.

Chris Jordan, the all-rounder from England, is next in line.

John Hastings is next. And, he is unsold.

And, that remains the only bid and Duminy is sold to Mumbai Indians for 1 crore.

Mumbai Indians with the opening bid of 1 crore for Duminy.

Next in line is Jean-Paul Duminy.

Aiden Markram, Ashton Agar, Hilton Cartwright go unsold.

Zahir Khan Pakteen goes to Mumbai Indians for 60 lakhs.

Mumbai Indians in the fray.

Rajasthan Royals with the opening bid of 20 lakhs.

We have Zahir Khan Pakteen is next in the list.

N. Jagadeesan is next in the list. With just one bid from Chennai Super Kings, Jagadeesan goes to Chennai Super Kings for 20 lakhs.

C.M. Gautham and Mihir Hirwani find no bidders.

No takers for Nicholas Pooran too.

Charles Johnson is the next player in the list. He goes unsold and so does Niroshan Dickwella.

We have the wicketkeepers next.

We are back in action!

The high octane auctions needs a breather and we are just stepping away for a 15-minute break. Stay tuned.

Last uncapped fast bowler is Nathu Singh. No bids and Nathu Singh remains unsold.

Rajasthan Royals with the opening bid of 30 lakhs. No more takers and Anureet will play for Rajasthan Royals.

Anureet Singh Kathuria is next in line.

Pradeep Sangwan goes to Mumbai Indians for 1.5 crores.

The Delhi table in a deep discussion.

Sangwan breaches the 1-crore mark.

Mumbai joins the bidding.

Delhi Daredevils with the first bid. His base price is 30 lakhs.

Pradeep Sangwan under the hammer now.

Sayan Ghosh is next. He is unsold too.

Ishwar Pandey is the first in the set. He remains unsold.

Next up is uncapped fast bowlers.

Last from the set is Swapnil Singh. No one has Swapnil on their set and he is unsold too.

We have Bipul Sharma next. And, he is unsold.

Abhishek Sharma will play for Delhi Daredevils for 55 lakhs.

Sunrisers Hyderabad and Delhi Daredevils with the bids.

Abhishek Sharma under the hammer now.

Pravin Dubey is next. No takers for the all-rounder and he is unsold.

 

Shivam Mavi is sold for 3 crores to Kolkata Knight Riders.

Mumbai Indians joins the bidding with a 2.8 crore bid.

At a 2.2 crore bid, Delhi takes some time for a discussion.

Continuous bidding for Mavi and he breaches the 1.5-crore mark from his base price of 20 lakhs.

Delhi Daredevils and Kolkata Knight Riders get into the act.

Shivam Mavi is the next.

Rajasthan Royals with the opening bid for 20 lakhs. No more bids and Ankit Sharma is a part of the Rajasthan Royals setup for the next IPL.

Ankit Sharma is the first uncapped all-rounder from the set.

We have uncapped all-rounders next.

Delhi Daredevils opens the bid with his base price of 20 lakhs. No more bids and Delhi Daredevils secure Kalra's services.

Manjot Kalra is the last from this lot to go under the hammer.

With no more bids, Sachin Baby will play for Sunrisers Hyderabad.

Sunrisers Hyderabad with the opening bid for Sachin at 20 lakhs. 

Sachin Baby is next.

Rinku Singh will play for Kolkata Knight Riders for 80 lakhs.

Mumbai Indians and KKR in the fray.

Rinku Singh is up next.

Just one bid for Apoorv Wankhade from KKR for 20 lakhs.

Anmolpreet Singh is the first player from the lot. He is unsold.

Next set is the young uncapped batsman.

It is Tabraiz Shamsi next. No one wants Shamsi too. He is unsold.

India's Pragyan Ojha to go under the hammer next. No bidders for Ojha and he is unsold too.

Australian Fawad Ahmed is next in line. No takers for Fawad and he goes unsold too.

Next up is Australian spinner Nathan Lyon. He goes unsold at this stage.

 

Kings XI Punjab secures the services of Mujeeb Zadran for 4 crores.

Delhi Daredevils decides to pull out from the bid.

Kings XI in a discussion too.

The Delhi Daredevils team in a huddle on the table.

From his base price of 50 lakhs, Zadran breaches the 2-crore mark in a jiffy.

Delhi and Kings XI Punjab with the bidding for the Afghan player.

Mujeeb Zadran is the first player.

We have the next set, the spinners.

In a surprise, no takers for the South African speedster. We won't be seeing the 'Steyn Remover' in the Indian Premier League 2018 as he goes unsold.

Dale Steyn is the next player in.

Chennai Super Kings secures the services of Shardul Thakur for 2.6 crores.

One bid and Mumbai pulls out.

At 2.2 crores, KXIP pulls out and Mumbai gets in.

Kings XI Punjab joins the bidding for Thakur.

CSK and KKR again with the bids. His base price is 75 lakhs.

Shardul Thakur is next to go under the hammer.

Boult will play for Delhi Daredevils for 2.2 crores.

SRH pulls out. Delhi Daredevils joins the bidding.

Sunrisers and Mumbai pounce on the bids in a flash.

Trent Boult is next to go under the hammer.

 

Rajasthan Royals wins the bid for Jaydev Unadkat for 11.5 crores. That is a whopping bid.

After an animated discussion, Kings XI pulls out.

In a surprise, Rajasthan Royals enters the bid and bids for 11.5 crores.

Chennai Super Kings is out of the bid at 11 crores.

Priety Zinta takes the hammer and bids for 10 crores.

Chennai Super Kings seems desperate for a fast bowler.

From a base price of 1.5 crores, Unadkat breaches the 6-crore mark instantly.

Kings XI in the hunt too.

Chennai Super Kings starts the bidding process.

Jadev Undakat is the next bowler to be auctioned.

RCB wins the bid for Nathan Coulter-Nile at 2.2 crores.

Kings XI Punjab joins the bidding.

RCB opens the bid at 1.5 crores.

Nathan Coulter-Nile is next.

 

Mohd. Siraj will play for RCB for 2.6 crores.

KXIP and RCB in a bidding war now! This is getting interesting.

RCB enters at 2.2 crores, CSK's out.

Mumbai opts out now.

CSK enters the bid!

Mumbai and KKR in a bidding war.

Mohammed Siraj in next

KKR snaps up Kumar for 1 crore.

Next up, Vinay Kumar

Sandeep Sharma will don the Hyderabad jersey this season, sold to SRH for 3 crores.

SRH joins at 3 crores.

Kings XI Punjab joins the race.

KKR with the opening bid of 50 lakhs.

Sandeep Sharma is next in line.

Chennai Super Kings with the highest bid of 2.4 crores but KXIP uses the RTM option and Mohit Sharma remains with Kings XI Punjab.

KKR pulls out at Chennai's bid of 2.4 crores.

Chennai Super Kings in the fray too.

Kings XI Punjab can use the RTM option for Mohit.

KKR opens the bid for Mohit.

Mohit Sharma to go under the hammer next.

Royal Challengers Bangalore with the highest bid for Kulkarni at 75 lakhs but RR retains him with the RTM option.

Rajasthan Royals has the RTM card.

KKR and RCB in the fray.

Dhawal Kulkarni is the first in the lot.

We will have the capped fast bowlers next.

Rishi Dhawan is the next player. No bids for the all-rounder and he is unsold.

Nabi will join his compatriot Rashid Khan at Sunrisers Hyderabad for 1 crore.

KKR pulls out at 1 crore.

SRH opens the bid, at 50 lakhs. KKR comes in too.

Afghanistan's Mohammed Nabi is the next.

Ben Cutting will play for Mumbai Indians for 2.2 crores.

And, SRH pulls out of the bid again.

A change of mind from SRH. It gets back in with a 2 crore bid.

KXIP and SRH are out.

Mumbai enters the bid at 1.9 crores.

Kings XI with the bid too.

Sunrisers, Cutting's 2017 team, opens the bid at his base price of 1 crore.

Henriques compatriot Ben Cutting is next.

Australia's Moises Henriques to go under the hammer. He remains unsold too.

New Zealand's Corey Anderson is next. No one is interested and he remains unsold.

Gurkeerat will play for DD for 75 lakhs. KXIP doesn't use the RTM option.

Kings XI Punjab can exercise its Right to Match option for Gurkeerat.

KKR opens the bid at 50 lakhs. DD joins soon.

Gurkeerat Singh is next.

Delhi Daredevils with the first bid, at his base price of 50 lakhs. And that remains the final bid and Jayant is sold to DD.

Jayant Yadav is the next all-rounder.

Delhi wins the bid for Daniel Christian for 1.5 crores.

At 1.5 crores, KKR pulls out.

Kolkata Knight Riders with the first bid. Delhi closely follows.

Australia's Daniel Christian is next in line.

Pawan Negi is sold for 1 crore to Mumbai Indians and RCB immediately takes out the RTM card and Negi will stay at RCB.

Delhi joins the bidding. RCB has the RTM option available for Negi.

Mumbai Indians with the first bid for Negi, at his base price of 50 lakhs.

Next in line is Pawan Negi.

 

Washington Sundar will play for Royal Challengers Bangalore for 3.2 crore.

Kings XI comes back in at 2.20 crores.

At 1.8 crore, Kings XI is out.

RCB joins soon after and so does Mumbai Indians.

After a long thought, Kings XI Punjab with the opening bid.

With a base price of 1.50 crore, Washington Sundar is first in the list.

The all-rounders are next.

Kings XI Punjab secures Manoj Tiwary for 1 crore.

Sunrisers pull out at Kings XI's bid of 1 crore.

Kings XI Punjab with the opening bid of 50 lakhs. SRH joins soon.

Manoj Tiwary comes up.

Colin Ingram is next. He is unsold too.

Looks like no one is interested in foreign players from this lot. He remains unsold.

Australia's Travis Head is next in line.

Mandeep Singh is sold to Royal Challengers Bangalore for 1.4 crores.

Kings XI is out of the race at 1.4 crore, Bangalore's bid.

RCB enters the scene at 90 lakhs.

RCB can use the RTM for Mandeep.

Delhi opens the bid. Kings XI joins.

Mandeep Singh is the next batsman.

Lendl Simmons now. He is unsold too.

Australia's Shaun Marsh comes up. He meets the same fate as Morgan and Hales and remains unsold.

That's a surprise. No bids for Morgan and he is also unsold.

Eoin Morgan is next.

Looks like none of the franchises are interested in Alex Hales and he remains unsold.

England batsman Alex Hales is next.

Saurabh Tiwary will play for Mumbai Indians.

KXIP pulls out at Mumbai's bid of 80 lakhs.

Mumbai with the initial bid. KXIP joins the bidding.

Saurabh Tiwary is next.

Mumbai secures the services of Evin Lewis for 3.8 crores.

At Mumbai's bid of 3.8 crores, SRH pulls out.

The Sunrisers gets into a long meeting, on the table and on the phone.

Sunrisers Hyderabad joins the bidding.

Mumbai Indians with the opening bid.

Evin Lewis is the first batsman in the list.

The batsmen come next.

 

Murugan Ashwin will play for Royal Challengers Bangalore for 2.2 crore.

Kings XI Punjab opens the bid, at his base price of 20 lakhs. RCB joins the process.

Murugan Ashwin is next.

Shivil Kaushik to go under the hammer now. He remains unsold too.

The spinner goes unsold after no opening bid.

Iqbal Abdullah is next.

 

Rajasthan Royals wins the bid for Gowtham Krishnappa at 6.2 crores.

RCB pulls out at 6.2 crores.

The bids cross the 6-crore mark as RCB and KKR are in no mood to relent.

The Bangalore franchise in no mood to leave Gowtham. It bids for 4 crores.

RCB with a 2-crore bid for Gowtham.

RCB gets in again.

Mumbai is out at 1.5 crore.

Rajasthan Royals enters the bid at 1.3 crore.

KKR pulls out at 1.2 crores.

Mumbai takes the bid to the 1-crore mark. KKR with an immediate response.

Mumbai Indians joins the bidding for Gowtham.

RCB and KKR with the bids.

Gowtham Krishnappa is next.

Jagadeesha Suchith remains unsold too.

Tejas Baroka is the next spinner in line. And, he is unsold.

The 21-year-old player goes unsold.

R. Sai Kishore  to go under the hammer now.

RCB pulls out at 3.2 crore and Nadeem will play for Delhi Daredevils at 3.2 crore.

Delhi with an immediate bid to counter RCB.

The bids reach the 2 crore mark for Nadeem. DD with the bid.

DD bids for 1 crore for Nadeem. RCB in the hunt too.

Delhi Daredevils with the opening bid, at his base price of 40 lakhs. RCB joins in.

Shahbaz Nadeem is next.

No bids for the young spinner. Cariappa remains unsold.

K.C. Cariappa is the second player.

Mumbai secures the services of Rahul Chahar for 1.9 crores.

Rajasthan Royals pull out of the bid at 1.9 crore.

Both the teams are taking their time out and the bid increases steadily. Mumbai with a 1.7 crore bid.

Mumbai bids 95 lakhs. Rajasthan taking its time at the table. And, bids 1 crore for Chahar.

RR and MI take the bid past the 60 lakhs mark.

Rajasthan Royals and Mumbai Indians start the bid.

Rahul Chahar is the first player on day two to go under the hammer. His base price is 20 lakhs.

Uncapped spinners to start proceedings.

9.15 am: The stage is set for the second day of auctions. We have the teams ready at the table and so is Richard Madley on the stage.

This is how the teams are placed, on the auction table.   -  IPL

 

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