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IPL 2020 Teams & Players List

The thirteenth season of the Indian Premier League will be played from 19 September to 9 November 2020. There will be no additional IPL teams than the eight that played in the last season. Mumbai Indians are the defending champions, having won the 2019 IPL for the fourth time, also holding the most IPL titles by a team.


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Table of Contents


  1. IPL 2020 Teams & Players
  2. Royal Challengers Bangalore Players List (RCB)
  3. Mumbai Indians Players List (MI)
  4. Chennai Super Kings Players List (CSK)
  5. Delhi Capitals Players List (DC)
  6. Kings XI Punjab Players List (KXIP)
  7. Kolkata Knight Riders Players List (KKR)
  8. Rajasthan Royals Players List (RR)
  9. Sunrisers Hyderabad Players List (SRH)
  10. IPL Teams, Captains, Home Grounds and Coaches


The auction for the IPL 2020 teams & squads took place on 19 December 2019 in Kolkata. There were a total of 73 slots to fill, relatively less than the previous editions. 29 of these 72 slots were reserved for foreign players.


A total of 62 players including 29 overseas players were sold in the auctions for the 2020 IPL. Pat Cummins became the player with the highest value with Kolkata Knight Riders acquiring him for 15.50 crores.


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IPL 2020 Teams & Squads


Royal Challengers Bangalore Squad (RCB)


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The three-time runners up IPL team from Bangalore will once again be looking forward to getting their hands on the IPL trophy. The franchise has probably the best batting lineup of any team on paper but their bowling let them down in the last season. They retained just 13 players, the lowest by any IPL team this time around. They went on to fill a total of 8 spots out of a potential 12 in this year’s auctions.

 

PlayerRolePrice
Virat Kohli (R)Batsman17 crore
AB de Villiers (R)Batsman11 crore
Devdutt Padikkal (R)Batsman20 lakhs
Gurkeerat Singh (R)Batsman50 lakhs
Aaron FinchBatsman4.40 crore
Shahbaz AhamadWicket Keeper20 lakhs
Joshua PhilippeWicket Keeper20 lakhs
Parthiv Patel (R)Wicket Keeper1.70 crore
Pawan Negi (R)All-Rounder1 crore
Shivam Dube (R)All-Rounder5 crore
Moeen Ali (R)All-Rounder1.70 crore
Isuru UdanaAll-Rounder50 lakhs
Pavan DeshpandeAll-Rounder20 lakhs
Christopher MorrisAll-Rounder10 crore
Adam ZampaBowler1.5 crore
Dale SteynBowler2 crore
Mohammed Siraj (R)Bowler2.60 crore
Navdeep Saini (R)Bowler3 crore
Umesh Yadav (R)Bowler4.20 crore
Washington Sundar (R)Bowler3.20 crore
Yuzvendra Chahal (R)Bowler6 crore

*R- Retained


Mumbai Indians Squad (MI)


Mumbai Indians retained a total of 18 players in their IPL squad including the very core of the team, led by captain Rohit Sharma. Major players who were retained are Hardik Pandya, Jasprit Bumrah, and Krunal Pandya. They retained 6 foreign players including Kieron Pollard, Lasith Malinga and Quinton de Kock. The franchise bought 6 players in the auction with Nathan-Coulter-Nile being the most expensive purchase.

 

PlayerRolePrice
Rohit Sharma (R)Batsman15 crore
Anmolpreet Singh (R)Batsman80 lakhs
Ankul Roy (R)Batsman20 lakhs
Sherfane Rutherford (R)Batsman2 crore
Suryakumar Yadav (R)Batsman3.20 crore
Chris LynnBatsman2 crore
Saurabh TiwaryBatsman50 lakhs
Aditya Tare (R)Wicket Keeper20 lakhs
Ishan Kishan (R)Wicket Keeper6.20 crore
Quinton de Kock (R)Wicket Keeper2.80 crore
Hardik Pandya (R)All-Rounder11 crore
Kieron Pollard (R)All-Rounder5.40 crore
Krunal Pandya (R)All-Rounder8.80 crore
Rahul Chahar (R)All-Rounder1.90 crore
Digvijay DeshmukhAll-Rounder20 lakhs
Prince Balwant Rai SinghAll-Rounder20 lakhs
Dhawal Kulkarni (R)Bowler75 lakhs
Jasprit Bumrah (R)Bowler7 crore
Jayant Yadav (R)Bowler50 lakhs
James PattinsonBowler1 crore
Mitchell McClenaghan (R)Bowler1 crore
Trent Boult (R)Bowler3.20 crore
Nathan Coulter-NileBowler8 crore
Mohsin KhanBowler20 lakhs

*R- Retained


Chennai Super Kings Squad (CSK)


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The previous season’s runners-up retained the most players, the number being 20 before the auctions. They had five slots left for the auction in which they filled four, with an equal number of foreign and Indian players. The list of retained players consists of the names of players like MS Dhoni, Suresh Raina, Dwayne Bravo, Ravindra Jadeja, players who have been the backbone of the squad for many years now. In the auction, the franchise focused on picking up players to boost the bowling attack of their IPL squad.


PlayerRolePrice
Ambati Rayudu (R)Batsman2.20 crore
Monu Kumar (R)Batsman20 lakhs
Murali Vijay (R)Batsman2 crore
Ruturaj Gaikwad (R)Batsman20 lakhs
MS Dhoni (R)Wicket Keeper15 crore
Jagadeesan Narayan (R)Wicket Keeper20 lakhs
K M Asif (R)All-Rounder40 lakhs
Dwayne Bravo (R)All-Rounder6.40 crore
Faf du Plessis (R)All-Rounder1.60 crore
Karn Sharma (R)All-Rounder5 crore
Kedar Jadhav (R)All-Rounder7.80 crore
Ravindra jadeja (R)All-Rounder7 crore
Shane Watson (R)All-Rounder4 crore
Sam CurranAll-Rounder5.50 crore
Deepak Chahar (R)Bowler80 lakhs
Imran Tahir (R)Bowler1 crore
Lungisani Ngidi (R)Bowler50 lakhs
Mitchell Santner (R)Bowler50 lakhs
Shardul Thakur (R)Bowler2.60 crore
Piyush ChawlaBowler6.75 crore
Josh HazlewoodBowler2 crore
R. Sai KishoreBowler20 lakhs

*R- Retained


Delhi Capitals Squad (DC)


The IPL team from Delhi got a new name last year and would like to improve their performance in the tournament from previous seasons. They retained 14 players which gave them 11 free slots in their IPL squad for the auction. The franchise went for an overall mixed approach in the auction and picked a bit of everything. They spent quite a lot of money on bagging the best among the foreign players.


PlayerRolePrice
Shreyas Iyer (R)Batsman7 crore
Ajinkya Rahane (R)Batsman5.25 crore
Keemo Paul (R)Batsman50 lakhs
Prithvi Shaw (R)Batsman1.20 crore
Shikhar Dhawan (R)Batsman5.20 crore
Shimron HetmyerBatsman7.75 crore
Rishabh Pant (R)Wicket Keeper15 crore
Alex CareyWicket Keeper2.40 crore
Marcus StoinisAll-Rounder4.80 crore
Lalith YadavAll-Rounder20 lakhs
Daniel SamsBowler-
Anrich NortjeBowler-
Avesh Khan (R)Bowler70 lakhs
Ravichandran Ashwin (R)Bowler7.60 crore
Sandeep Lamichhane (R)Bowler20 lakhs
Axar Patel (R)Bowler5 crore
Harshal Patel (R)Bowler20 lakhs
Ishant Sharma (R)Bowler1.10 crore
Kagiso Rabada (R)Bowler4.20 crore
Mohit SharmaBowler50 lakhs
Tushar DeshpandeBowler20 lakhs
Amit Mishra (R)Bowler4 crore

*R- Retained


Kings XI Punjab Squad (KXIP)


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The runners up of the 2014 edition of the IPL retained 16 players including 4 overseas players in their IPL squad. The franchise went big to get Glen Maxwell in the auction this year. Their main focus was on adding a good amount of all-rounders to their IPL team. The franchise bought a total of 9 players in the auction, 5 of whom are all-rounders.


PlayerRolePrice
Karun Nair (R)Batsman5.60 crore
Arshdeep Singh (R)Batsman20 lakhs
Chris Gayle (R)Batsman2 crore
Darshan Nalkande (R)Batsman30 lakhs
Gowtham Krishnappa (R)Batsman6.20 crore
Hardus Viljoen (R)Batsman75 lakhs
Harpreet Brar (R)Batsman20 lakhs
Mayank Agarwal (R)Batsman1 crore
Nicholas Pooran (R)Batsman4.20 crore
Sarfaraz Khan (R)Batsman25 lakhs
Simran SinghWicket Keeper55 lakhs
KL Rahul (R)Wicket Keeper11 crore
Mandeep Singh (R)All-Rounder1.40 crore
Glenn MaxwellAll-Rounder10.75 crore
Chris JordanAll-Rounder3 crore
Deepak HoodaAll-Rounder50 lakhs
James NeeshamAll-Rounder50 lakhs
Tajinder Singh DhillonAll-Rounder20 lakhs
Ishan PorelBowler20 lakhs
Jagadeesha Suchith (R)Bowler20 lakhs
Mohammad Shami (R)Bowler4.80 crore
Ravi BishnoiBowler2 crore
Sheldon CottrellBowler8.50 crore
Murugan Ashwin (R)Bowler20 lakhs
Mujeeb Ur RahmanBowler4 crore

*R- Retained


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Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)


The two-time IPL champions retained 14 players including Dinesh Karthik, Andre Russell and Sunil Narine, the three biggest players of their IPL team. The franchise went into the IPL auction with 9 slots available to fill. This Kolkata franchise also made the biggest headlines in the auction this time around for buying Pat Cummins for a sum of 15.5 crores, the highest ever purchase for an overseas player in IPL history. They also bought the 48-year-old Pravin Tambe for 20 lakhs.


PlayerRolePrice
Andre Russell (R)Batsman8.50 crore
Harry Gurney (R)Batsman75 lakhs
Kamlesh Nagarkoti (R)Batsman3.20 crore
Lockie Ferguson (R)Batsman1.60 crore
Nitish Rana (R)Batsman3.40 crore
Prasidh Krishna (R)Batsman20 lakhs
Rinku Singh (R)Batsman80 lakhs
Shubham Gill (R)Batsman1.80 crore
Siddhesh Lad (R)Batsman20 lakhs
Eoin MorganBatsman5.25 crore
Tom BantonBatsman1 crore
Rahul TripathiBatsman60 lakhs
Dinesh Karthik (R)Wicket Keeper7.40 crore
Nikhil Shankar NaikWicket Keeper20 lakhs
Sunil Narine (R)All-Rounder12.50 crore
Pat CumminsAll-Rounder15.5 crore
Shivam Mavi (R)All-Rounder3 crore
Varun ChakaravarthyAll-Rounder4 crore
Chris GreenAll-Rounder20 lakhs
Kuldeep Yadav (R)Bowler5.80 crore
Sandeep Warrier (R)Bowler20 lakhs
M SiddharthBowler20 lakhs
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*R- Retained


Rajasthan Royals (RR)


The inaugural champions of the IPL have been unable to reach any other final since their dream campaign in 2008. The franchise would be looking forward to turning the tables this time around. They retained 14 players in their IPL 2020 team including the hero of 2019 ICC World Cup, Ben Stokes. They also retained the all-rounder’s compatriot, Jos Butler. They filled all the 11 spots they had on their squad in the auctions. The franchise spent 2.40 crore on Mumbai youngster Yashasvi Jaiswal.

 

PlayerRolePrice
Riyan Parag (R)Batsman20 lakhs
Shashank Singh (R)Batsman30 lakhs
Steve Smith (R)Batsman12.50 crore
Robin UthappaBatsman3 crore
David MillerBatsman75 lakhs
Manan Vohra (R)Batsman20 lakhs
Jos Butler (R)Wicket Keeper4.40 crore
Sanju Samson (R)Wicket Keeper8 crore
Anuj RawatWicket Keeper80 lakhs
Ben Stokes (R)All-Rounder12.50 crore
Mahipal Lomror (R)All-Rounder20 lakhs
Shreyas Gopal (R)All-Rounder20 lakhs
Yashasvi JaiswalAll-Rounder2.40 crore
Tom CurranAll-Rounder1 crore
Ankit Rajpoot (R)Bowler3 crore
Jofra Archer (R)Bowler7.20 crore
Mayank Markande (R)Bowler2 crore
Rahul Tewatia (R)Bowler3 crore
Varun Aaron (R)Bowler2.40 crore
Jaydev UnadkatBowler3 crore
Kartik TyagiBowler1.30 crore
Andrew TyeBowler1 crore
Oshane ThomasBowler50 lakhs
Anirudha Ashok JoshiAll-Rounder20 lakhs
Akash SinghBowler20 lakhs

*R- Retained


Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)


The 2016 champions and the runners up of the 2018 IPL season retained 18 players including 6 overseas players. The list of retained players includes the names of three batsmen which form the core of the team’s batting lineup, David Warner, Kane Williamson and Jonny Bairstow. Going into the auction they had 7 slots available to fill in their squad. They filled all the spots in their IPL team and bought five all-rounders.

 

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PlayerRolePrice
Kane Williamson (R)Batsman3 crore
Abhishek Sharma (R)Batsman55 lakhs
David Warner (R)Batsman12.50 crore
Manish Pandey (R)Batsman11 crore
Priyam GargBatsman1.90 crore
Virat SinghBatsman1.90 crore
Jonny Bairstow (R)Wicket Keeper2.20 crore
Shreevats Goswami (R)Wicket Keeper1 crore
Wridhhiman Saha (R)Wicket Keeper1.20 crore
Vijay Shankar (R)All-Rounder3.20 crore
Mitchell MarshAll-Rounder2 crore
Mohammad Nabi (R)All-Rounder1 crore
Fabian AllenAll-Rounder50 lakhs
Sandeep BavanakaAll-Rounder20 lakhs
Sanjay YadavAll-Rounder20 lakhs
Abdul SamadAll-Rounder20 lakhs
Basil Thampi (R)Bowler95 lakhs
Bhuvneshwar Kumar (R)Bowler8.50 crore
Billy Stanlake (R)Bowler50 lakhs
Rashid Khan (R)Bowler9 crore
Sandeep Sharma (R)Bowler3 crore
Shahbaz Nadeem (R)Bowler3.20 crore
Siddarth Kaul (R)Bowler3.80 crore
Syed Khaleel Ahmed (R)Bowler3 crore
T Natarajan (R)Bowler40 lakhs

*R- Retained


IPL Teams, Captains, Home Grounds and Coaches

 

TeamHome GroundCityCoachCaptain
Mumbai IndiansWankhede Stadium, MumbaiMumbai, MaharashtraMahela JayawardeneRohit Sharma
Chennai Super KingsM.A. Chidambaram Stadium, ChennaiChennai, Tamil NaduStephen FlemingMS Dhoni
Delhi CapitalsArun Jaitley StadiumDelhi, NCRRicky PontingShreyas Iyer
Kings XI PunjabIS Bindra StadiumMohali, PunjabAnil KumbleKL Rahul
Kolkata Knight RidersEden GardensKolkata, West BengalBrendon McCullumEion Morgan
Rajasthan RoyalsSawai Mansingh StadiumJaipur, RajasthanAndrew McDonaldSteve Smith
Royal Challengers BangaloreM. Chinnaswamy StadiumBengaluru, KarnatakaSimon KatichVirat Kohli
Sunrisers HyderabadRajiv Gandhi International Cricket StadiumHyderabad, TelanganaTrevor BaylissDavid Warner


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