Tye hits it rich on day two of IPL auction

Big money was handed out on day one and plenty more Aussies are up for auction on day two

Cricket Network

28 January 2018, 09:47 PM AEST

Andrew Tye has had a day to remember after he claimed his maiden one-day international five-wicket haul in Perth before he was bought by Kings XI Punjab for AUD1.4 million in the Indian Premier League Auction.

Tye was snapped up by Kings XI and will join Aaron Finch and Marcus Stoinis at the club.

Terrific Tye's high five has Aussies smiling


It was a rough start for Magellan Ashes rivals Australia and England with two players from each nation failing to attract a bid early on day two.

Australia left-handers Shaun Marsh and Travis Head went unsold, as did England pair Alex Hales and Eoin Morgan.

But there was better news for Hobart Hurricanes allrounder Dan Christian, who was sold to Ricky Ponting's Delhi Daredevils for $291k.

Sydney Sixers allrounder Moises Henriques went unsold, while the hard-hitting Ben Cutting was bought by Mumbai for $426k, the same price Royal Challengers Bangalore paid for speedster Nathan Coulter-Nile

Rajasthan Royals emptied their pockets for fast bowler Jaydev Unadkat, who was purchased for $2.2 million having taken 24 wickets for last season's runners-up Rising Pune Supergiant. 

Australia Test spinner Nathan Lyon, who is yet to play in the IPL, went unsold, as did Sydney Thunder leg-spinner Fawad Ahmed

Perth Scorchers allrounders Ashton Agar and Hilton Cartwright and Melbourne Stars captain John Hastings failed to earn a bid as the auction accelerated in the afternoon.

Jason Behrendorff became the fourth Australian to be bought when Mumbai paid $291k for the left-armer, while Ben Laughlin went unsold.

More fast bowlers were brought up, with towering quick Billy Stanlake bought by Hyderabad for $97k before Tye landed his monster deal with Kings XI. 

Sydney Sixers Ben Dwarshuis, whose surname stumped the auctioneer, was bought by Kings XI for $271k.

Two more Australian pacemen then went unsold - Perth pair Joel Paris and Jhye Richardson.

Aaron SummersMichael Neser and Jack Wildermuth all failed to attract a bidder. 

Following lunch, 64 players who went unsold were re-auctioned at the request of the teams. Mitchell Johnson was the first Australian sold, bought by KKR for $388k.

Shaun Marsh was asked back but for the second time went unsold, but Ben Laughlin was snared for $97k by Rajasthan. Jhye Richardson and Jack Wildermuth weren't so lucky, unsold for a second time.

Finally, players were called back for a third time, with Chris Gayle getting signed for $388k by Kings XI Punjab. Wildermuth was put up again but didn't attract any further offers. 



Andrew Tye (Kings XI Punjab) - $1.4m Ben Cutting (Mumbai Indians) - $426,000 Nathan Coulter-Nile (Royal Challengers Bangalore) - $426,000 Mitchell Johnson (Kolkata Knight Riders) - $388k Dan Christian (Delhi Daredevils) - $291,000 Jason Behrendorff (Mumbai Indians) - $291,000 Ben Dwarshuis (Kings XI Punjab) - $271,000 Billy Stanlake - (Sunrisers Hyderabad) - $97,000 Ben Laughlin (Rajasthan Royals) - $97,000 Shaun Marsh - unsold Travis Head - unsold Moises Henriques - unsold Nathan Lyon - unsold Fawad Ahmed - unsold Ashton Agar - unsold Hilton Cartwright - unsold John Hastings - unsold Ben Laughlin - unsold Jhye Richardson - unsold Joel Paris - unsold Aaron Summers - unsold Michael Neser - unsold Jack Wildermuth - unsold Shaun Marsh - unsold Jhye Richardson - unsold Jack Wildermuth - unsold


Jaydev Unadkat (Rajasthan Royals) - $2.2m Andrew Tye (Kings XI Punjab) - $1.4m


Chris Lynn's batting fireworks have earned him a whopping AUD1.86 million after he was bought by Kolkata Knight Riders in Saturday's Indian Premier League auction.

Lynn was the highest-paid Australian on day one of the player auction, ahead of Mitchell Starc ($1.8 million to KKR), and Glenn Maxwell, who was bought by Ricky Ponting's Delhi Daredevils for $1.75 million.

Hurricanes star D'Arcy Short's Saturday night ended ended on a high note; less than 30 minutes after Hobart advanced to the KFC Big Bash League finals, he went under the hammer and was snapped up by Rajasthan Royals for $775,000. He was soon joined by Hurricanes quick Jofra Archer, bought by the Royals for $1.4m.

Aaron Finch was sold to Kings XI Punjab for $1.2 million, Marcus Stoinis was retained by Kings XI for $1.2 million, Pat Cummins went to Mumbai Indians for $1.05 million, while Shane Watson was bought by Chennai Super Kings for $775,000.

A total of 18 players were retained by their franchises before the auction, including superstar Aussie duo Steve Smith and David Warner, who were each bought for A$2.3m by Sunrisers Hyderabad and Rajasthan respectively. 

England's Ben Stokes was the big winner of the day after he went for $2.4 million to the Royals.

Five Australians went unsold on day one but they could be snapped up when the auction resumes on Sunday.


THE AUSTRALIANS (AUD) Chris Lynn (Kolkata Knight Riders) - $1.86m Mitchell Starc (Kolkata Knight Riders) - $1.8m Glenn Maxwell (Delhi Daredevils) - $1.75m Aaron Finch (Kings XI Punjab) - $1.2m Marcus Stoinis (Kings XI Punjab) - $1.2m Patrick Cummins (Mumbai Indians) - $1.05m Shane Watson (Chennai Super Kings) - $775,000 D'Arcy Short (Rajasthan Royals) - $775,000 James Faulkner - unsold Mitchell Johnson - unsold Josh Hazlewood - unsold Adam Zampa - unsold Ben McDermott - unsold


Ben Stokes (Rajasthan Royals) - $2.4m Manish Pandey (Sunrisers Hyderabad) - $2.1m KL Rahul (Kings XI Punjab) - $2.1m Chris Lynn (Kolkata Knight Riders) - $1.86m Mitchell Starc (Kolkata Knight Riders) - $1.8m Glenn Maxwell (Delhi Daredevils) - $1.75m Rashid Khan (Sunrisers Hyderabad) - $1.7m Krunal Pandya (Mumbai Indians) - $1.6m


Rashid Khan (Sunrisers Hyderabad) - $1.7m Jofra Archer (Rajasthan Royals) - $1.4m Dwayne Bravo (Chennai Super Kings) - $1.2m Kieron Pollard (Mumbai Indians) - $1.05m Jos Buttler (Rajasthan Royals) - $852,000 Brendon McCullum (Royal Challengers Bangalore) - $698,000 Carlos Brathwaite (Sunrisers Hyderabad) - $388,000 Jason Roy (Delhi Daredevils) - $291,000 Sam Billings - unsold Mitchell McClenaghan - unsold

Below is how the day panned out 

India opener Shikhar Dhawan was the first player sold at the auction, bought by Kings XI for $1 million, but Sunrisers Hyderabad - as Dhawan's former team - had the right to match Punjab's offer and did so to secure the left-hander. 

Ace off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin was sold for $1.48 million to Kings XI, the franchise that went after West Indies allrounder Kieron Pollard before dropping out and the Delhi Daredevils offered $1.05 million. But like Hyderabad, Mumbai Indians used their Right To Match card and snapped up Pollard.

Starc's perfect yorker removes Moeen Ali

The first surprise of the night belonged to master blaster Chris Gayle, who went unsold. He can be bought later on in the auction.

England allrounder and 2017 IPL Most Valuable Player Stokes attracted the most attention and was sold to Rajasthan Royals for $2.4 million and will play under skipper Steve Smith. 

South Africa skipper Faf du Plessis returned to Chennai Super Kings for $310k while Ajinkya Rahane was snapped up by Rajasthan for $775k.

The last marquee player sold in the first round of bidding was Starc, who was bought by Kolkata Knight Riders for $1.8 million. 

"Very happy," said KKR assistant coach Simon Katich about securing Starc's services. "He’s one of the premier white-ball bowlers in the world. Left-arm, as well. Obviously, someone who bowls well with the new ball and at the end. Fantastic to get him on board."  

In form Lynn finishes unbeaten for Heat

Harbhajan Singh went to CSK for $388k, the same price Sunrisers paid for Bangladesh allrounder Shakib Al Hasan.

Maxwell was in a tug of war between Delhi and Hyderabad before the Sunrisers dropped out of the bidding. Punjab had the right to match Delhi's bid but declined. 

Delhi then purchased two-time IPL winner Gautam Gambhir for $543k before CSK used their Right To Match card to retain allrounder Dwayne Bravo for $1.2 million. 

Rounding out the final marquee players, Kane Williamson went to Hyderabad for $581k, Joe Root went unsold, and Yuvraj Singh was bought for his base price of $388k by Kings XI. 

After a short break, the auction moved into specialist categories, starting with batsmen. 

Karun Nair went to Kings XI for $1.09 million, as did KL Rahul, who was bought for a whopping $2.1 million. Murali Vijay went unsold. South African David Miller looked like going unsold before he was picked up by Mumbai Indians for $581k. However, Punjab played a Right To Match card and retained Miller. 

Fantastic Finch makes it back-to-back tons

Finch had interest from Delhi and Rajasthan but Kings XI were determined to get their man and did so for $1.2 million as their spending spree continued. 

Brisbane Heat captain Brendon McCullum was bought by his BBL coach and Bangalore mentor Daniel Vettori for $698k. England's Jason Roy was sold for $291k to Delhi. 

The bidding war for Lynn was between Delhi, Rajasthan and Kolkata but the Knight Riders held out to get the swashbuckling right-hander. 

Hashim Amla and Martin Guptill went unsold, while Manish Pandey was bought for a staggering $2.1 million by Sunrisers Hyderabad. 

The next set of players to go under the hammer were the allrounders, starting with England's Chris Woakes, who fetched $1.4 million from Bangalore. 

Carlos Brathwaite was sold to Hyderabad for $388k while his former Sydney Thunder teammate Watson was picked up by CSK for $775k. 

Watson blasts six sixes in stunning 77

India's Kedar Jadhav joined Watson at CSK for $1.5 million, Black Caps allrounder Colin de Grandhomme went to RCB and Yusuf Pathan to the Sunrisers for $368k, the same price his countryman Colin Munro earned from Delhi.

Stuart Binny was picked up for $96k by Rajasthan, Stoinis then became the fifth Australian to pocket more than a million dollars when he was retained by Punjab, as Moeen Ali went to Bangalore for $329k on the stroke of lunch. 

After the break, the wicketkeepers set was up, with Parthiv Patel unsold to start the afternoon. Proteas wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock was sold to RCB for what could be a steal at $542k, while Wriddhiman Saha was taken by Sunrisers for $969k.

England's Jonny Bairstow and India's Naman Ojha both went unsold, but Dinesh Karthik was picked up for $1.4 million by KKR, the same club who purchased Robin Uthappa for $1.2 million. 

The mega pay days continued when Sanju Samson went to Rajasthan for $1.55 milllion, while CSK paid $426k for Ambati Ryudu

England pair Sam Billings (unsold) and Jos Buttler (sold to Rajasthan for $852k) rounded out the wicketkeepers.

Classy Cummins snares career-best haul

Next up was the fast bowlers. Bangladesh star Mustafizur Rahman went to Mumbai first for $426k, before Australia duo Mitchell Johnson and Josh Hazlewood went unsold. 

But Cummins broke that pattern when he was secured by Mumbai for $1.05 million before RCB bought India quick Umesh Yadav for $814k.

Kiwis Tim Southee and Mitchell McClenaghan went unsold, as did IPL veteran Ishant Sharma, but Mohammad Shami was retained for $581k by Delhi, whom also retained Proteas pace ace Kagiso Rabada for $814k. 

Sri Lanka legend Sri Lanka Lasith Malinga was the last fast bowler on offer and he went unsold. 

Finally, the spin bowlers were up for sale. Piyush Chawla was bought by CSK for $814k, but KKR had the right to match the offer and did so to secure the tweaker. 

South African Imran Tahir was bought for his base price of $194k by CSK, while Ish Sodhi of New Zealand went unsold. 

Rashid puts the Thunder in a spin

Chennai next bought India's Karn Sharma for $969k, before the KFC Big Bash League's leading-wicket taker this season, Rashid Khan, was retained by Hyderabad for $1.7 million.

Ponting's Daredevils then paid $775k for Amit Mishra as West Indies leg-spinner Samuel Badree went unsold. 

Yuzvendra Chahal was retained by RCB for $1.16 million while Zampa attracted no bidders. 

Kuldeep Yadav was the last spinner up for sale and he was retained by KKR for $1.1 million. 

From there the auctioned turned to uncapped (UC) players (those yet to player international cricket), which can be found below in the team rosters. 

IPL Team rosters

Royal Challengers Bangalore: Virat Kohli, Sarfaraz Khan, AB de Villiers, Brendon McCullum, Chris Woakes, Colin de Grandhomme, Moeen Ali, Quinton de Kock, Umesh Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal, Manan Vohra (UC), Kulwant Khejroliya (UC), Nandeep Saini, Murugan Ashwin (UC), Mandeep Singh, Pawan Negi, Mohammad Siraj, Anirudha Joshi, Parthiv Patel, Tim Southee, Pavan Deshapnde (UC)

Kolkata Knight Riders: Andre Russell, Sunil Narine, Mitchell Starc, Chris Lynn, Dinesh Karthik, Robin Uthappa, Piyush Chawla, Kuldeep Yadav, Shubman Gill (UC), Ishank Jaggi (UC), Ntish Rana, Kamlesh Nagarkoti, Aniket Choudhary, Gurkeerat Mann Singh, Avesh Khan, Harshal Patel, Rahul Tewatia (UC), Vinay Kumar, Apoorv Wankhade, Rinku Singh, Shivan Mavi, Cameron Delport, Mitchell Johnson, Javon Searless

Chennai Super Kings: MS Dhoni, Suresh Raina, Ravindra Jadeja, Faf du Plessis, Harbhajan Singh, Dwayne Bravo, Shane Watson, Kedar Jadhav, Ambati Ryudu, Imran Tahir, Karn Sharma, Shardul Thakur, Jagadeesan Narayan, Mitchell Santner, Deepak Chahar, Asif KM, Lungisani Ngidi, Kanish Seth, Dhruv Shorey, Murali Vijay, Sam Billings, Mark Wood, Kshitiz Sharma (UC), Monu Singh (UC), Chaitanya Bishnoi (UC)

Mumbai Indians: Rohit Sharma, Hardik Pandya, Krunal Pandya, Jasprit Bumrah, Kieron Pollard, Mustafizur Rahman, Pat Cummins, Surya Kumar (UC), Ishan Kishan, Rhul Chahar (UC), Evin Lewis, Saurabh Tiwary, Ben Cutting, Pradeep Sangwan, JP Duminy, Jason Behrendorff, Tajinder Dhillon, Sharad Lumba, Siddhesh Lad (UC), Aditya Tare (UC), Mayank Markande (UC), Akila Dhananjaya, Pradeep Sahu (UC), Anukul Roy (UC), Mohsin Khan (UC), Nidheesh MD Dinesan (UC)

Sunrisers Hyderabad: David Warner, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Shikhar Dhawan, Shakib Al Hasan, Kane Williamson, Manish Pandey, Carlos Brathwaite, Yusuf Pathan, Wriddhiman Saha, Rashid Khan, Ricky Bhui, Deepak Hooda, Siddarth Kaul, Syed Khaleel Ahmed, Basil Thampi, T Natarajan, Mohammad Nabi, Sandeep Sharma, Sachin Baby, Chris Jordan, Billy Stanlake, Tanmay Agarwal, Shreevats Goswami, Bipul Sharma (UC), Mehedi Hasan

Delhi Daredevils: Shreyas Iyer, Rishabh Pant, Chris Morris, Glenn Maxwell, Gautam Gambhir, Jason Roy, Colin Munro, Mohammad Shami, Kagiso Rabada, Amit Mishra, Prithvi Shaw (UC), Harshal Patel (UC), Rahul Tewatia, Vijay Shankar, Avesh Khan, Shahbaz Nadeem (UC), Jayant Yadav, Trent Boult, Manjot Kalra, Abhishek Sharma, Sandeep Lamichhane, Naman Ojha, Sayan Ghosh

Rajasthan Royals: Steve Smith, Ben Stokes, Ajinkya Rahane, Stuart Binny, Sanju Samson, Jos Buttler, Rahul Tripathi (UC), Jofra Archer (UC), D'Arcy Short (UC), Gowtham Krishnappa (UC), Dhawan Kulkarni, Jaydev Unadkat, Ankit Sharma, Anureet Singh Kathuria, Zahir Khan Pakteen, MS Midhun, Prashant Chopra (UC), Ben Laughlin, Mahipal Lomror (UC), Jatin Saxena (UC), Aryaman Vikram Birla  (UC), Dushmanta Chameera

Kings XI Punjab: Axar Patel, Ravi Ashwin, Yuvraj Singh, Karun Nair, KL Rahul, David Miller, Aaron Finch, Marcus Stoinis, Mayank Agarwal (UC), Ankit Singh Rajpoot, Manoj Tiwary, Mohit Sharma, Mujeeb Zadran, Barinder Sran, Andrew Tye, Shreyas Gopal, Ben Dwarshuis, Mayank Dagar (UC), Chris Gayle, Manzoor Dar (UC)

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