IPL 2019 Auction Live : Time, Venue, Schedule, Players List, Rules, TV Timings – All you need to KnowDecember 17, 2018
IPL 2019 Auction is on its verge on 18th of December. With 1003 players had initially registered, the final list has been pruned as all eight IPL franchises have submitted their shortlist of players. Moreover Auctioneer for this season will be Hugh Edmeades but he will be overseeing as its going to be a mini auction. IPL Auctions Live Updates will be given in our website on 18 December 2018.
What is the Venue for IPL 2019 Auctions?
Venue For IPL Auctions this year will be Jaipur, Rajasthan. The Total of 346 cricketers will participate in the auction with only fill 70 Slots to be filled.
What is Time For IPL 2019 Auction to Start?
Fans can enjoy the Live Auction Just after India Vs Australia 2nd Test gets over. So there will be full packed show for Cricket lovers. IPL 2019 Auction timings have been decided as 2:30 pm.
Where To See IPL Auction Live?
IPL Action Live Broadcast Can be seen on Star Sports Network on TV. The coverage will be spread across Star Sports 1, Star Sports 1 HD, Star Sports 1 Hindi, Star Sports 1 HD Hindi, Star Sports First, Star Sports 1 Tamil, Star 1 Sports Telugu, Star Sports Select 1 and Star Sports Select 1 HD.
Where To See IPL Auctions Live Streaming Online ?
IPL Auctions Live Streaming an Be Seen at Hotstar online. Also For Live Updates you can Connect us at our twitter Handle. Moreover Live Updates Of IPL 2019 Auction will be given in our website, so stay connected with us.
Its Interesting to note that venue for Indian Premier League 2019 has still not decided by BCCI as They might shift it to South Africa or UAE considering Elections. Most Probably the venue for IPL 12 will be South Africa so Fast Bowlers will be under radar of all franchise in auctions. Another thing to consider for teams will be the use of RTM Card.
Though Franchises already revealed the list of Players They Retain for IPL 2019 Each team could retain five players with either direct retention or three through Right to Match cards that will be used during the auctions. Teams can only use a maximum of three RTMs, regardless of the number of players they retained in the aforementioned lists submitted to the BCCI. If a player has been successfully taken by one franchise, the team that he used to play for last year can use a RTM card to match the bid made by the former and keep the player with them. Those teams that have retained three players can only used the RTM card twice in the auctions.