What are the rules for the IPL 2024 auction accelerated round?

What are the rules for the IPL 2024 auction accelerated round? A total of 333 players have been shortlist for the auction, with 70 being announce one at a time.

The highly anticipated IPL 2024 auction will take place on Tuesday, December 19 at the Coca-Cola Arena in Dubai. During the bidding event, a total of 333 players will be auction off, with 214 Indians and 119 overseas players, including two from partner nations. The ten franchises bidding against each other to fill the remaining 77 positions on their squads. Notably, the total of 333 players divided into 19 sets for the major event.

The auction will start with the auctioneer stating the names of the players in the first ten sets, which will include both capped and uncapped players from each category, including batsmen, all-rounders, wicketkeepers, fast bowlers, and spinners. Franchises will then put bids for the players they want by raising their paddles. According to the BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket in India) roster, the first ten sets have 70 players.

Following the completion of the first ten sets. The franchises will grant a significant pause during which they asked to submit the names of the players from the remaining nine sets including 263 players that they would like to purchase. Following the shortlisting, members of the IPL Governing Council will compile a new list by combining all of the names provided by the ten franchises that will compete in the expedited round.

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Accelerated rounds will continue until all ten teams have finalized their squads

Furthermore, if any of the franchises has not completed its squad by the end of the first accelerated round. A second one will be held in which the other teams will have to submit names of players they want to buy from the unsold list once more. The process will be repeated until all 10 franchises have finished their 25-player squads.

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