So after the many topics for the discussion purpose, it is almost being finalized that mega auctions couldn’t be possible to be done due to many consequences sustaining right now in this situation. As there is no sense to conduct mega auction if there is no inclusion of new franchises in the 14th edition of Indian Premier League.
It is predicted out that a mini auction could be conducted for the IPL-2021 and it could take place in mid February. The final decision over this agreement will be properly call off on 24th December where BCCI and the management panel is going to have an Annual General Meeting.
“Full auctions will not be possible this time because of time constraints and other issues. Rather we will conduct mini-auctions where franchises can bid for few new players. The dates of the auctions and other things are still to be decided,” quoted by one of the BCCI officials to Inside Sport.
If mega auction isn’t happening then how the mini auction going to take place
according to Inside Sport, It is said that the mini auction is selected to be in the mid February as the BCCI is going to start the domestic tournaments by next year with immediate effect. Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy is the first domestic tournament to be held and it will be from 10th January to 31st January so with this many franchises can bid on those players who will be the better performer in the domestic tournament.
And there will some retains according to the performance and some player will put on the auction list.
Teams like Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals will be happy with this mini auction as they have competent side yet and other teams will look at talented players to fill the loopholes for their respective franchises.
Players like Kedar Jadhav(CSK), Glenn Maxwell(KXIP), Jaydev Unadkat(RR), Dinesh Kartik(KKR), Kuldeep Yadav(KKR), Imran Tahir(CSK), Sheldon Cottrell(KXIP) could be there in the auction list as there performance were bit low as compared to their names.