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IPL 2022 Punjab Has Maximum Rs 72 Crore Left

All eight teams have started preparations for IPL 2022. The list of retained players release on Tuesday. Teams spend money from their wallets. This time all the teams gave Rs 90 crore in the purse. Last time this amount was Rs 85 crore. While many teams took some shocking decisions, some teams took care of their fans.

The franchise had Rs 90 crore

The fixed amount has deduct from this 90 crores on whether or not to retain the players of the franchise. For retaining four players of a franchise, a total of Rs 42 crore deducted from their purse. 33 crores for retaining three players, Rs 24 crores for retaining two players, and up to Rs 14 crores will be deducted from the purse of the franchise for retaining one player. In this also different players allowed to retain.

Four teams retained 4-4 players

Mumbai Indians, Chennai Super Kings, Kolkata Knight Riders, and Delhi Capitals have retained a maximum of four players each. At the same time, Hyderabad, Rajasthan, and Bangalore have retained three players each. Punjab has retained at least two players. Now between December 1 and 25, two new IPL teams (Lucknow and Ahmedabad) will have to choose three players each from the released players.

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Punjab retained the least number of players

Punjab retained the least number of players and spent Rs 18 crore. This means that they have the most money left for the mega auction. In the auction, the team of Punjab will come with Rs 72 crores. This franchise is going to create a lot of problems for the rest of the teams. At the same time, Hyderabad retained three players and spent Rs 22 crore. He has Rs 68 crore in his purse for the auction.

Rajasthan retained three players

Rajasthan also retained three players and spent Rs 28 crore. 62 crores are left in his purse. Bangalore also retained three players and spent Rs 33. He will have Rs 57 crore in the auction. The Bangalore team re-inducted players like Virat Kohli and Glenn Maxwell. Kohli will not be the captain of RCB this time.

Delhi spent the most amount

Chennai, Kolkata, and Mumbai retained four players each and spent the maximum amount of Rs 42 crore. They will have Rs 48 crore in the auction and they will have to spend it wisely. Delhi spent the most in retaining its players. He spent Rs 42.5 crores and with the lowest Rs 47.5 crores this franchise will enter the auction.

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