IPL 2022 Retention, After much debate and discussion about the two new IPL franchises, things have slowly calmed down and it looks like IPL 2022 will have ten teams.
BCCI posted on Monday many things that it was preparing a project for, including the tender for new franchises, new retention guidelines, total price hike, and new media rights.
New IPL 2022 Retention Policy:
As for the new retention policy, each franchise entitling to retain a maximum of four players. Which is divide into 3 Indian players and one foreign player, or two Indian players and two foreign players.
The council also said that aside from these detained cricketers. Everyone goes straight and picked up from the auction table.
In this article, we will make a prediction on the 4 likely players from each franchise who could be kept ahead of the IPL 2022 mega auction.
4 Players Retaine Ahead Of The IPL 2022 Mega Auction:
Shreyas Iyer: Shreyas Iyer, the regular skipper of Delhi Capitals (DC), will be number one ahead of IPL 2022.
Rishabh Pant: The franchise will also put its cards to keep the left-handed Rishabh Pant. The wicketkeeper-batsman has year’s IPL captain since Iyer was sent off and he is likely to continue his role until the end of the season.
Shikhar Dhawan: Left-handed opener Shikhar Dhawan has shown great confidence in his influence and is constantly improving. The cricketer tops the 2021 IPL run-getter rankings and is likely to keep him.
Kagiso Rabada: Of all the thugs, the Kagiso Rabada pacemaker is a likely option to restrain. The South African pacemaker was key to him in the bowling department and DC won’t try to lose him anyway.
For all ten deductibles, the amounts withheld for three, two, or one player are the same. If they decide to keep three players. The pots are: Rs 15 crore, Rs 11 crore and Rs 7 crore and the total will be 33 crores. So if the franchises decide to keep only two players, the pots are Rs 14 crore and Rs 10 crore. For a player, Rs 14 crore is deducting from a franchise’s auction prize pool.
Rules have establish for the eight franchises that cannot contain more than three Indians (capped / uncapped). They cannot detain more than two foreign players and no more than two Indian players without cover. For the two new franchises – Lucknow and Ahmedabad – they cannot choose more than two Indian players (capped / uncapped). They cannot choose more than one overseas player and more than one open Indian player.