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WPL Auction 2023 List of Players and Teams: See Who Got Whom

WPL Auction 2023: BCCI will organise the first-ever edition of the Women’s Premier League (WPL) in 2023. The schedule of the fixture will be announced soon. This T20 format tournament will have 5 teams.

Teams will play against each other in a double round-robin format, with the three teams finishing with the most points entering the playoff stages of the competition. According to the BCCI, the number of games and a number of teams will be increased in future seasons if the league is a success.

WPL Auction 2023 Updates

WPL Auction is conducted on 13 February 2023. We will provide you with a complete detail of players and teams here upon completion of the auction. Till then we are providing live updates of the players below.

  • Mumbai Indians
  • Delhi Capitals
  • RCB
  • Gujarat Giants
  • UP Warriors

Mumbai Indians

Name of Player Winning Auction Amount
Pooja Vastrakar 1.9 Crore
Amelia Kerr 1 Crore
Natalie Sciver
3.2 Crore
Harmanpreet Kaur 1.8 Crore
Yastika Bhatia 1.5 Crore

Delhi Capitals

Name of Player Winning Auction Amount
Jemimah Rodrigues 2.2 Crore
Meg Lanning
1.1 Crore
Shafali Verma 2 crore
Radha Yadav 40 Lakh
Shikha Pandey 60 Lakh
Marizanne Cap 1.5 Crore

Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)

Name of Player Winning Auction Amount
Smriti Mandhana (India)
Rs 3.4 crore
Renuka Singh 1.5 Crore
Ellyse Perry 1.7 crore
Ashleigh Gardner 3.2 Crore
Sophie Devine 50 Lakh
Smriti Mandhana 3.4 Crore
Richa Ghosh 1.9 crore

Gujarat Giants

Name of Player Winning Auction Amount
Deandra Dottin (WI) 60 Lakh
Harleen Deol (Ind)
40 Lakh
Annabel Sutherland (Aus) 70 Lakh
Sophia Dunkley 60 lakh
Beth Mooney 2 Crores
Sneh Rana 75 lakh

UP Warriorz

Name of Player Winning Auction Amount
Shabnim Ismail 1 Crore
Tahila McGrath 1.4 Crore
Deepti Sharma 2.6 Crore
Sophie Ecclestone 1.8 Crore
Alyssa Healy 70 lakh
Anjali Sarvani 55 Lakh
Rajeshwari Gaikwad 40 Lakh
Parshavi Chopra 10 lakh
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