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Preity Zinta Will is not Present in IPL 2022 Mega Auction

IPl 2022 Auction BCCI has added 10 more players to the final list before the ipl Mega Auction to be held in Bengaluru on 12-13 February. Now a total of 600 players will be bidding in the ipl auction. These 10 players rocked the Under 19 world Cup

Preity Zinta not present in IPL mega auction this time

IPL auction 2022: Punjab Kings co-owner and actress Preity Zinta will not be present in the IPL mega auction this time. Preity took to Instagram on Friday to inform them that she will miss the auction. Because they have to take care of their twins. She wrote, 'This year I am going to miss the IPL auction as I can't travel to India except for my little kids.'

10 players rock the Under 19 World Cup

Just before the IPL 2022 Mega Auction (IPL Players Auction 2022), the player list category of Indian all-rounder Deepak Hooda has been upgraded. He has been upgraded to the capped category ahead of the auction of the players. Hooda made his international debut in the recently concluded ODI series between India and West Indies. With this, Hooda's base price has also increased from Rs 40 lakh to Rs 75 lakh.

Bid on 600 players in IPL auction

Hooda played 2 matches of the 3-match series and this all-rounder scored 55 runs at a strike rate of 96.49. Before the franchises reach the table for the IPL auction, BCCI has added 10 more players to the auction list. Now a total of 600 players will be bidding in the IPL auction. 10 players were added by BCCI at the last moment. He has recently been a part of the Under 19 World Cup.

Under 19 world Cup Players Included in the list by the Board

The players of the Under-19 World Cup-winning team are included in this list of 10 players. Agnivesh Ayachi, Hardik Tamor, Nitish Kumar Reddy, Mihir Hirwani, Monu Kumar Rohan Rana,

Sairaj Patil has been included in the list. Apart from this, 3 Australian players Aaron Hardy, Lance Morris, and Nivethan Radhakirishan were also added to this list. According to some Indian Under-19 players were not eligible for the auction as the rules, but the BCCI included them in the final list under a special provision.

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