New Zealand Players in IPL 2022

New Zealand Players in IPL 2022

The biggest league in the cricketing world IPL is something that every player wants to be a part of. From the pay check to all the vital experience that players get by playing IPL is immeasurable. A lot of foreign players wish to be a part of IPL and presence of New Zealand players in IPL 2022 are no different.

New Zealand Players in IPL 2022

New Zealand Players in IPL 2022

Numerous New Zealand Players showed interest in IPL and registered themselves for the IPL 2022 auction and 13 of them got picked up by IPL Teams comparing to 9 last year. Although New Zealand players are as skillful as anyone in world cricket but the competition in IPL is immense

As IPL Schedule 2022 not conflicting with any scheduled series for New Zealand so all KIWI players will be available for entire IPL 2022.

New Zealand Cricketers in IPL 2022

In total New Zealand players in IPL auction were 20 with different base prices depending upon the skill and experience at international level. Below is the complete list of New Zealand players in IPL auction 2021.

Based on the current IPL 2022 schedule all New Zealand players in IPL 2021 will be completely available as they are usually for IPL 2021 because of the window IPL gets in international cricketing fixtures.

Following is the list of 9 New Zealand Players in IPL 2021 who will be in action and displaying their talent. 3 of the following 9 were picked in auction while 5 were retained and Fin Allen who recently announced himself in international cricket was added as replacement of Joshua Phillipe in RCB as he pulls out of IPL 2021.

New Zealand Players IPL Price 2021

James Neesham sold to Mumbai Indians at INR 50 Lacs.
Adam Milne sold to Mumbai Indians at INR 3.20 Crore.
Mitchell Santner retained by CSK
Trent Boult retained by MI
Lockie Ferguson retained by KKR
Tim Seifert retained by KKR
Kane Williamson retained by SRH
Finn Allen sold to RCB at INR 20 Lacs.
Fast bowler Tim Southee has been roped in by KKR

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