Tata IPL 2022: Lucknow Super Giants final squad post-auction

Lucknow’s most expensive buy was Avesh Khan, bought for INR 10 crore. Lucknow also bagged Jason Holder and Quinton de Kock in the side.

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Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) is one of the two new franchises that will be taking part in IPL this year. Lucknow was given a purse of INR 90 crore like the other teams to buy players. A privilege to pick three players for INR 33 crore was given to the new franchises. In the Pre-auction pick, Lucknow picked KL Rahul for INR 17 crore, Marcus Stoinis for INR 9.2 crore, and Ravi Bishnoi for INR 4 crore. KL Rahul was also announced as the captain of the side.

In the IPL Auction 2022 held on 12th and 13th February, Avesh Khan was the most expensive purchase of Lucknow. They bought Avesh Khan for a whopping INR 10 crore. The pacer became the most expensive uncapped player in the history of IPL after his transfer to LSG happened on the day 1 of Auction. Some other expensive buys for LSG were Quinton de Kock (INR 6.75 crore), Krunal Pandya (INR 8.25 crore), Jason Holder (INR 8.75 crore), and Mark wood (INR 7.5 crore).

Lucknow bought 21 players in the auction, including 14 Indians and seven overseas. Here’s the complete squad of Lucknow for the tournament:

Pre-auction buys:

KL Rahul: INR 17 Crore

Marcus Stoinis: INR 9.2 Crore

Ravi Bishnoi: INR 4 crore

Auction buys:

  1. Quinton de Kock: INR 6.75 crore
  2. Manish Pandey: INR 4.60 crore
  3. Manan Vohra: INR 20 lakh
  4. Evin Lewis: INR 2 crore
  5. Mark Wood: INR 7.5 crore
  6. Avesh Khan: INR 10 crore
  7. Ankit Rajpoot: INR 50 lakh
  8. Dushmantha Chameera: INR 2 crore
  9. Shahbaz Nadeem: INR 50 lakh
  10. Mohsin Khan: INR 20 lakh
  11. Mayank Yadav: INR 20 lakh
  12. Jason Holder: INR 8.75 crore
  13. Deepak Hooda: INR 5.75 crore
  14. Krunal Pandya: INR 8.25 crore
  15. K Gowtham: INR 90 lakh
  16. Ayush Badoni: INR 20 lakh
  17. Kyle Mayers: INR 50 lakh
  18. Karan Sharma: INR 20 lakh
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