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IPL 2024 Auction: Travis Head earned huge sum, after the prize war, this team bought it for so many crores

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IPL Auction 2024 Travis Head : The auction for IPL 2024 has started. The war is going on between all the 10 teams to buy players of their choice. The first bid in today’s auction started from West Indies batsman Rovman Powell. His base price was Rs 1 crore, but after a fierce battle between the teams, Rajasthan Royals got him for Rs 7.40 crore. But everyone was waiting for Australia’s dashing batsman Travis Head. As soon as his name was called, all the teams started trying to get him in their side.

There was a fierce battle between the teams for Travis Head.

The base price of Travis Head was Rs 2 crore, but apart from Rajasthan Royals, Sunrisers Hyderabad and Chennai Super Kings, other teams also started showering money to get him on board. The bidding which started at one crore, gradually crossed two, three and four crores and reached five and six crores. After this the teams looked at their purses and thought for a while.

Travis Head’s performance in T20 has been like this

If we talk about T20 statistics of Travis Head, he has played 23 matches. He has 554 runs in his name. His strike rate in this format is 146.20. His best is 91. After thinking about their purses and squads, the teams once again started bidding on them. Bidding started again at Rs 6 crore, which reached Rs 6.80 within some time. Sunrisers Hyderabad did not want to let him go under any circumstances. This means that now Travis Head is going to be seen playing for Sunrisers Hyderabad in the next season. The team has won the IPL title only once. This time the team will try to win the IPL title once again by any means. It remains to be seen how Travis Head performs for SRH.

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