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WPL Auction 2024: Know what time the auction will start, which team has how much money and slots left.

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The player auction process for the second season of the Women’s Premier League (WPL) will be held on December 9. 165 women players have given their names to participate in the auction. Of these, 104 are from India while 61 are foreign players. In this also, 15 players from associate countries have given their names. The second season of the Women’s Premier League may start by the end of February next year. There are a total of 30 players’ slots vacant in the five teams playing in the league. In the first season of the Women’s Premier League, the Mumbai Indians women’s team won the trophy.

When and where will the WPL 2024 auction take place?

The auction process for players in the second season of the Women’s Premier League will be held in Mumbai on December 9.

What time will the auction start?

The Women’s Premier League auction will start at 3 pm Indian time.

When and where can you watch live telecast and streaming of WPL auction?

This auction will be telecast live on Sports 18 network. Apart from this, fans can also watch live streaming of the auction on Jio Cinema app.

How much money and how many slots are left in the purse of all the teams for the auction?

Mumbai Indians – The total number of players in the Mumbai Indians women’s team, which won the title under the captaincy of Harmanpreet Kaur last season, is currently 13, which also includes 5 foreign players. Now the team has to include a total of 5 players in its team including 1 foreign player in the auction and they have a total of Rs 2 crore 10 lakh left in their purse.

Delhi Capitals – The Delhi Capitals team, which finished at number-1 position after the league stage in the first season, has to include a total of 3 players in its team in the auction. There are currently a total of 15 players in the Delhi team, out of which five are foreign players. At the same time, the franchise has a total of Rs 2 crore 25 lakh left in its purse.

Gujarat Giants – The first season of the Women’s Premier League was very disappointing for the Gujarat Giants team. The team managed to win only 2 out of 8 matches and finished at the bottom of the points table with 4 points. For this reason, Gujarat retained only 8 players, including 3 foreign players. Now in the auction, the team has a total of Rs 5 crore 95 lakh left in its purse, out of which they have to include a total of 10 players in their team.

UP Warriors – The UP Warriors team, which finished third in the first season, decided to retain 13 players, including five foreign players, ahead of the auction for the second season. Now they have to pick five more players in the auction, leaving them with a total of Rs 4 crore left in their purse.

Royal Challengers Bangalore – RCB women’s team decided to retain only 11 players before the auction, which includes only 3 foreign players. While they have to include 7 more players in their team in the auction, they are left with Rs 3 crore 35 lakh in their purse.

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