Indian Premier League 2013 Season 6 of Pepsi IPL start from 03 April to 26 May 2013. In world Indian Premier League (IPL) has shaken up professional cricket, luring top players from five continents with paychecks as big as $111,000 per three-hour match. That’s a stunning sum in a sport where domestic leagues have traditionally been an afterthought to the international version of the game. This year in IPL Auction 108 players were on offer but only 37 players were sold for US$ 11.87 million. The Australian all rounder Glenn Maxwell was the only million dollar buy. Deccan Chargers were ousted from the league almost five-months ago. Instead, Sunrisers Hyderabad will play from the 2013 season onwards on behalf of them as they have almost all the players from the Deccan’s 2012 team. The tournament will run from 3 April to 26 May 2013 with Kolkata and Chennai hosting the playoffs. Kolkata’s Eden Gardens will host the first match as well as the final as they were the champions of the 2012 season.
Nine teams would be playing in the sixth season. Due to protests in the state of Tamil Nadu and the controversy arising from the actions of the Sri Lankan government, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, Jayalalitha has requested the the Prime Minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh not to allow any Sri Lankan players, umpires or any other support staff to play in IPL matches to be held in Chennai.
Each player has to sign a contract with BCCI.The IPL has two type of contracts under first, called the firm agreement, the player will get a fixed sum from BCCI and the difference between the bid amount and the fixed fee will be earned by BCCI,
On the other hand the second, called the basic agreement, gives a player freedom to take home the amount he has been bid for. The average amount of money each player will take home is whopping Rs 80 lakhs.
IPL also makes it mandatory for a franchise to spend at least $3.3 million annually for player fees and give $100 as per day per player daily allowance.International players will be immediately released to attend their international matches if they clash with IPL whereas for domestic boards, which rely heavily on the players, will have to give way to IPL as players need to decide where they want to play, and a player who gets Rs 80 lakhs for 45 days will not leave IPL anyhow.
Hence, it will be a loss to domestic boards but a great opportunity for youngsters who don’t get chance to perform in national and international leagues.IPL fans and followers often wonder whether players’ prices are related to their performances. The analysis below shows that there is no such systematic relationship. Nor do auction prices completely reflect the past IPL performances of players.Compared here are the purchase prices of the eight highest paid players and their performances. Both are relative to the team averages in the 2011 and 2012 editions.More than two-thirds of the players in this group are predominantly batsmen.
As well, it is also hard to classify all-rounders such as the Pathan brothers or Ravindra Jadeja who are more valuable to their teams as batsmen but can bowl when needed.Graphs 1 and 2 show that in 2011, the relative batting average of the three least paid players Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag, and M. S. Dhoni – is higher than the rest. However, the strike rates (S/R) exhibit great variation for instance, Table 1 shows that Tendulkar’s S/R is three percentage points lower than the team’s S/R, while Sehwag’s is about 56 percentage points higher than the team’s.
At the same time, graphs 3 and 4 show that among players auctioned in 2012 the least and highest paid players (i.e., Hodge and Jadeja, respectively) have the top two relative batting averages in 2011, compared to the rest in the group. However, the strike rates are comparable across players (with the exception of Vinay Kumar, R. P. Singh and Thisara Perera, who are predominantly bowlers).
These two results (along with Tables 1 and 2) indicate that there is not necessarily a systematic relationship between price and performance of players, and that the auction prices do not completely reflect the past IPL performances of players.
Purchase Price Ratio (PPR) of players: The ratio of each player’s purchase price to the team’s total purchase price of all its players (which is capped at $9 million)
Batting Average Ratio (BAR): Ratio of the batsman’s average to the team average
Strike Rate Ratio (SRR): Ratio of the batsman’s strike rate to the average team strike rate
Typically, values over 100 for BAR and SRR indicates that the respective player’s average and strike rate is better than that of his team, and vice verse.The raw statistics of bowling average and economy rates are presented.The values in red in the tables indicate a less favorable performance of the specific player compared to that of his team.
Indian premier league salary details are publish by special community of IPL. In this salary details every 9 teams has $ 12.5 million to gave the players for the purpose of playing salary. According to this every team has more than $ 4 million cost squad and they has more than $ 3 million remaining salary to buy new players for their team.
IPL 2013 Player Salaries Per Year Team Wise
IPL 2013 Salary Details:
Hyderabad: Present cost of squad $ 5.5 million, Salary remaining $ 7 million
Chennai Super Kings: Present cost of squad $ 9.3 million, Salary remaining $ 3.2 million
Delhi Daredevils: Present cost of squad $ 10.8 million, Salary remaining $1.7 million
Kings XI Punjab: Present cost of squad $ 5.3 million, Salary remaining $ 7.2 million
Kolkata Knight Riders: Present cost of squad$ 10.4 million, Salary remaining $ 2.1 million
Mumbai Indians: Present cost of squad $ 10.7 million, Salary remaining $ 1.8 million
Pune Warriors: Present cost of squad $ 8.5 million, Salary remaining $ 4 million
Rajasthan Royals: Present cost of squad $ 4.1 million, Salary remaining $ 8.4 million
Royal Challengers Bangalore: Present cost of squad$ 9.7 million, Salary remaining $ 2.8 million
The winning bidders for the eight franchises were announced on 24 January 2008. While the total base price for auction was US $400 million, the auction fetched US $723.59 million.
On 21 March 2010, Pune and Kochi were unveiled as the two new franchises for the fourth edition of the Indian Premier League. The base price was $225 million. While Pune was bought by Sahara Adventure Sports Group for $370 million, the Kochi franchise was bought by Rendezvous Sports World Limited for $333.3 million. The process was to have been completed on 7 March but was postponed by two weeks after many bidders and the BCCI objected to stiff financial clauses. The second franchise auction fetched total $703 million.
The rights to the Hyderabad franchise were awarded to the Sun TV Network in October, 2012.
The salary cap for each of the IPL franchises in 2013 is $12.5 million and each squad can contain a maximum of 33 players, inclusive of 11 overseas players. The IPL trading window opens November 19 at which time franchises can purchase uncapped Indian players. From November 1 franchises can re-acquire those players signed on as temporary replacements in IPL 5.
Chennai Super Kings –
cost of squad $9.3m, salary cap remaining $3.2m
Overseas players: Albie Morkel, Ben Hilfenhaus, Dwayne Bravo, Faff du Plessis, Michael Hussey, Nuwan Kulasekara.
Indian players: MS Dhoni (capt), Murali Vijay, R Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja, Shadab Jakati, Anirudha Srikkanth, S Badrinath, Suresh Raina, Wriddhiman Saha (wk).
Delhi Daredevils –
cost of squad $10.8m, Salary cap remaining $1.7m
Overseas players: Andre Russell, David Warner, Kevin Pietersen, Mahela Jayawardene, Morne Morkel, Roelof van der Merwe, Ross Taylor.
Indian players: Ajit Agarkar, Irfan Pathan, Manpreet Juneja, Naman Ojha, Pawan Negi, Shahbaz Nadeem, Umesh Yadav, Unmukt Chand, Varun Aaron, Virender Sehwag, Yogesh Nagar.
Kings XI Punjab –
cost of squad $5.3m, Salary cap remaining $7.2m
Overseas players: Adam Gilchrist, Azhar Mahmood, David Hussey, David Miller, Dimitri Mascarenhas, Shaun Marsh.
Indian players: Bhargav Bhatt, Bipul Sharma, Gurkeerat Singh, Harmeet Singh, Mandeeo Singh, Nitin Saini, Parwinder Awana, Paul Valthaty, Piyush Chawla, Praveen Kumar, R Sathish, Siddharth Chitnis, Sunny Singh (Indian).
Kolkata Knight Riders –
cost of squad $10.4m, Salary cap remaining $2.1m
Overseas players: Brad Haddin, Brendon McCullum, Brett Lee, Eoin Morgan, Jacques Kallis, James Pattinson, Marchant de Lange, Ryan ten Doeschate, Shakib Al Hasan, Sunil Narine.
Indian players: Debabrata Das, Gautam Gambhir, Iqbal Abdulla, L Balaji, Laxmi Ratan Shukla, Manoj Tiwary, Manvinder Bisla, Pradeep Sangwan, Rajat Bhatia, Sarabjit Ladda, Shami Ahmed, Yusuf Pathan.
Mumbai Indians –
cost of squad $10.7m, Salary cap remaining $1.8m
Overseas players: Aiden Blizzard, Herschelle Gibbs, James Franklin, Kieron Pollard, Lasith Malinga, Mitchell Johnson, Robin Peterson.
Indian players: Abu Nechin, Aditya Tare, Ambati Rayudu, Amitoze Singh, Apoorv Wankhade, Dhawal Kulkarni, Dinesh Karthik, Harbhajan Singh, Kuldeep Yadav, Munaf Patel, Pawan Suyal, Pragyan Ojha, Rahul Shukla, Rohit Sharma, RP Singh, Sachin Tendulkar, Suryakumar Yadav, Sushant Marathe, T Suman, Yuzvendra Chahal.
Pune Warriors India –
cost of squad $8.5m, Salary cap remaining $4m
Overseas players: Alfonso Thomas, Angelo Mathews, Luke Wright, Marlon Samuels, Mitchell Marsh, Wayne Parnell.
Indian players: Ali Murtuza, Anustup Majumdar, Ashish Nehra, Ashok Dinda, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Dheeraj Jadhav, Eklavya Dwivedi, Harpreet Singh, Krishnakant Upadhyay, Mahesh Rawat, Manish Pandey, Mithun Manhas, Murali Kartik, Rahul Sharma, Raiphi Gomez, Robin Uthappa, Shrikant Wagh, Yuvraj Singh.
Rajasthan Royals –
cost of squad $4.1m, Salary cap remaining $8.4m
Overseas players: Brad Hodge, Brad Hogg, Kevon Cooper, Shane Watson, Shaun Tait.
Indian players: Ajinkya Rahane, Ajit Chandila, Ankeet Chavan, Ashok Menaria, Rahul Dravid, Sreesanth, Shreevats Goswami, Siddharth Trivedi, Stuart Binny.
Royal Challengers Bangalore –
cost of squad $9.7m, Salary cap remaining $2.8m
Overseas players: AB de Villiers, Andrew McDonald, Chris Gayle, Daniel Vettori, Muttiah Muralitharan, Tillakaratne Dilshan.
Indian players: Abhimanyu Mithun, Arun Karthik, Cheteshwar Pujara, Harshal Patel, KP Appanna, Karun Nair, Mayank Agarwal, R Vinay Kumar, Sreenath Aravind, Saurabh Tiwary, J Syed Mohammed, Vijay Zol, Virat Kohli, Zaheer Khan.
Team Hyderabad –
cost of squad $5.5m, Salary cap remaining $7m
Overseas players: Cameron White, Chris Lynn, Dale Steyn, JP Duminy, Rusty Theron, Kumar Sangakkara.
Indian players: Abhishek Jhunjhunwala, Akash Bhandari, Akshath Reddy, Amit Mishra, Anand Rajan, Ankit Sharma, Ashish Reddy, Bharat Chipli, Biplab Samantray, Ravi Teja, Ishant Sharma, Parthiv Patel, Shikhar Dhawan, Veer Pratap Singh.
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