Buying Corey Anderson for Rs 4.5 crore is a steal. The 23-year-old New Zealand all-rounder smashed the fastest century in One-day internationals, off just 36 balls, on New Year’s day and is consistent with bat and the ball in the ongoing series against India.
Aaron Finch has The Australian aggregated 456 runs in 14 games, at a strike rate of 136, while opening the innings.Hyderabad has got him quite cheap for 4 crore.
For the kind of form he is in Steve Smith is a big buy at 4 crore for Rajasthan Royals. Once again a Pune Warriors players who struggled last year, but is in a good form this year in all formats
Last time in auction he went for more than Rs 10 crore and this time at Rs 5 crore he came cheap for KKR. Considering his can keep and is an impact player he is a good buy
Undoubtedly India's best bowler at present, but at Rs 4.25 crore Delhi Daredevils managed to get him for a good price and Mohammad Shami can be a great asset
Being a wicket-keeper, opener, young and brilliant prospect, Quinton de Kock came only at Rs 3.5 crore for Delhi Daredevils. He may well be one of the best players for the across the next three seasons.
An explosive batsmen and one of the best in short formats. At 3.25 crore, Kings XI Punjab may well have bought their best player and a captain at the same price.
Morne Morkel had done well for DD in the past, but surprisingly wasn't retained and at just Rs. 2.8 crore he is a good buy for KKR and a few Indian uncapped bowlers will be earning more than him.
The talented Kiwi pacer was bagged by the Royals for Rs. 1.2 crore and a good buy considering his ability to chip in with the bat. It is a rare find as he can open the bowling and will add depth to batting.