IPL Auction 2014: Picking the Best-Value Bargains on Day 1

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IPL Auction 2014: Picking the Best-Value Bargains on Day 1
Associated Press
Money, money, money: Day one of the 2014 IPL auction was full of surprises ...

Day one of the 2014 Indian Premier League (IPL) auction took place in Bangalore on Wednesday and, as usual, there were a number of bargain buys available for the eight franchises to snap up among the 514 players up for sale.

Now, of those Twenty20 (T20) stars on display, 219 were fully capped internationals from 10 different countries, with just Pakistani players of the Test-playing nations missing from the auction, while Netherlands all-rounder Ryan ten Doeschate was the only representative from the associate nations.

And with a maximum base price (starting bid) for any player of 20m rupees (£195,400), these were the five best-value bargains on day one in Bangalore...

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