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IPL 2024 Retentions Highlights: Hardik Pandya Retained; Ben Stokes, Jofra Archer released

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The ten teams in the Indian Premier League are getting ready for the upcoming season, and they will soon reveal which players they will keep and release in advance of the auction that takes place next month. There have already been a number of deals, releases, and withdrawals, and transfer rumours abound.

Many players have already been traded, including Mayank Dagar, Avesh Khan, Devdutt Padikkal, Shahbaz Ahmed, and Romario Shepherd. Many more will join new teams.

The IPL 2023 was won spectacularly by the MS Dhoni-led Chennai Super Kings in a match that lasted more than two days due to multiple weather delays. After CSK tied Mumbai Indians for the most IPL titles ever, Ravindra Jadeja hit a last-ball boundary to erupt in cheers from the crowd.

The 10 teams—Mumbai Indians, Chennai Super Kings, Kolkata Knight Riders, Rajasthan Royals, Gujarat Titans, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Lucknow Super Giants, Delhi Capitals, and Punjab Kings—will be updating their rosters in anticipation of the upcoming season, which is scheduled to begin in a few months. Their goal is to be the next team to win the IPL trophy.

Here’s everything you need to know about the deadline for the release and retention of IPL 2024 players.

When must IPL clubs declare which players they will keep before the IPL 2024 auction?

November 26 is the deadline for squad confirmations prior to the mini auction.

When will there be an IPL 2024 auction?

December 19 is when the IPL mini auction is supposed to take place.

Where is the location of the IPL 2024 auction?

Dubai will host the most recent IPL auction.

Has any player withdrawn from IPL 2024?

Yes, a couple from England, that is. Ben Stokes, an all-around player for CSK, is expected to be released by the team and will not play in the upcoming season. Joe Root, who played for the Rajasthan Royals earlier in the year, has also chosen not to play in the upcoming campaign.

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