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List of unsold players in IPL auction

Chennai, Feb 3 (IANS) The following is the list of players who went unsold in the Indian Premier League (IPL) auction here Sunday:

Feb 3 2013, 5:15am CST | by

List of unsold players in IPL auction
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Chennai, Feb 3 — The following is the list of players who went unsold in the Indian Premier League (IPL) auction here Sunday:

Unsold:

Aaron Finch - base price $200,000

Upul Tharanga - base price $100,000

Martin Guptill - base price $100,000

Darren Bravo - base price $100,000

Herschelle Gibbs - base price $200,000

Adam Voges - base price $100,000

Matthew Wade - base price $200,000

Tim Paine - base price $100,000

Matt Prior - base price $200,000

Kaushal Silva - base price $20,000

Prasanna Jayawardene - base price $50,000

Dane Vilas - base price $20,000

Denesh Ramdin - base price $50,000

Dinesh Chandimal - base price $100,000

Ravi Bopara - base price $100,000

James Hopes - base price $100,000

Vernon Philander - base price $100,000

Doug Bollinger - base price $200,000

Cameron Boyce - base price $20,000

Veerasammy Permaul - base price $20,000

Suraj Randiv - base price $50,000

Devendra Bishoo - base price $50,000

Steve O'Keefe - base price $100,000

Paul Harris - base price $20,000

Rangana Herath - base price $100,000

Sulieman Benn - base price $20,000

Aaron Phangiso - base price $20,000

Farveez Maharoof - base price $50,000

Scott Styris - base price $100,000

Ben Cutting - base price $100,000

Josh Hazlewood - base price $100,000

Travis Birt - base price $100,000

Henry Davids - base price $20,000

Ben Rohrer - base price $50,000

Rilee Rossouw - base price $20,000

Kevin O'Brien - base price $50,000

Rory Kleinveldt - base price $50,000

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