Indian Premier League 2020: Mumbai Indians retain the core; releases 12 players ahead of auction

Going into this December’s auctions for the 2020 edition, Mumbai Indians now have the option of filling up slots for 5 domestic and 2 foreign players

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Defending champions Mumbai Indians have retained its core squad that won their fourth IPL title while releasing 12 players. The current champions today announced the release of 12 players while retaining 18 including the three traded-ins: Kiwi seamer Trent Boult, West Indian Sherfane Rutherford and local boy Dhawal Kulkarni.

Going into this December’s auctions for the 2020 edition, Mumbai Indians now have the option of filling up slots for 5 domestic and 2 foreign players during the day-long event in Kolkata. While young leg spinner Mayank Markande and batsman Siddhesh Lad were traded out to DC and KKR respectively, Mumbai Indians additionally let go off 6 international and 4 Indian players.

Retained players:
1. Rohit Sharma (Captain)
2. Hardik Pandya
3. Jasprit Bumrah
4. Krunal Pandya
5. Ishan Kishan
6. Surya Kumar Yadav
7. Rahul Chahar
8. Anmolpreet Singh
9. Jayant Yadav
10. Aditya Tare
11. Anukul Roy
12. Dhawal Kulkarni (Traded in)
13. Quinton de Kock
14. Kieron Pollard
15. Sherfane Rutherford (Traded in)
16. Lasith Malinga
17. Mitchell McClenaghan
18. Trent Boult (Traded in).

Released players:

1.Evin Lewis
2.Adam Milne
3.Jason Behrendorff
4.Beuran Hendricks
5.Ben Cutting
6.Yuvraj Singh
7.Mayank Markande (Traded out)
8.Barinder Sran
9.Rasikh Salam
10.Pankaj Jaswal
11.Siddhesh Lad (Traded out)
12.Alzarri Joseph

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