2020 인도 프리미어 리그 인원 변경 목록 - List of 2020 Indian Premier League personnel changes

2020 인도 프리미어 리그 경매
일반 정보
스포츠 크리켓
날짜 2019 년 12 월 19 일
시각 오후 3시 30 분 IST
위치 콜카타
네트워크 스타 스포츠 & Hotstar
개요
62 명의 선수 (140.30 crores) 총 선택
리그 인도 프리미어 리그
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2019 년
2021 년 →

이것은 2020 Indian Premier League 의 모든 인원 변경 목록입니다 .

사전 경매

IPL은 거래 기간과 유지 및 해제 된 플레이어 목록에 대한 마감일을 11 월 14 일로 정했습니다. [1] [2]

환승

Kings XI Punjab 의 선장 Ravichandran Ashwin은 몇 달 동안 델리 캐피탈 스로 이적되어 결국 11 월에 이적 될 것이라는 소문이 돌았습니다 . [3] Ajinkya Rahane , Trent BoultMayank Markande 는 경매 전 거래에서 급여 인상을 받았습니다. [4]

플레이어 Nat 이전 급여 에서 이후 급여 데이트 Ref
마 얀크 마 칸데 India 20 lakh (US $ 28,000) 뭄바이 인디언 [↓] 라자스탄 로열스 2 억 루피 (US $ 280,000) 2019 년 7 월 31 일 [5]
Sherfane Rutherford Guyana 2 억 루피 (US $ 280,000) 델리 수도 [↑] 뭄바이 인디언 2 억 루피 (US $ 280,000)
라비 칸 드란 애쉬 윈 India 7.6 억 루피 (US $ 1.1 백만) Kings XI Punjab [↓] 델리 수도 7.6 억 루피 (US $ 1.1 백만) 2019 년 11 월 7 일 [삼]
Jagadeesha Suchith [REP] India 20 lakh (US $ 28,000) 델리 수도 [↑] Kings XI Punjab 20 lakh (US $ 28,000)
트렌트 볼트 New Zealand 2,200 만 달러 (US $ 310,000) 델리 수도 뭄바이 인디언 3.2 억 루피 (US $ 450,000) 2019 년 11 월 13 일 [6]
크리슈나 파 고텀 India £ 6.2 crore (US $ 870,000) Rajasthan Royals [↓] Kings XI Punjab £ 6.2 crore (US $ 870,000)
안킷 라지 푸트 India 3 억 루피 (US $ 420,000) Kings XI Punjab [↑] 라자스탄 로열스 3 억 루피 (US $ 420,000)
다왈 쿨 카르 니 India 75 lakh (US $ 110,000) 라자스탄 로열스 뭄바이 인디언 75 lakh (US $ 110,000)
Ajinkya Rahane India 4 억 루피 (US $ 56 만) Rajasthan Royals [↓] 델리 수도 £ 5.25 crore (US $ 740,000) 2019 년 11 월 14 일 [7]
Mayank Markande [a] India 2 억 루피 (US $ 280,000) 델리 수도 [↑] 라자스탄 로열스 2 억 루피 (US $ 280,000)
라훌 테와 티아 India 3 억 루피 (US $ 420,000) 3 억 루피 (US $ 420,000)
Siddhesh Lad India 20 lakh (US $ 28,000) 뭄바이 인디언 콜카타 나이트 라이더 20 lakh (US $ 28,000) 2019 년 11 월 15 일 [8]
: 플레이어가 다음 행에 언급 된 플레이어와 교체되었습니다.
: 플레이어가 이전 행에 언급 된 플레이어와 교체되었습니다.
REP REP: 원래 2019 경매에서 판매되지 않았지만 나중에 교체 선수로 등록 된 선수.
  1. ^ Mayank Markande는 시즌 전에 팀에서 뛰지 않고 델리와 두 번 거래되었습니다.

출시 된 선수

석방 된 선수는 2019 년 11 월 15 일에 발표되었습니다. Robin Uthappa , Yuvraj SinghChris Lynn 은 석방 된 선수 중 저명한 이름이었습니다. 2019 년 경매에서 가장 비싼 인도 선수 인 Jaydev Unadkat 도 출시되었습니다. [9] [10]

REP REP: 원래 2019 경매에서 판매되지 않았지만 나중에 교체 선수로 등록 된 선수.
  1. ^ Morris는 $ 7.1 crore (US $ 100 만)의 급여로 유지되었지만 IPL 규칙에 따라 델리 팀의 실제 지갑 공제액은 £ 11 crore (US $ 160 만)였습니다.
  2. ^ 2019 년 6 월 BCCI는 출생 증명서가 일치하지 않아 살람을 2 년 동안 금지했습니다. [12]
  3. ^ 2019 년 10 월 ICC는 ICC의 반부패 코드를 위반 한 후 1 년 동안 Shakib을 금지했습니다. [13]

유지 된 플레이어

팀 유지는 2019 년 11 월 15 일에 발표되었습니다. [14]

  1. ^ 바지는 8 crore (US $ 110 만)의 급여로 유지되었지만 IPL 규칙에 따라 델리 팀의 실제 지갑 공제액은 £ 15 crore (US $ 210 만)였습니다.
  2. ^ Narine은 8.5 crore (US $ 120 만)의 급여로 유지되었지만 IPL 규칙에 따라 Kolkata 팀의 실제 지갑 공제액은 £ 12.5 crore (US $ 180 만)였습니다.
  3. ^ 러셀은 7 crore (US $ 981,400.00)의 급여로 유지되었지만 IPL 규칙에 따라 Kolkata 팀의 실제 지갑 공제액은 8.5 crore (US $ 120 만)였습니다.
  4. ^ Smith는 12 crore (미화 170 만 달러)의 연봉으로 유지되었지만 IPL 규칙에 따라 라자스탄 팀의 실제 지갑 공제액은 12.5 crore (미화 180 만 달러)였습니다.
  5. ^ 워너는 12 crore (미화 170 만 달러)의 연봉으로 유지되었지만 IPL 규칙에 따라 Hyderabad 팀의 실제 지갑 공제액은 12.5 crore (미화 180 만 달러)였습니다.
REP REP: 원래 2019 경매에서 판매되지 않았지만 나중에 교체 선수로 등록 된 선수.

요약

경매 전 요약 [15] [14]
유지 송금 출시 전출
남은 자금

남은 플레이어 슬롯 (최대)
플레이어 플레이어 플레이어 플레이어 사무용 겉옷 해외
첸나이 20 70.4 억 루피 (US $ 9.9 백만) 0 6 8,400 만 달러 (120 만 달러) 0 £ 14.6 crore (US $ 200 만) 5 2
델리 12 624 만 달러 (미화 620 만 달러) £ 14.85 crore (US $ 210 만) 9 20.3 억 루피 (US $ 2.8 백만) 4 9.2 억 루피 (US $ 1.3 백만) £ 27.85 crore (미화 390 만 달러) 11 5
펀 자브 14 3,590 만 달러 (500 만 달러) 2 $ 6.4 crore (US $ 897,280.00) 7 3,180 만 달러 (미화 450 만 달러) 2 10.6 억 루피 (US $ 1.5 백만) 4,270 만 달러 (미화 600 만 달러) 9 4
콜카타 13 $ 49.15 crore (미화 690 만 달러) 1 0.2 만원 (US $ 28,040.00) 11 £ 27 crore (미화 380 만 달러) 0 35.65 억 루피 (US $ 5.0 백만) 11 4
뭄바이 15 £ 66 crore (미화 930 만 달러) 5.95 억 루피 (US $ 834,190.00) 10 13.05 억 루피 (US $ 1.8 백만) 2 0.4 억 루피 (US $ 56,080.00) 1,150 만 달러 (160 만 달러) 7 2
라자스탄 11 48.1 억 루피 (US $ 6.7 백만) 8 억 루피 (US $ 1.1 백만) 11 £ 15.8 crore (US $ 220 만) 10.95 crore (US$1.5 million) 28.9 crore (US$4.1 million) 11 4
Bangalore 13 57.1 crore (US$8.0 million) 0 9 18.75 crore (US$2.6 million) 0 27.9 crore (US$3.9 million) 12 6
Hyderabad 18 68 crore (US$9.5 million) 0 5 8.7 crore (US$1.2 million) 0 17 crore (US$2.4 million) 7 2
Maximum overseas players: 8; Squad size- Min:18 and Max:25; Budget:₹85 Crore

Auction

The auction was conducted on 19 December 2019 in Kolkata. The teams will have an additional purse balance of Rs.3 crores in addition to balance remaining of their original Rs. 85 crores. A total of 971 players including 258 overseas players have registered for the 2019 IPL Auctions, wheres a maximum of 73 positions are to be filled.[16] Later, the Governing Council sent the eight franchises the final list of players, which has been trimmed from the original 971 to 332, including 19 Indian capped players. The final list also includes 24 new players that were added after those names were requested by the franchises.[17]

Team summary
Team Funds
Remaining
(₹ in Crores)
In Auction Overall
(including Retained)
Uncapped
Players
Capped
Players
Total
Players
Uncapped
Players
Overseas
Players
Total
Players
Chennai 0.15 1 3 4 5 8 24
Delhi 9.00 2 6 8 4 8 22
Punjab 16.50 5 4 9 12 8 25
Kolkata 8.50 6 3 9 13 8 23
Mumbai 1.95 3 3 6 8 8 24
Rajasthan 14.75 5 6 11 12 8 25
Bangalore 6.40 3 5 8 4 8 21
Hyderabad 10.10 5 2 7 9 8 25
Maximum overseas players: 8; Squad size- Min:18 and Max:25; Budget:₹85 Crore

62 players, 29 overseas and 33 Indians were sold as the eight Indian Premier League franchises splurged their way into fierce bids at the auction held in Kolkata.

Australia fast bowler Pat Cummins set the cash registers ringing as he became the most expensive overseas signing in the history of the tournament after Kolkata Knight Riders acquired him for a whopping Rs.15.50 crores.

His Australian teammate, all-rounder Glenn Maxwell too earned big with the final bid being locked at Rs. 10.75 crores. The West Indian duo of Sheldon Cottrell and Shimron Hetmyer went for Rs. 8.50 crores and Rs. 7.75 crores to KXIP and Delhi Capitals respectively.

Two international captains – Aaron Finch and Eoin Morgan – also garnered huge interest as Royal Challengers Bangalore and KKR snapped them up to bolster their squads.

The young batting sensation from Mumbai, Yashasvi Jaiswal went to Rajasthan Royals for a whopping Rs. 2.4 crores while the experienced leggie, Pravin Tambe was bought by KKR.

Country Capped Uncapped Total Signed
up
Entered Sold Entered Sold Entered Sold
India 13 6 173 27 186 33 713
Australia 26 11 9 2 35 13 55
England 15 5 7 1 22 6 22
West Indies 18 4 1 0 19 4 34
South Africa 18 3 5 0 23 3 54
New Zealand 18 1 0 0 18 1 24
Sri Lanka 14 1 0 0 14 1 39
Afghanistan 6 0 1 0 7 0 19
Bangladesh 5 0 0 0 5 0 6
Scotland Associate Nation 1 0 1
Nepal Nepal 0 0 0
United Arab Emirates Associate Nation 1 0 1
United States of America Associate Nation 1 0 1
Zimbabwe 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
Total 136 31 196 31 332 62 971
Note: Associate players are not classified as either capped or uncapped.

Sold players

S.No Set No Set Name Country Playing Role IPL Matches Capped / Uncapped /
Associate
Reserve Price
(in Lacs)
IPL 2020 Team Auctioned Price
(in Lacs)
IPL 2019 Team IPL Team(s)
1 1 BA1 Chris Lynn Australia Batsman 41 Capped 200 Mumbai Indians 200 KKR Deccan Chargers,SRH,KKR
2 1 BA1 Eoin Morgan England Batsman 52 Capped 200 Kolkata Knight Riders 525 RCB, KKR, SRH, KXIP
3 1 BA1 Robin Uthappa India Batsman 177 Capped 150 Rajasthan Royals 300 KKR MI, RCB, PWI, KKR
4 1 BA1 Jason Roy England Batsman 8 Capped 150 Delhi Capitals 150 GL,DD
5 1 BA1 Aaron Finch Australia Batsman 75 Capped 100 Royal Challengers Bangalore 440 RR, DD, PWI, SRH, MI, GL, KXIP
6 2 AL1 Glenn Maxwell Australia All Rounder 69 Capped 200 Kings XI Punjab 1075 MI,KXIP,DD
7 2 AL1 Chris Woakes England All Rounder 18 Capped 150 Delhi Capitals 150 KKR,RCB
8 2 AL1 Pat Cummins Australia All Rounder 16 Capped 200 Kolkata Knight Riders 1550 MI,KKR,DD
9 2 AL1 Sam Curran England All Rounder 16 Capped 100 Chennai Super Kings 550 KXIP KXIP
10 2 AL1 Chris Morris South Africa All Rounder 61 Capped 150 Royal Challengers Bangalore 1000 DC CSK,RR,DC
11 3 WK1 Alex Carey Australia Wicket Keeper Capped 50 Delhi Capitals 240
12 4 FA1 Jaydev Unadkat India Fast Bowler 73 Capped 100 Rajasthan Royals 300 RR KKR, RCB, DD,RPS,RR
13 4 FA1 Nathan Coulter-Nile Australia All-rounder 26 Capped 100 Mumbai Indians 800 RCB MI, DD, KKR, RCB
14 4 FA1 Sheldon Cottrell Jamaica Fast Bowler Capped 50 Kings XI Punjab 850
15 5 SP1 Piyush Chawla India Spinner 157 Capped 100 Chennai Super Kings 675 KKR KXIP,KKR
16 6 UBA1 Rahul Tripathi India Batsman 34 Uncapped 20 Kolkata Knight Riders 60 RR RPS,RR
17 6 UBA1 Virat Singh India Batsman Uncapped 20 Sunrisers Hyderabad 190
18 5 UBA1 Priyam Garg India Batsman Uncapped 20 Sunrisers Hyderabad 190
19 7 UAL1 Deepak Hooda India All Rounder 61 Uncapped 40 Kings XI Punjab 50 SRH RR,SRH
20 7 UAL1 Varun Chakravarthy India All Rounder 1 Uncapped 30 Kolkata Knight Riders 400 KXIP KXIP
21 7 UAL1 Yashasvi Jaiswal India All Rounder Uncapped 20 Rajasthan Royals 240
22 8 UWK1 Anuj Rawat India Wicket Keeper Uncapped 20 Rajasthan Royals 80
23 8 UFA1 Akash Singh India Fast Bowler Uncapped 20 Rajasthan Royals 20
24 9 UFA1 Kartik Tyagi India Fast Bowler Uncapped 20 Rajasthan Royals 130
25 9 UFA1 Ishan Porel India Fast Bowler Uncapped 20 Kings XI Punjab 20
26 10 USP1 M Siddharth India Spinner Uncapped 20 Kolkata Knight Riders 20
27 10 USP1 Ravi Bishnoi India Spinner Uncapped 20 Kings XI Punjab 200
28 11 BA2 Shimron Hetmyer Guyana Batsman 5 Capped 50 Delhi Capitals 775 RCB RCB
29 11 BA2 David Miller South Africa Batsman 79 Capped 75 Rajasthan Royals 75 KXIP KXIP
30 11 BA2 Saurabh Tiwary India Batsman 81 Capped 50 Mumbai Indians 50 RCB,DD,RPS,MI
31 12 AL2 Mitchell Marsh Australia All-Rounder 20 Capped 200 Sunrisers Hyderabad 200 DCH,PWI,RPS
32 12 AL2 James Neesham New Zealand All-Rounder 4 Capped 50 Kings XI Punjab 50 DD,KKR
33 13 FA2 Josh Hazlewood Australia Fast Bowler 0 Capped 200 Chennai Super Kings 200 MI
34 15 UAL2 Bavanaka Sandeep India All-Rounder Uncapped 20 Sunrisers Hyderabad 20
35 15 UAL2 Chris Green Australia All-Rounder Uncapped 20 Kolkata Knight Riders 20
36 16 UWK2 Josh Philippe Australia Wicket Keeper 0 Uncapped 20 Royal Challengers Bangalore 20
37 17 UFA2 Mohsin Khan India Fast Bowler 0 Uncapped 20 Mumbai Indians 20 MI
38 19 BA3 Tom Banton England Batsman Uncapped 100 Kolkata Knight Riders 100
39 20 AL3 Fabian Allen Jamaica All-Rounder Capped 50 Sunrisers Hyderabad 50
40 20 AL3 Chris Jordan England All-Rounder 11 Capped 75 Kings XI Punjab 300 RCB, SRH
41 22 FA3 Kane Richardson Australia Fast Bowler 14 Capped 150 Royal Challengers Bangalore 400 PWI, RR, RCB
42 22 FA3 Oshane Thomas Jamaica Fast Bowler 4 Capped 50 Rajasthan Royals 50 RR RR
43 28 USP3 Pravin Tambe India Spinner 33 Capped 20 Kolkata Knight Riders 20 RR,GL,SRH
44 33 UAL4 Tajinder Singh Dhillon India All-Rounder 0 Uncapped 20 Kings XI Punjab 20 MI
45 33 UAL4 Abdul Samad India All-Rounder Uncapped 20 Sunrisers Hyderabad 20
46 42 UAL6 Aniruddha Joshi India All-Rounder 0 Uncapped 20 Rajasthan Royals 20 RCB
47 43 AL7 Digvijay Deshmukh India All-Rounder Uncapped 20 Mumbai Indians 20
48 43 AL7 Prince Balwant Rai India All-Rounder Uncapped 20 Mumbai Indians 20
49 [ADD] Sanjay Yadav India All-Rounder 0 Uncapped 20 Sunrisers Hyderabad 20 KKR
50 [REC] Mohit Sharma India Bowler 85 Capped 50 Delhi Capitals 50 CSK,KXIP
51 [REC] Pavan Deshpande India All-Rounder 0 Uncapped 20 Royal Challengers Bangalore 20
52 [REC] Prab Simran Singh India Wicket-Keeper 1 Uncapped 20 Kings XI Punjab 55 KXIP KXIP
53 [REC] Tushar Deshpande India Bowler Uncapped 20 Delhi Capitals 20
54 [REC] R Sai Kishore India Bowler Uncapped 20 Chennai Super Kings 20
55 [REC] Marcus Stoinis Australia All-Rounder 29 Capped 100 Delhi Capitals 480 RCB RCB,KXIP,DD
56 [REC] Dale Steyn South Africa Bowler 92 Capped 200 Royal Challengers Bangalore 200 RCB RCB,Deccan Chargers, GL,SRH
57 [REC] Andrew Tye Australia Bowler Capped 100 Rajasthan Royals 100 CSK,GL,KXIP
58 [REC] Lalit Yadav India All-Rounder Uncapped 20 Delhi Capitals 20
59 [REC] Shahbaz Ahmed India Wicket-Keeper Uncapped 20 Royal Challengers Bangalore 20
60 [REC] Nikhil Naik India Wicket-Keeper 3 Uncapped 20 Kolkata Knight Riders 20 KKR KKR,KXIP
61 [REC] Tom Curran England All-Rounder 5 Capped 100 Rajasthan Royals 100 KKR
62 [REC] Isuru Udana Sri Lanka All-Rounder Capped 50 Royal Challengers Bangalore 50
ADD ADD: Players who were not part of Original List But Added Into accelerated bidding.
ACC ACC: Players who were part of accelerated bidding.
REC REC-1/2/3: Players unsold originally but brought back for Recall Round-1, 2 or 3.
DI-REC DI-REC-2/3: Players not called in accelerated process but were brought back for Recall Round-2 or 3.
* : Players were in the squad for the season but did not play any match.
0 : Players mentioned as 0 in IPL matches column were part of the squad but did not play any matches.

Withdrawn players

The following players withdrew from the tournament either due to injuries or because of other reasons.

Player Team Auctioned/Retention Price Reason Withdrawal Announcement date Replacement Player Replacement Player's Price Replacement Player's Base Price Signing date Ref
England Chris Woakes Delhi Capitals 1.5 crore (US$210,300.00) International Commitment 06 March 2020 South Africa Anrich Nortje 50 lakh (US$70,100.00) 18 August 2020 [18]
England Harry Gurney Kolkata Knight Riders 75 lakh (US$105,150.00) Shoulder Injury 26 August 2020 United States Ali Khan 20 lakh (US$28,040.00) 12 September 2020 [19]
England Jason Roy Delhi Capitals 1.5 crore (US$210,300.00) Side Strain 28 August 2020 Australia Daniel Sams 20 lakh (US$28,040.00) 28 August 2020 [20]
India Suresh Raina Chennai Super Kings 11 crore (US$1.5 million) Personal Reasons 29 August 2020 [21]
Australia Kane Richardson Royal Challengers Bangalore 4.0 crore (US$560,800.00) Personal Reasons 31 August 2020 Australia Adam Zampa 1.5 crore (US$210,300.00) 31 August 2020 [22]
Sri Lanka Lasith Malinga Mumbai Indians 2.0 crore (US$280,400.00) Personal Reasons 2 September 2020 Australia James Pattinson 1 crore (US$140,200.00) 2 September 2020 [23]
India Harbhajan Singh Chennai Super Kings 2 crore (US$280,400.00) Personal Reasons September 4 2020 [24]
India Pravin Tambe Kolkata Knight Riders 20 lakh (US$28,040.00) Due to playing in foreign cricket leagues September 4 2020
Australia Mitchell Marsh Sunrisers Hyderabad 2 crore (US$280,000) Ankle Injury 23 September 2020 West Indies Cricket Board Jason Holder 75 lakh (US$105,150.00) 23 September 2020 [25]
India Amit Mishra Delhi Capitals 4 crore (US$560,000) Finger Injury 5 October 2020 India Praveen Dubey 20 lakh (US$28,040.00) 19 October 2020 [26]
India Bhuvneshwar Kumar Sunrisers Hyderabad 8.5 crore (US$1.2 million) Thigh Injury 6 October 2020 India Prithvi Raj Yarra 20 lakh (US$28,040.00) 6 October 2020 [27]
United States Ali Khan Kolkata Knight Riders 20 lakh (US$28,040.00) Side Strain 7 October 2020 New Zealand Tim Seifert 19 October 2020
India Ishant Sharma Delhi Capitals 1.1 crore (US$154,220.00) Rib Injury 13 October 2020 [28]
Trinidad and Tobago Dwayne Bravo Chennai Super Kings 6.4 crore (US$897,280.00) Groin Injury 21 October 2020 [29]

Support staff changes

Staff Team Change Role Announcement date Note Ref
South Africa Jacques Kallis Kolkata Knight Riders Parted Ways Head Coach 14 July 2019 Replaced by Brendon McCullum [30]
Australia Simon Katich Kolkata Knight Riders Parted Ways Assistant Coach 14 July 2019 Moved to Royal Challengers Bangalore replaced by Abhishek Nayar [30]
Australia Tom Moody Sunrisers Hyderabad Parted Ways Head Coach 19 July 2019 Replaced by Trevor Bayliss [31]
Australia Trevor Bayliss Sunrisers Hyderabad Appointed Head Coach 19 July 2019 Replaced Tom Moody [31]
Australia Andrew Leipus Kolkata Knight Riders Resigned Physio 19 July 2019 Replaced by Kamlesh Jain [32]
Australia Patrick Farhart Delhi Capitals Appointed Head Physio 2 August 2019 Replaced Sumeshen Moodley [33]
New Zealand Mike Hesson Kings XI Punjab Parted Ways Head Coach 8 August 2019 Replaced by Anil Kumble [34]
India Sridharan Sriram Kings XI Punjab Parted ways Bowling coach 23 August 2019 Moved to Royal Challengers Bangalore [35]
Australia Ryan Harris Kings XI Punjab Parted ways Bowling coach 23 August 2019 Replaced by Courtney Walsh [35]
New Zealand Craig McMillan Kings XI Punjab Parted ways Fielding coach 23 August 2019 Replaced by Jonty Rhodes [35]
New Zealand Brendon McCullum Kolkata Knight Riders Appointed Head Coach 15 August 2019 Replaced Jacques Kallis [36]
Australia Simon Helmot Sunrisers Hyderabad Replaced Assistant Coach 19 August 2019 Replaced by Brad Haddin [37]
Australia Brad Haddin Sunrisers Hyderabad Appointed Assistant Coach 19 August 2019 Replaced Simon Helmot [37]
South Africa Gary Kirsten Royal Challengers Bangalore Parted Ways Head Coach 23 August 2019 Replaced by Simon Katich [38]
India Ashish Nehra Royal Challengers Bangalore Parted Ways Bowling Coach 23 August 2019 Replaced by Adam Griffith [38]
New Zealand Mike Hesson Royal Challengers Bangalore Appointed Director of cricket operations 23 August 2019 Moved from KXIP [38]
Australia Simon Katich Royal Challengers Bangalore Appointed Head Coach 23 August 2019 Replaced Gary Kirsten and Moved from KKR [38]
Australia Adam Griffith Royal Challengers Bangalore Appointed Bowling Coach 19 September 2019 Replaced Ashish Nehra [39]
India Sridharan Sriram Royal Challengers Bangalore Appointed Batting and Spin Bowling Coach 19 September 2019 Moved from Kings XI Punjab [39]
India Basu Shanker Royal Challengers Bangalore Appointed Strength and Conditioning Coach 19 September 2019 [39]
India Soumyadeep Pyne Royal Challengers Bangalore Appointed Team Manager 19 September 2019 [39]
India Malolan Rangarajan Royal Challengers Bangalore Appointed Head of Scouting 19 September 2019 [39]
South Africa Evan Speechly Royal Challengers Bangalore Appointed Physio 19 September 2019 [39]
India Abhishek Nayar Kolkata Knight Riders promoted as assistant coach Mentor 5 October 2019 Replaced by David Hussey [40]
India Omkar Salvi Kolkata Knight Riders Removed Bowling Coach 5 October 2019 Replaced by Kyle Mills [40]
Australia David Hussey Kolkata Knight Riders Appointed Chief Mentor 5 October 2019 Replaced Abhishek Nayar [40]
New Zealand Kyle Mills Kolkata Knight Riders Appointed Bowling Coach 5 October 2019 Replaced Omkar Salvi [40]
India Anil Kumble Kings XI Punjab Appointed Head Coach and Director of Cricket Operations 11 October 2019 Replaced Mike Hesson for role of Head Coach [41][42]
South Africa Jonty Rhodes Kings XI Punjab Appointed Fielding Coach 11 October 2019 Replaced Craig McMillan [42]
India Sourav Ganguly Delhi Capitals Parted ways Advisor 15 October 2019 Became president of BCCI [43]
Canada Navnita Gautam Royal Challengers Bangalore Appointed Massage therapist 17 October 2019 Replaced Ramesh Mane [44]
South Africa Paddy Upton Rajasthan Royals Parted ways Head coach 21 October 2019 Replaced by Andrew McDonald [45]
Australia Andrew McDonald Rajasthan Royals Appointed Head coach 21 October 2019 Replaced Paddy Upton [45]
India Pravin Amre Delhi Capitals Parted Ways Talent Scout 21 October 2019 Replaced by Vijay Dahiya [45]
India Vijay Dahiya Delhi Capitals Appointed Head talent scout 21 October 2019 Replaced Pravin Amre [45]
India Wasim Jaffer Kings XI Punjab Appointed Batting Coach 19 December 2019 Replaced Sridharan Sriram [46]
India Pravin Amre Mumbai Indians Appointed Talent Scout 19 December 2019
New Zealand Ish Sodhi Rajasthan Royals Appointed Spin Consultant and operations executive 02 January 2020 [47]
England Steffan Jones Rajasthan Royals parted ways Fast bowling coach 20 January 2020 Replaced by Rob Cassell [48]
Australia Rob Cassell Rajasthan Royals Appointed Fast bowling coach 23 January 2020 Replaced Steffan Jones [48]
England James Foster Kolkata Knight Riders Appointed Fielding coach 09 February 2020 Replaced Subhadeep Ghosh [49]
Australia Ryan Harris Delhi Capitals Appointed Fast bowling Coach 25 August 2020 Replace James Hopes [50]
India Pravin Tambe Kolkata Knight Riders Appointed Spin Consultant and operations executive 13 September 2020 Replaced Carl Crowe [51]

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