Indian Cricketers & Their Current Salaries

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has as of late turned out with its yearly gotten player’s rundown for the 2018-19 season. In the interim, the agreements, which keep running from October 1, 2018, to September 30, 2019, were affirmed by the Committee of Administrators (CoA). Rishabh Pant, who had a remarkable time in 2018 making his introduction in Test cricket was the most unmistakable gainer.

In the interim, there are four Grades – A+, A, B, and C comprising of 26 players altogether. The Grade A+ players will get Rs 7 crore while A, B, and C will procure Rs 5, 3, and one crore for each annum individually.

Here is the full rundown of the players in yearly retainer’s rundown:


GRADE C (Rs 1 crore)



Kedar Jadhav has been an essential part in the present constrained overs set-up. His lower direction off-turn has been helpful for the captains in the center overs to break associations. In addition, he can hit the ball long path in the lower-request, which gives profundity to the Indian group.




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