England players Nat and Katherine Sciver-Brunt, Sophie Ecclestone and Danni Wyatt have entered the inaugural Women's Premier League (WPL) auction at the highest reserve price.
The quartet are among 24 players listed in the top bracket of £50,000.
The auction, where five franchises will pick their squads from 409 listed cricketers, takes place on Monday.
The T20 competition, which is a women's version of the Indian Premier League (IPL), is set to start in March.
The Indian cricket board (BCCI) said they received 1,525 applications for the tournament, from which 246 Indians and 163 overseas players made the final cut.
There are a maximum of 90 slots available across the five teams, with 30 places reserved for overseas players - six per franchise.
Australia greats Meg Lanning and Ellyse Perry, India captain Harmanpreet Kaur and former West Indies all-rounder Deandra Dottin are also part of the highest bracket.
Each team will have about £1.2m to spend on between 15 and 18 players, meaning the top stars could earn six-figure deals.
The highest salary in the women's Hundred is £31,250.
England captain Heather Knight has a base price of £40,000, as have wicketkeeper Amy Jones and all-rounder Charlie Dean.
Under-19 captain Grace Scrivens is the only uncapped player among the 27 English entrants and has a base price of £10,000.
Tammy Beaumont, Alice Capsey, Sophia Dunkley, Kate Cross and Alex Hartley are among those listed in the £30,000 bracket.
The five franchises were sold for £465m, with the owners of three existing IPL teams - Royal Challengers Bangalore, Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals - securing rights.
The other two teams were awarded to Adani Group and Capri Global. Those sides will be based in Ahmedabad and Lucknow respectively.