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The Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) president Sourav Ganguly has confirmed that the Indian Premier League (IPL) will return to its unique, pre-COVID-19, home-and-away format from the 2023 season.
It should be famous that the IPL has been held at chosen venues for the reason that begin of the Covid-19 pandemic. In 2020, the hardest franchise-based league was carried out throughout three venues within the UAE, specifically Dubai, Sharjah, and Abu Dhabi, whereas within the 2021 version, the competitors was held throughout 4 Indian venues, specifically Delhi, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, and Chennai earlier than being halted mid-way because of the Covid outbreak in a number of camps. The event was resumed later that yr within the UAE.
Nevertheless, the 2022 season of the IPL was performed fully in India, with the brand new entrants Gujarat Titans lifting the trophy after defeating the Rajasthan Royals within the last on the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, Gujarat.
“The subsequent season of males’s IPL may even return to the house and away format with all ten groups enjoying their residence matches at their designated venues,” learn Ganguly’s observe to state items.
The BCCI is at the moment engaged on the much-awaited girls’s IPL: Sourav Ganguly
The BCCI president has additionally confirmed that the highest cricketing physique is planning to start out the inaugural version of girls’s IPL early subsequent yr. The previous Indian skipper stated that extra particulars will observe sooner or later.
“The BCCI is at the moment engaged on the much-awaited girls’s IPL. We expect to start out the primary season early subsequent yr. Extra particulars will observe within the due course,” Ganguly wrote in his e-mail, as talked about within the Instances of India. “We’re glad to introduce a woman’s u-15 event from this season.
“Girls’s cricket has seen phenomenal development internationally and our nationwide group has been performing effectively. This new event will create a pathway for our women to play on the worldwide stage,” the previous Indian captain added.