The Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) is all set to host the first-ever participant public sale for the inaugural version of Girls’s IPL in February subsequent month.
Earlier, Viacom 18 received media rights for WIPL for a interval of 5 years (2023-2027) for $116.7 million with per match worth coming right down to roughly $857,000.
The event will probably be beginning in March 2023 and is more likely to be accomplished in a one-month window. A plethora of abroad gamers has reportedly registered for the public sale.
5 Abroad Gamers Allowed In WIPL
In one other important growth, the BCCI will permit 5 abroad gamers within the taking part in XI with a minimum of one participant from an Affiliate nation allowed within the XI, Cricbuzz reported on Thursday, January 19.
This rule is kind of totally different from males’s IPL, the place solely 4 international gamers are allowed to the taking part in XI. Additionally, selecting a minimum of one cricketer from an affiliate nation shouldn’t be necessary within the males’s IPL.
“The groups can have the choice of fielding 5 international gamers so long as the fifth participant is from an Affiliate nation,” a BCCI supply mentioned.
Mumbai Indians, Chennai Tremendous Kings, Kolkata Knight Riders, Rajasthan Royals, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Punjab Kings, Delhi Capitals, and the IPL’s defending champion Gujarat Titans will compete to buy groups within the IPL for ladies.
Royal Challengers Bangalore and Lucknow Tremendous Giants are the 2 remaining franchises, that won’t take part within the bidding for the five-team Girls’s IPL, which is about to start in March. The BCCI is anticipated to disclose the identify of the 5 franchises on January 25.