When will the Women IPL Start
Supporters do not understand why the richest Cricket Board in the world is a step behind other women’s leagues around the world
Women’s IPL: Since team, India placed second in both the 2017 ODI World Cup and the 2020 T20 World Cup. The Women’s IPL has been a hot topic of conversation for a number of years.
Additionally, given the popularity of the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL). And more recently, the Women’s Hundred in England. It was difficult for supporters to understand why the richest Cricket Board in the world was refusing to respond to demands from India’s own premier women’s T20 league.
Women’s IPL: When will the Women IPL Start
Several sources indicate that the grand finale of the inaugural women’s IPL season will occur on March 26. Just five days before the anticipated start of the men’s IPL’s 16th season on April 1.
According to the article, even though the BCCI has not yet announced the official timeframe for the inaugural season. It is expected to start one week after the final of the 2023 Women’s T20 World Cup in South Africa. Which is set for February 26 in Cape Town.
Women IPL Teams?
Five franchise clubs will compete in the league, and they will play a total of 22 games. Each squad may consist of up to 18 players. With a maximum of six foreign players; each starting XI may contain a maximum of five foreign players.
The BCCI reportedly shortlisted the following cities for the teams to be sold across India’s six zones: Dharamsala/Jammu (North zone), Pune/Rajkot (West), Indore/Nagpur/Raipur (Central), Ranchi/Cuttack (East), Kochi/Visakhapatnam (South), and Guwahati (North-East).
Alternatively, the teams may not have a home base and play their games at six different
Women’s IPL: Auction Procedure
The BCCI decided against holding an online auction and would instead use the closed-bid process. It is discovered that the BCCI has not set a starting price for any of the three categories television, digital, and a combination of the two for which rights would be sold.
Women’s IPL: A possible clash with Pakistan’s First Women’s Premier League
The BCCI has not decided whether the squad assembling would be done through an auction or a draught, which is the last step in the procedure.
The WIPL’s potential conflict with the Women’s Pakistan Super League’s inaugural season will keep player availability in mind (WPSL). The WPSL final has been scheduled for March 18 even though the PCB has not yet announced a definitive schedule for the competition.
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