IPL 2023 Start DATE – IPL 2023 Schedule: Indian Premier League 2023 (IPL2023) is likely to have a delayed start. The 16th…
IPL 2023 Start DATE – IPL 2023 Schedule: Indian Premier League 2023 (IPL2023) is likely to have a delayed start. The 16th season of the LEAGUE is likely to start from 1st April instead of conventional start in March. Reason, inaugural Women’s IPL. As per reports coming in from BCCI Headquarter, the inaugral season of Women’s IPL will start on March 3rd and will continue till 26th March. This is the reason IPL Season 16 will begin with delay of 7-8 days: Follow Indian Premier League 2023 & IPL 2023 Auction LIVE Updates with InsideSport.IN
- IPL Season 16 to begin on April 1st instead of routine start in March
- WIPL Season 1 to be played from 3rd March to 26th of the same month
- The IPL 2023 Auction is scheduled for 23rd Decemeber
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IPL 2023 Start DATE: IPL Season 16 likely to have delayed start due to Women IPL, IPL 2023 to begin on 1st April: Follow IPL 2023 LIVE Updates
IPL 2023 is anticipated to start on April 1 and the inaugural Women’s IPL season is anticipated to run from March 3 to 26. Both competitions will take place in India.
The WIPL will begin a week after the 2023 Women’s T20 World Cup final, which is planned to take place on February 26 in Cape Town, even though the BCCI has not yet finalised the dates.
The next on the agenda for BCCI is the release of Invitation to Tender for WIPL franchises. Instead of city-based teams, the BCCI is looking for zonal-based teams. Each team will represent a particular zone.
Apex Indian cricketing body is looking at teams from Dharamshala/Jammu (North), Pune/Rajkot (West), Indore/Nagpur/Raipur (Central), Ranchi/Cuttack (East), Kochi/Visakhapatnam (South) and Guwahati (North-East).
As per ESPNCricinfo, before deciding on the end date for the 10-team competition (IPL), the BCCI is determining the availability of foreign players. Season 16 will resume the home-and-away format that was abandoned due to limitations imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The BCCI would probably aim to finish up the IPL by the end of May because England and Ireland will play a one-off Test at Lord’s from June 1 to 4.
The second ICC World Test Championship final will take place at The Oval a few days later in which India has a chance to compete. While the prestigious ‘The Ashes’ start on June 16.
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