The Women Premier League’s inaugural edition is set to commence on March 04 in Mumbai. The first-ever WPL 2023 is short of no star cricketers featuring in the tournament. Ahead of the much-foreseen Women’s Premier League, let’s take a look at the top stars from all five teams. The Indian Women’s team captain, Harmanpreet Kaur,
Mumbai Indians (MI) have a significant boost as their key pacer Jofra Archer is fit and ready to appear in the entire Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023. As Jasprit Bumrah’s inclusion in IPL is hanging loose due to surgery scheduled, Jofra Archer’s presence will be a huge advantage for the franchise. After Jofra Archer’s absence
IPL 2023 is all set to kickstart on March 31 with defending champions Gujarat Titans, GT locking horns with Chennai Super Kings, and CSK in Ahmedabad. The league has returned to its traditional home and away-format in India after 2019. The 16th edition of the tournament will commence five days after the culmination of the
The first-ever Women Premier League (WPL) auction took place on 13th February 2023. At the end of it, lots of learning and trends were seen while franchises built their teams. Let’s look at those highlights: Approx INR 60 crore spent There was nearly a total of INR 60 crore available for the five franchises to
On Wednesday, the BCCI officially announced five teams for the first Women’s Premier League (WPL). This was a huge landmark moment for women’s cricket in India. The Adani Group spent Rs 1289 crore on the highest bid for the Ahmedabad team. Indiawin Sports Private Limited, which is a part of the Reliance Group, Royal Challengers Bangalore,
In March 2023, the Indian Cricket Board plans to start a franchise-based T20 league for women cricketers, similar to the Men’s Indian Premier League. The BCCI announced on Monday that Viacom 18 had won the bid for the media rights to the upcoming Women’s IPL for a whopping Rs 951 crore for five years. The
The BCCI is reportedly trying out a new “Impact Player” rule in T20 tournaments like the Syed Mushtaq Ali trophy and the Indian Premier League. This idea comes from the book of innovation. Under the new rule, teams can switch out one of their 11 players during a game if they think it will help.