The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has invited bids for proudly owning teams in the Women’s Indian Premier League (WIPL), a report by The Economic Times (ET) mentioned. The tender for bids will probably be obtainable after the cost of a non-refundable price of Rs 5 lakh. It will probably be obtainable for buy until January 21, 2023.
Arun Dhumal, chairman of IPL, mentioned there was a “lot of interest” amongst company homes to personal a workforce in Women’s IPL.
“Given the interest in the WIPL, we are hopeful of getting a good set of franchise owners. There is a lot of interest in owning a WIPL team from existing IPL franchises as well as new players,” he informed ET.
In October, PTI reported that the first edition of WIPL will happen in March, earlier than the lads’s IPL.
The match will characteristic 5 teams that may play one another twice. The desk toppers will get a direct entry into the ultimate, whereas the second and third-place teams will battle out in the “eliminator”.
Each workforce can have not more than 5 abroad cricketers in the enjoying eleven.
In a be aware, BCCI mentioned, “To have a well balance of domestic & international players and to have competitive teams, it has been tentatively decided to have five teams for WIPL. Each team can comprise maximum of eighteen players where no team can have more than six overseas players.”
“Further, no more than five overseas players – four from Full Members of the ICC and one from the Associate Members of the ICC can be part of the playing XI of each team,” a BCCI be aware learn.
The board additionally thinks with a restricted variety of teams, the home-and-away format is not going to be possible. The occasion is predicted to happen quickly after the Women’s T20 World Cup in South Africa from February 9-26.
“Like IPL it will be a challenge to play in home-away format in WIPL, as with five to six teams it is not possible to have a match every day. It is suggested that the tournament can be played in caravan style where after finishing ten matches at one venue next ten matches to be played at the next venue,” it mentioned.
“Therefore, ten matches each to be played across two venues in 2023 WIPL season, ten each in the next two venues in 2024 season and for 2025 season ten matches in remaining one venue and remaining ten in one of the venues from 2023 season,” the be aware added.