The preparations for the Indian Premier League-2023 have started. According to the report, the auction can be held in the month of December, which will be a kind of mini auction. This time the IPL is going to return to its old style, where matches are to be held on the home ground of every team.
mini auction for ipl 2023
Team India is currently preparing for the T20 World Cup and this World Cup is going to be played in Australia next month. Meanwhile, another big news has come for the cricket fans that the Indian Premier League 2023 auction can be held in December. It will be a mini auction, the venue of which is yet to be decided.
Auction to be held on 16th December!
BCCI can do this auction in the second or third week of December. It is believed that on December 16, this auction can be held for IPL 2023. Before IPL 2022 there was a mega auction, so this time it will be a simple auction.
95 crores in purse of each team
95 crores will be in each team’s purse for the auction, if a player leaves then the amount in the team’s purse will increase accordingly. This time the purse of the team is Rs 5 crore more than last year, so it has to be seen how the teams spend in the mini IPL this time.
There will be big changes in the players’ auction
After IPL 2022, the performance of players of many teams was in discussion. In such a situation, many big deals can be seen in this IPL, in which the names of players like Ravindra Jadeja of Chennai Super Kings, Shubman Gill of Gujarat Titans are likely to appear.
This time IPL is special
BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has already announced that IPL 2023 will be played in its old style. That is, this time IPL will be organized in India and it will be organized as a home-away match. That is, the matches will be held at the home ground of each team.
BCCI preparing for big event
This IPL is going to be special in many ways, as it is believed to be the last IPL of Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Apart from this, the women’s IPL can also start from the year 2023, in such a situation, the BCCI is already engaged in preparing for all these big events.