Sourav Ganguly, the president of the BCCI, informed the state organizations on Tuesday that the Women’s IPL is scheduled to begin early in 2019.
In a letter to all state organizations, Ganguly outlined vital issues about the domestic and international home schedule for 2022–23.
He referred in the letter to the BCCI’s efforts to create a women’s IPL. “The BCCI is presently working on the much anticipated Women’s IPL. We anticipate launching the first season early in 2019 “read the paper in NDTV’s hands.
In the letter, Ganguly said, “More information on this will be provided in due time.
He also disclosed the return of the home-and-away format for the men’s IPL.
According to Ganguly’s letter, the men’s IPL will return to a home-and-away structure next season, with all 10 clubs playing their home matches at specific locations.
While the knockout matches were played in Kolkata and Ahmedabad last year, the IPL league matches were spread among four sites in Mumbai and Pune.
Gujarat Titans won their first championship by defeating Rajasthan Royals in the championship game in Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium.
The men’s Indian squad will host Australia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, and New Zealand, while the women’s team will host Australia, according to the letter.
Two Irani Cups will be held at BCCI venues: one in October this year and one in March of the following year. While Madhya Pradesh, who won the Ranji Trophy this year, will play against the rest of India at Indore next year, Saurashtra, the 2019–20 Ranji Trophy winners, will play against the rest of India at Rajkot in October.