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BCCI shares detailed plan for IPL 2020 in UAE

  • Jul 29, 2020
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The Indian Premier League (IPL) Governing Council will meet over the weekend in a conference call, followed by a meeting with key stakeholders: franchisees, broadcasters, and central sponsors.The meetings will chart out the "final plan" for the tournament, which will take place in the UAE from September 19.This comes after reported on concerns raised by the dealership about the arrangements being made for the 13th edition of the IPL. "In all these years of the IPL, the responsibility for accommodation, hospitality, travel, etc., during the IPL, was with the owners of the team. Nothing will change this year. The only change will be in the POEs regarding COVID "President Brijesh Patel said, also confirming the dates for the Meetings.BCCI decided to share its plans with UAE on MondayBio-secure bubble: Strict protocols being put in place. Each franchise agency will create its own bubble in which the team only interacts with the limited number of people in its ecosystem or assigned to them by the BCCI. A similar bubble will be created for employees of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, broadcasters, etc. Only through pre-designated coordinators will anyone be allowed to interact with people outside of their bubble.Revenue pools: Since the 60 IPL matches were played in 51 days, there will be no change in the distribution of the CBI's central income group.Gate money: If IPL were not to happen, franchises would not have sought any income. Letting go of gate money, the board says, is "pittance".Travel & accommodation: The franchise must specify its own travel and residence arrangements in the United Arab Emirates. Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry will coordinate with UAE authorities to guarantee "discounted hotel rates" and share them with concessions. Thereafter, the franchise would have the right to compromise on the options available to BCCI or to make its own arrangements. The franchise will take its players to the Emirates and vice versa, as is the case during the IPL in India each year.Medical assistance: Franchises will organize their own medical teams and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry will organize a central medical team. Once the players and support staff arrive in the UAE, the burden of proof will fall on the dealer, who in turn will coordinate with the BCCI medical team 24/7. The medical team of each franchise will remain with their teams in the security bubble.Player replacement & loaning: There will be no change in player policy and franchises will be free to travel with additional players to avoid last-minute travel.The Board and the Board are working in fine detail to prepare a draft of these policies to be discussed at Saturday's meeting and then shared with the concessions. "Once we share what we do with the benefits, we know there will be questions. We need to be fully prepared," says Patel.Source: Times of IndiaAlso Read:Brijesh Patel: IPL 2020 will start on September 19 in the United Arab Emirates

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IPL: Ravindra Jadeja will miss CSK pre-season training camp in Chennai

  • Aug 25, 2020
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Chennai: Indian Off-Road Ravindra Jadeja will be absent from the air-conditioned Chennai Super Kings camp for six days prior to the team's departure to the UAE for the 2020 Indian Premier League (IPL).The camp is scheduled to take place from August 15-20 in Chennai. All other members of the franchise team, including captain MS Dhoni, Harbhajan Singh, Suresh Raina and Ambati Rayudu, will attend the camp, which will focus mainly on fitness, along with some cricket training.ESPNcricinfo quoted CSK CEO Cassie Viswanthan as saying in explaining Jadeja's absence "has personal obligations". But Jadeja will arrive Chennai in time to board Dubai on August 21st.Viswanthan said the Tamil Nadu government has given the Super KViswanthan ings written permission to camp at MA Chidambaram Stadium, behind closed doors. ESPNcricinfo reports that bowling coach El Balaji will be the only member of the coaching staff present at the camp.Viswanthan said coach Stephen Fleming and assistant coach Michael Hussey will likely join the squad in Dubai on August 22.CSK expects two South Africans, Faf du Plessis and Lungi Ngidi, to join the team after September 1.Viswanthan said, "When we spoke to Faf du Plessis and Lungi Ngidi, they said yes, we will go. They said they will not come until after the first of September."Third South African player Imran Tahir will join the squad after his participation in the Caribbean Premier League in Trinidad.Viswanthan said South African backroom couple Eric Simmons (bowling advisor) and Greg King (physical coach) will join the team in Dubai on August 21.The 13th edition of the IPL Indian League will take place for 53 days, from September 19 to November 10, in three venues: Abu Dhabi, Sharjah and Dubai. The final is scheduled to be played on a weekday, Tuesday, for the first time in T20 history.The Emirates Cricket Board had also confirmed that it had obtained official permission from BCCI to host the IPL 2020. The IPL was originally scheduled to operate from March 29, but has been postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic.img source: Times NowAlso Read: IPL during Covid: no fans, 4 tests in two weeks for players

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IPL Auction 2021: IPL Auction tentative, IPL teams All you need to know about IPL 2021 auction

  • Dec 29, 2020
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IPL Auction 2021: IPL Auction tentative Date, IPL Auction tentative Time, IPL Auction tentative mini auctions, IPL Auction tentative live streaming, IPL Auction tentative broadcast, IPL teams All you need to know about IPL Auction 2021: Fans are eagerly awaiting the IPL Auction 2021, but before that, all eyes are on the IPL Auction 2021. It was previously reported that there will be a full auction for Indian Premier League(IPL) 14, but it has now been confirmed that BCCI will hold a small auction only auctions, while Indian Premier League(IPL) 2022 will see auctions Huge, as two new teams will be added in the fifteenth season of Indian Premier League(IPL).About IPL Auction 2021:IPL Auction 2021 tentative DateThe IPL auction 2021 will likely take place in mid-February 2021.IPL Auction 2021 TimeThe IPL 2021 auction will be held in mid-February 2021 and is expected to start at 3.30 pm (IST).IPL Auction 2021 broadcastThe IPL 2021 auction will be broadcast on Star Sports Network.IPL Auction 2021 live streamingThe 2021 IPL Auction Live broadcast will be available on Disney + Hotstar. You can also see updates live on pitchhigh.com Hotstar has also reached an agreement with Reliance Jio to broadcast the 2021 IPL auction live. Jio customers can watch the 2021 IPL auction for free.About Mini AuctionsIt is final now that no mega-auction of IPL (IPL 2021) will take place. Instead, the Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry will hold small auctions. The full giants' auctions will now take place in Indian Premier League(IPL) 2022 once the two new teams join next year."A full auction will not be possible this time due to time constraints and other issues. Instead, we will hold mini auctions where franchisees can bid on some new players. The auction dates and other things have not been set yet." An official at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry said.Also Read: IPL 2020 Auction: Players who could be released by franchises CSK, RR, RCB, MI, and othersIPL 2021 Mini-Auctions will be conductedAccording to information from various BCCI officials, the Indian Premier League(IPL) 2021 mini-auction will be held sometime in February.The T20 Indian National Championship, Syed Mushtaq Ali, will be held from January 10 to January 31. The tournament will be a window for Indian Premier League(IPL) perks to measure the performance of national competitors and recruit new talent into their teams.IPL 2021 mini-auction Retaining PlayersIt should be noted that the franchises were only under contract until Indian Premier League(IPL) 2020 with the current pool of players. Prior to the mini-auction, BCCI and donors will complete contractual procedures with those players that teams wish to retain for the Indian Premier League(IPL) 2021 season.IPL 2021 Mini-Auction: where it will lead for Indian Premier League(IPL) teamsSome Indian Premier League(IPL) franchises with a well-established team like Mumbai Indians will be happy to hold small auctions. But at the same time, teams like the Chennai Super Kings, which we're looking to rebuild their squad after the 2020 IPL disaster, will be disappointed with this development.Once BCCI and the Indian Premier League(IPL) Board of Directors formally approved the history of mini auctions, the franchisee will begin the process of retaining players or freeing them from their teams.Some of the players who may not be retained by the Indian Premier League(IPL) franchises include the likes of Glenn Maxwell (KXIP), Imran Tahir (CSK), Kuldeep Yadav (KKR), Sheldon Cottrell (KXIP), Kedar Jadhav (CSK), Dinesh Karthik (KKR), Jaydev Unadkat (RR), and few others.Indian Premier League(IPL) fans should be prepared for the action-packed months of January and February, as the franchises will be busy with player strategies.Also Read: IPL 2020 FINAL RESULT: MUMBAI INDIANS BECOME THE FIFTH TIME TROPHY WINNER

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Jasprit Bumrah become highest paid Indian cricketer in 2020

  • Jan 06, 2021
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In the year the COVID-19 pandemic shortened the cricket calendar, fast-paced cricketer Jasprit Bumrah became the highest-paid Indian cricketer in 2020. The brand surpassed cricketer Captain Virat Kohli, who was awarded Rs. 1.29 crore and pocketable Rs. 1.38 million rupees during the year.Each Indian cricketer pays Rs. 15 Lakhs, Rs. 6 lakhs, and Rs. 3 lakhs for each test, ODI and T20I played respectively. Now, players holding A+ grade contract earn a salary of Rs. 7 million rupees every year except for the same. In this sense, given that both Bumrah and Kohli are A + players and the former has played most of the games in this calendar year, he is the one who made the most money.What if Virat Played?Had Virat Kohli played the 2020 Final, Boxing Day Test against Australia won by India, he would have emerged as India's best cricketer ahead of Jasprit Bumrah. But due to paternity leave, this was not possible.Ravindra Jadeja is the third-highest paid cricketer.Rohit Sharma is not in the top fiveIndian Vice-Captain Rohit Sharma has yet to find a place in India's top five income countries this calendar year. This was due to the fact that due to fitness issues, the white ball leg was completely missed from the Australia Tour, as well as the first two test matches. The Junior was only able to play 3 ODI matches and 2 Match Test this calendar year, thus earning only Rs. 30 lakhs.Third on the list is Ravindra Jadeja, who has earned Rs. 96 lakhs over the course of a calendar year. The off-roader could have won more, but the injury kept him out of the starting line-up during the last two-quarters of the World Cup against Australia, as well as the first round in Adelaide.Also Read: Rajeev Shukla set to become BCCI vice-president