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IPL To Have Exclusive Two-and-half Month Window From 2024 Season: Reports

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IPL To Have Exclusive Two-and-half Month Window From 2024 Season: Reports

IPL to have unique two and half month window from 2024 season: Reports: The cash-rich Indian Premier League (IPL) has performed one other masterstroke as it would have an official two-and-a-half month unique window from the subsequent Future Tour Programme (FTP). The ICC’s subsequent FTP will begin in 2024 and no worldwide schedule can be fixture throughout that interval.

The Indian T20 League, which normally begins in March and runs until the tip of May, will now spill over to June after the BCCI efficiently sanctions two-and-a-half months window from the ICC.

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The hints on the event have been earlier given by the BCCI secretary Jay Shah, who has been actively working to get an unique window.

“Let me inform you that from the next ICC FTP calendar, IPL will have an official two-and-a-half month window so that all the top international cricketers can participate. We have had discussions with various boards as well as the ICC,” Jay Shah had instructed PTI earlier.

While all of the cricket boards would comply with it, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is anticipated to launch an official protest as their gamers are restricted to take part within the Indian Premier League as a consequence of cross-border political tensions. However, Ramiz Raja is unlikely to get assist from different member nations.

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“The problem with Ramiz is that he has to say certain things to his country’s media and he does that which is fair. But the trend of his performance at ICC meetings tells a different story. He never puts in a strong protests. Plus he is a thorough gentleman and he knows that this is happening. The boards want it and the players want it,” the senior official stated when requested about PCB’s objection to IPL’s prolonged window.

Notably, the Indian Premier League (IPL) not too long ago expanded to a ten-teams affair after the BCCI efficiently added Gujarat Titans (GT) and Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) to the pool of eight current franchises forward of the IPL 2022. With the match getting two new groups, the overall matches acquired elevated from 60 to 74. The quantity is, nevertheless, anticipated to rise within the coming few years to 84 and at last 94.

As per the stories, the BCCI will push to extend the overall IPL matches to 84 within the subsequent two seasons of the Indian Premier League. While it would go as much as 94 by the IPL 2026. 

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