A total of 30 players were made part of their teams by different franchises in the player auction for the second season of the Women’s Premier League (WPL) on December 9 in Mumbai. Now all the fans hope that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will soon announce the schedule of the second season. At the same time, BCCI Secretary Jay Shah has also given a big update regarding the organization of the next season, in which he made it clear that due to logistical reasons, the next season of the Women’s Premier League will also be organized in one state only.
We have many options regarding the event
After the end of the auction process of the second season of the Women’s Premier League, the statement of BCCI Secretary Jay Shah which was published in ESPN Cricinfo, he said that we have many such options including Bengaluru, Uttar Pradesh where we can organize the matches of the second season. Are. After a few years we can also organize it in Ahmedabad, Rajkot and Vadodara of Gujarat. We will take the final decision in this regard after discussing with all the franchise owners. This is for the BCCI and the franchises to sit together and decide and together we will take a decision on this. We will see where the stadiums are available. It is not that we want to hold WPL matches in Mumbai only.
The second season may start in the second or third week of February
Regarding the schedule of the second season, Jay Shah also said in his statement that we have decided that it can start in the second or third week of February. Let us tell you that after the player auction of the second season, now all the teams have 18-18 players. In the auction, Gujarat Giants spent Rs 2 crore to make India’s uncapped player Kashvi Gautam a part of their team. Apart from this, Delhi Capitals made Annabel Sutherland a part of their team for Rs 2 crore.
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