The Indian Premier League (IPL) will return to its original pre-Covid format from the 2023 season. With teams playing matches at their home ground and at the opposing team’s ground. The President of the Board of Cricket in India (BCCI). Sourav Ganguly has apprised the bodies affiliated to the Board in this regard.
In the year 2020, due to the outbreak of the Covid-19 epidemic, the IPL was organized in some places. In the year 2020, it was organized in empty stadiums in three venues of the United Arab Emirates in Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi. The year 2021, this T20 tournament was organized in four venues Delhi, Ahmedabad, Mumbai and Chennai. But now the epidemic is under control and hence this league will be played in the old format of the home ground. And the opposing team’s ground.
Ganguly said, “IPL will be organized from next year in the format of playing matches at home ground and on the field of the opposing team
In a message sent to the state units, Ganguly said, “The IPL will be conducted in the format of playing matches at home ground and on the field of the opposing team from next year. All 10 teams will play their home matches at their respective venues.
Apart from this, the BCCI is also planning to organize the much-awaited women’s IPL early next year. PTI reported last month that the Women’s IPL could be held in March. After the Women’s T20 World Cup to be held in South Africa.
In a message sent on 20 September, Ganguly said, “The BCCI is currently working on organizing the much-awaited Women’s IPL. Its first season is likely to be held early next year.” Apart from the women’s IPL. The BCCI is also going to organize a girls’ U-15 one-day tournament.