Sports desk , Edited By: Roshni Singh , Updated on: 06 Dec 2022, 04:08:32 PM
MS Dhoni, Sam Curran (Photo Credit: Social Media)
IPL 2023: The bugle of Indian Premier League 2023 (IPL 2023) has been played. Only a few days are left for the auction to be held for the next season of IPL. The mini auction for IPL 2023 is to be held in Kochi on 23 December. For this, all the teams have started preparations. Please tell that 991 players have given their names for the mini auction of IPL. Most of the foreign players have given their names from Australia.
Actually Australia’s Famous Cricket League Bash League is going to start from 13th December. Players from all over the world will be seen playing in this. IPL teams will keep an eye on how the players perform in the Big Bass League. Whichever IPL team they want to include in their team, they will keep a special eye on that player. The performance of the players in BBL will also affect the IPL auction. Although the teams will have only 10 days to see the player’s performance, but still the IPL teams will get an idea of which player they want to buy in the auction. The good performance of the players in BBL can fetch them huge amount in IPL auction.
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Big Bass League is considered a big league of cricket. Star players from all over the world take part in it, but most players from Australia play in it. However, at this time the Test series is going on between Australia and West Indies. All the players are busy in the Test series and they will not be seen in the opening matches of BBL. As soon as the Test series of Australia and West Indies is over, all the players will join their team in BBL.
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First Published : 06 Dec 2022, 04:07:24 PM
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