Lalit Modi
Lalit Modi. (Picture by Prasad Gori through Getty Photos)

Probably the most distinguished franchise-based leagues, the Indian Premier League (IPL) is more likely to have a correct ladies’s match from 2023. The Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary Jay Shah has stated that the inaugural version shall be a precedence for the Indian board and they’re going to do all the things to make it occur within the subsequent 12 months.

The ladies’s IPL has been a scorching matter among the many cricketing followers and consultants, nevertheless it has remained within the papers. Nevertheless, all that talks at the moment are trying to be applied on the bottom as effectively. In the meantime, former IPL chairman Lalit Modi has his say on the Ladies’s IPL.

It’s a large increase to the ladies’s sport and I’m actually: Lalit Modi on Ladies’s IPL

“I didn’t see a lot of IPL ladies’s video games this 12 months (Ladies’s T20 Problem), however I believe one of many greatest issues they need to do is make it obligatory for an IPL franchise to have a ladies’s group,” Lalit Modi advised NDTV.

“If an IPL franchise proprietor is ready to have a ladies’s group, you’ll see the bench power in Indian ladies’s cricket go up. You’ll see funding in ladies’s cricket by house owners who’re already making good cash now. Wonderful step. It’s a giant increase to the ladies’s sport and I’m actually glad,” Modi added.

The IPL bought its media rights at an astonishing worth lately and is at the moment valued as one of the crucial prestigious and costly sports activities leagues on the earth. It have to be famous that the sooner version of the ladies’s IPL was a T20 problem that had a complete of three groups and performed a complete of 4 matches. Nevertheless, it appears that evidently all of that’s going to alter the subsequent 12 months.

In the meantime, the Indian ladies’s cricket group is slated to play a three-match T20I collection, adopted by three ODIs in opposition to neighbors Sri Lanka. The tour will begin on June 23.