BCCI gave information, players can be auctioned for IPL 2021 on this date
The players can be auctioned on 18 February for the 2021 season of the Indian Premier League (IPL). A BCCI (Indian Cricket Board) official gave this information to PTI on Friday. The official said the auction could be held on February 18. There is still a decision on the place for this. The BCCI is yet to decide whether the next IPL will be held in India or not. Board President Sourav Ganguly, however, has repeatedly stressed that every effort will be made to organize it on the home ground. The IPL was held in the United Arab Emirates in 2020 due to the coronavirus epidemic.
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The smooth conduct of the home series to be played against England from next month will pave the way for this lucrative league to be held in India. The last date for retention of players was 20 January, while the trading window (transfer of players from one team to another team) will continue till 4 February. Players released from the teams include legends like Steve Smith of Australia (Regular Royals), Glenn Maxwell (Kings XI Punjab) and Lasith Malinga of Sri Lanka.
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This time the players’ erection program will be of 1 day only, which will continue till late evening. Previously, BCCI had plans to field 10 teams this season, but currently it has submitted the scheme till 2022. That is, like this time, only 8 teams will participate in this season. In the IPL 2020, defending champion Mumbai Indians defeated Delhi Capitals to claim a record fifth title.