IPL 2023: ICC allows a longer window of two and a half months

The IPL 2023 will now start in the 2nd week of March and will end by the 1st week of June.

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IPL 2023: ICC allows a longer window of two and a half months

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The IPL 2023 will now start in the 2nd week of March and will end by the 1st week of June.

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The International Cricket Council has ceded to BCCI’s request for a longer window for the Indian Premier League (IPL). From now IPL will be a 74 days affair. The IPL 2023 will now start in the 2nd week of March and will end by the 1st week of June. It is worth noting that IPL so far starts in the last week of March.

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  • IPL 2023 will start in the 2nd week of March. The 74-day window for the 16th season of IPL will end in the 1st week of June
  • The ICC has recently finalized plans for the upcoming Future Tours and Programmes (FTP)
  • No BIG International Cricket series will be played during this Windiw

Earlier in June, it was confirmed by Sourav Ganguly and Jay Shah, that IPL is set to get two and half a month official window from IPL 2023 on the FTP calendar as per the final draft. Furthermore, Cricket Australia’s BBL and England’s The Hundred will also get windows, cutting into bilateral cricket.

IPL 2023 Trade Window is likely to open in mid-November 2022

The plans were made official at the ICC meeting held in Birmingham where the newly proposed plans were discussed. Every year, between the second and third week of March and the first week of June, will be earmarked for IPL. However, IPL Trade Window is likely to open in mid-November 2022.

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Meanwhile, IPL currently enjoys a 54-day window, Jay Shah confirmed that it will be extended. The BCCI has also set plans to revert to home and away matches which will make it a 94-match affair compared to 74 games in the current format.

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