“RCB won’t win here either”

There is literally no hiding from the fact that there is no better business than cricket in India. Fans are totally into the sport as they often turn out in droves to see their favorite superstars in action.

The enthusiasm for cricket in India is just unreal and that is exactly why it is the most watched sport in the country. It is also worth mentioning here that India has more international cricket venues compared to other nations.

Yes, India has as many as 52 international cricket venues, which is the most of any country. England comes next on the list with 23 international cricket venues.

With so many venues in India, it becomes much easier for BCCI to organize many matches – from international to domestic matches including the Indian Premier League.

MI, CSK, DC, KKR, RCB, PBKS, RR show interest in women’s IPL teams

While we were aware that male cricketers were often in the spotlight no matter what they were doing on the pitch, the perception of the sport slowly changed over the years.

Even the players are now in the headlines for their performances, wins and so on. Meanwhile, in recent development, it was learned that seven IPL teams have expressed interest in buying teams for the women’s IPL.

Yes, you read it right! The seven teams include Mumbai Indians, Chennai Super Kings, Delhi Capitals, Kolkata Knight Riders, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Punjab Kings and Rajasthan Royals, according to CricketNext.

On the other hand, greats like Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians are waiting for a tender. The Men’s Indian Premier League has been a great success having gone through 15 editions since its inception.

Now it looks like next year’s Women’s IPL will take shape. The inaugural edition of the Women’s Indian Premier League is expected to take place in March 2023.

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