IPL’s chairman Brijesh Patel has confirmed that IPL 2022 will be held from March 26 to May 29 . Only 40 per cent fans will be allowed in attendance keeping in line with the Maharashtra government’s guidelines.
Mumbai and Pune are slated to host 70 matches of the upcoming campaign, and a decision will soon follow regarding the playoffs.
Today, I would like to share some detailed information about IPL Mega auction and some interesting facts there at
The first match of Tata Indian Premier League 2022 is scheduled to be played on 26 March 2022, in the M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai and the final match of IPL 15 is scheduled to be played on 29th May 2022.
Since last two years IPL (Indian Premier League) had played in the UAE i.e. United Arab Emirates due to the COVID-19 surge, but this year IPL 2022 is scheduled to be played in India. In this IPL, there will be 10 teams, which will be hilarious for the IPL as two new teams have been added this season.
Last year , only 8 teams played the IPL matches: Chennai Super Kings, Delhi Capitals, Punjab Kings, Kolkata Knight Riders, Mumbai Indians, Rajasthan Royals, Royal Challengers Bangalore & Sunrisers Hyderabad.
The new two which are going to be the parts of Indian Premier League 15 are Gujrat Titans & Lucknow Super Giant
Aside from the retained players, SRH has released the remaining capped and uncapped players and acquired the required player at the IPL 2022 Auction.
SRH should never have released David Warner after his IPL 2021 performance since his numbers speak for themselves. Perhaps the IPL’s retention rules compelled the franchise to make this difficult choice.
As we know that cricket is the most popular game in world and IPL is the most favorite destination for the players from all over the world.
Because of the raining sixes and fours in each match that makes the match exciting. On the other hand, there is also lots of money being spent on these players. The IPL auction makes some players rich and it also happens that no takers were available for some great players.
Akshar Patel : He has been retained by Delhi capital for Rs, 9.00 crore, enhanced from 5.00 crore in 2021.
Rahul Tewatia ..He has gain popularity by smashing 6 sixes in one over to win the match in IPL 2021 match. He is an all-rounder. Gujrat titan has purchased for Rs. 9.00 crore
Shahrukh khan : Everyone is surprised to see that Shahrukh khan has been sold for Rs. 9 crore and the team is PBKS. The price was enhanced from 5.00 Crores in 2021 IPL
Marcus Stoinis : He has been purchased by Lucknow Super Giant for Rs. 9.20 Crores through the draft.
K. Rabada : He has been auctioned for Rs. 9.25 cr and purchased by PBKS.
JOSH BUTLER: He is a batsman cum wicket-keeper and retained by RR for Rs 10.00 cr as enhanced from 4.40cr in IPL 2021.
Prasiddh Krishna : He is popular for his intelligent balling and purchased for Rs. 10.00 cr by R.R.
Lockie Ferguson: Fast baller of England has been purchased by Gujrat Gaint for Rs. 10.00 cr
Avesh khan .. He was popularized in previous IPL through his intelligent balling.
His base price was 40.00 lac but Lucknow Super Giants purchased him for Rs 10 cr.
Nicholas Pooran : He was not so successful in the previous IPL season, however, looking at their form, Sunrisers Hyderabad has purchased him for Rs, 10.75 cr.
Wanedu Hansranga .. He is a leg spinner from Sri Lanka, not popular for IPL, but his luck has brightened as he is purchased by RCB for Rs. 10.75 Cr.
SARDUL THAKUR .. DC has purchased him for Rs. 10.75 cr.
Harsal Patel : in 2021 IPL he was the leading wicket-taker and has been purchased by a hefty amount of Rs, 10.75 by RCB. He was previously receiving a 40.00 lac fee with RCB.
Ishan Kishan : India’s wicketkeeper-batter Ishan Kishan was the most expensive player at the IPL 2022 mega auction. Mumbai Indians broke the bank to get him for Rs 15.25 crore as they want to retain him in their team. He became the 2nd most expensive Indian player at an auction after Yuvraj Singh (Rs 16 crore) in 2015.
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