Mithali Raj Demand, BCCI Should Start Women’s IPL From Next Year

Mithali Raj Womens IPL

The captain of the Indian ODI team, Mithali Raj, demanded that the BCCI should start the IPL for women in the next year. India’s legendary cricketer Mithali Raj said that the women’s IPL could not wait any longer. And the BCCI should start it in 2021.

Mithali Raj Demand

Mithali Raj said in an interview with Cricinfo that even though the BCCI may organize it on a smaller scale in the first year, it can allow six foreign players to play in each team instead of four. Earlier, after India’s defeat at the hands of Australia in the women’s T20 World Cup final. Sunil Gavaskar also advocated starting the IPL in the women’s section. He had said that if the women’s IPL began to, it would allow India’s young talent in women’s cricket. Mithali Raj.

Women’s IPL From Next Year

However, the BCCI also knows the growing influence of India in women’s cricket. During the IPL in 2018, a match held in the name of Women’s T20 Challenge. In 2019, the three-team Women’s T20 Challenge Cup held in which four games played between the three teams. There are plans to have a total of seven matches between the four teams this year. But the chances of getting IPL due to Coronavirus are unlikely. Mithali Raj.

When Sourav Ganguly took over as the BCCI President in October last year. He said that he sees it taking four years to start the full-time women’s IPL. According to him, it will take time because India does not have such talented players in women’s cricket right now.

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