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Bengaluru and Delhi Selected as Host Cities for the WPL 2024 Starting on February 22.

The commencement of the highly anticipated second season of the Women's Premier League (WPL) is scheduled for February 22. This season, the tournament will encompass two vibrant cities, Delhi and Bengaluru, showcasing the increasing popularity of women's cricket.


With five competitive teams competing for dominance, the atmosphere is set for intense competition and awe-inspiring performances. Mumbai Indians, the defending champions, secured the title in an exhilarating showdown against Delhi Capitals in the final of 2023. As they prepare to defend their championship, cricket enthusiasts can anticipate an enthralling battle for supremacy among the leading women cricketers.


The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has also announced the date for the final, which will take place on 17th March at the Arun Jaitley Stadium.


The Women's Premier League (WPL) season is set to unfold distinctively, as all 22 matches will be held in two selected venues, Bengaluru and Delhi. This decision, aimed at streamlining the tournament, will give fans an intense cricketing spectacle. Bengaluru will host the first leg of the competition, showcasing thrilling encounters among the five participating teams - Delhi Capitals, Mumbai Indians, Royal Challengers Bangalore, UP Warrioz, and Gujarat Giants.


 Subsequently, the cricketing action will shift to Delhi's Arun Jaitley Stadium, the home ground of Delhi Capitals, for the second leg. The five participating teams will compete in the league stage to secure a spot in the playoffs. The top three teams from the league phase will qualify for the playoffs, with the team at the top of the table earning a direct entry into the final. Meanwhile, the second and third-placed teams will face each other in the Eliminator, and the winner will proceed to the next round.


The auctions for the much-anticipated Women's Premier League (WPL) 2024 took center stage in December, showcasing fervent bidding wars and unveiling some groundbreaking deals. In a surprising turn of events, Indian all-rounder Kashvee Gautam emerged as the most expensive uncapped player, securing a whopping deal with a price tag of $240,000.


IPL 2024 Schedule


The Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024, which has been eagerly anticipated, is currently awaiting clarity regarding its itinerary. BCCI Secretary Jay Shah, during the auctions held in December, announced the commencement date but acknowledged that the final schedule depends on the dates of the upcoming general elections in India. The IPL schedule is intricately connected to the electoral calendar, adding complexity to the planning process.


 As the nation prepares for another round of elections, the Election Commission of India is expected to disclose its plans in the first or second week of February. The decisions made during this crucial period will ultimately determine the fate of the IPL 2024 schedule.


Edited by: Kaiyah Ellison


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