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ICC allows longer window, IPL 2023 to span for over two months

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The International Cricket Council has agreed to the BCCI’s request for a lengthier window for the Indian Premier League. The IPL will now last for 74 days. The IPL 2023 season will now begin the second week of March and end the first week of June. It is noteworthy that the IPL has thus far begun in the latter week of March.

Sourav Ganguly and Jay Shah earlier in June announced that the IPL is scheduled to receive a two-and-a-half-month official window. It will begin with the IPL 2023 on the FTP calendar as per the final drought. Additionally, windows will be granted to the BBL of Cricket Australia and The Hundred of England, which will interfere with bilateral cricket.

The ICC meeting in Birmingham, when the recently suggested proposals were considered, is where the plans were made official. IPL will always take place between the second and third weeks of March and the first week of June. Jay Shah said that the IPL’s existing 54-day window will be extended. In addition, the BCCI has plans to switch back to home and away games. It will increase the number of games to 94 from the present 74.

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