Reliance Jio Stadium in Mumbai added to ‘potential venue list’


IPL 2022 Venue – IPL 2022 Dates & Schedule: The Indian Premier League’s (IPL) Governing Council has added Reliance Jio stadium in Mumbai to the potential list of venues for the conduct of league this season. The stadium is equipped with all moden amenities & currently is know as ‘HOME FOR MUMBAI INDIANS’. Overall the BCCI has shortlisted six venues, four in Mumbai, Pune and Ahmedabad for IPL 2022: Follow IPL 2022 LIVE Updates with InsideSport.IN

IPL 2022 Venues

  • 70 Match League stage will be played in Maharashtra & Playoffs will be played in Ahmedabad
  • Wankhede Stadium & Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai
  • D.Y. Patil Sports Stadium in Navi Mumbai
  • Maharashtra Cricket Association stadium on the outskirts of Pune
  • Jio Stadium in Navi Mumbai also added (Subject to Broadcast team’s clearance)
  • The playoffs, including the final, are likely to be played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

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IPL 2022: Reliance Jio Stadium in Mumbai added to ‘potential venue list’, IPL 2022 Dates, Schedule to be released next week

IPL 2022 Venue – IPL 2022 Dates & Schedule: The Season 15 of IPL is likely to start on March 27th & will end by the end of May. The BCCI will announce the final dates & schedule for IPL 2022 by the end of next week. 

For now, there is consensus in BCCI that to avoid any kind of Covid-19 complication – the league stage this year will be restricted to Maharashtra.

The board with an experience of IPL 2021 by their side will not take any risk this time & will conduct all 70 League matches of IPL 2022 in Maharashtra Corridor.

The BCCI official feels that by organizing the entire league stage in Maharashtra ‘flight travel will be avoided which reduces the risk of Covid-19’.

Reliance Jio Stadium: Where is the stadium & will it host IPL 2022 matches? The Jio Stadium has been shortlisted but not finalized as a IPL Venue. The stadium, developed in the Reliance Corporate Park in Navi Mumbai is fully equipped with modern facilities & can host IPL Games. 

The final decision in this regard will only be taken after completion of RECEES of BCCI’s Venue & Operations team.

The board will also wait for the approval of the broadcast team. Once the broadcast team also completes their recee, Reliance Jio Stadium can be given GREEN SIGNAL to host few IPL Games this year.

IPL 2022: Reliance Jio Stadium in Mumbai added to 'potential venue list', IPL 2022 Dates, Schedule to be released next week
IPL 2022 Venue: Reliance Jio Stadium in Mumbai added to ‘potential venue list’, IPL 2022 Dates, Schedule to be released next week

IPL 2022 Format: After 2012 for the first time IPL will be played with 10 teams. As reported earlier, the league will revert to the format for the 2012 season in Season 15. 

  • The 10 teams will be divided in two groups of five teams each.
  • Each team will face all the teams in its group and one from the other group twice.
  • It will face the remaining four in the other group once, thus sticking to the 14-game format per team in the league stage.

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CHENNAI SUPER KINGS: – Players Bought By CSK: (25 Overall – 8 Overseas) – 87.05 Cr / 2.95 Cr remaining

  • Retained: Ravindra Jadeja (16 Cr) / MS Dhoni (12 Cr) / Moeen Ali (8) / Ruturaj Gaikwad (6 Cr) CSK New Buys on Saturday: Robin Uthappa (2 Cr) / Dwayne Bravo (4.4 Cr) / Ambati Rayudu (6.75 Cr) / Deepak Chahar (14 Cr) / KM Asif (0.2 Cr) / Tushar Deshpande (0.2 Cr) New Buys on Sunday: Shivam Dube (4 Cr) / Maheesh Theekshana (0.7 Cr) / Rajvardhan Hangargekar (1.5 Cr) / Simarjeet Singh (0.2 Cr) / Devon Conway (1 Cr) / Dwaine Pretorious (0.5 Cr) / Mitch Santner (1.9 Cr) / Adam Milne (1.9 Cr) / Subhrashu Senapati (0.2 Cr) / Mukesh Choudhary (0.2 Cr) / Prashant Solanki (1.2 Cr) / N. Jagadesshan (0.2 Cr) / Hari Nishaant (0.2 Cr) / Chris Jordan (3.6 Cr) / K Bhagath Varma (0.2 Cr)

ROYAL CHALLENGERS BANGALORE: Players Bought By RCB: (22 Overall – 8 Overseas) – 88.45 Crore Spent / 1.55 Cr remaining

  • Retained: Virat Kohli (15 Cr) / Glenn Maxwell (11 Cr) / Mohammed Siraj (7 Cr): RCB New Buys on Saturday: Faf Du Plessis (7 Cr) / Harshal Patel (10.75 Cr) / Wanindu Hasaranga (10.75 Cr) / Dinesh Karthik (5.5 Cr) / Josh Hazlewood (7.75 Cr) / Shahbaz Ahmed (2.8 Cr) / Anuj Rawat (3.4 Cr) / Akash Deep (0.2 Cr) New Buys on Sunday: Mahipal Lomror (0.95 Cr) / Finn Allenn (0.8 Cr) / Sherfane Rutherford (1 Cr) / Jason Behrendorff (0.75 Cr) / Suyash Prabhudesai (0.3 Cr) / Aneeshwar Gautam (0.2 Cr) / Milind Chama (0.25 Cr) / Karn Sharma (0.5 Cr) / Siddharth Kaul (0.75 Cr) / Luvnith Sisodia (0.2 Cr)

DELHI CAPITALS: Players Bought By DC (24 Overall – 7 Overseas) 89.9 Crore Spent / 0.1 Cr remaining

  • Retained: Rishabh Pant (16 Cr) / Axar Patel (9 Cr) / Prithvi Shaw (7.5 Cr) / Anrich Nortje (6.5 Cr): DC New Buys on Saturday: David Warner (6.25 Cr) / Mitchell Marsh (6.5 Cr) / Shardul Thakur (10.75 Cr) / Mustafizur Rahman (2 Cr) / Kuldeep Yadav (2 Cr) / Ashwin Hebbar (0.2 Cr) / Sarfaraj Khan (0.2 Cr) / Kamlesh Nagarkoti (1.1 Cr) / KS Bharat (2 Crore) / New Buys on Sunday: Mandeep Singh (1.1 Cr) / Syed Khaleel Ahmed (5.25 Cr) / Chetan Sakariya (4.2 Cr) / Lalit Yadav (0.65 Cr) / Ripal Patel (0.2 Cr) / Yash Dhull (0.5 Cr) / Rovman Powell (2.8 Cr) / Praveen Dubey (0.5 Cr) / Lungi Ngidi (0.5 Cr) / Tim Seirefet (0.5 Cr) / Vicky Ostwal (0.2 Cr)

SUNRISERS HYDERABAD: Players Bought By SRH: (23 Overall – 8 Overseas) 89.9 Cr Spent / 0.1 Cr remaining

  • Retained: Kane Williamson (14 Cr) / Abdul Samad (4 Cr) / Umran Malik (4 Cr) SRH New Buys on Saturday: Washington Sundar (8.75 Cr) / Nicholas Pooran (15.25 Cr) / T.Natrajan (4.0 Cr) / Bhuvneshwar Kumar (4.2 Cr) / Priyam Garg (0.2 Cr) / Rahul Tripathi (8.5 Cr) / Abhishek Sharma (6.5 Cr) / Kartik Tyagi (4 Cr) / Shreyas Gopal (0.75 Cr) / Jagdeesha Suchith (0.2 Cr) / New Buys on Sunday: Aiden Markram (2.6 Cr) / Marco Jansen (4.2 Cr) / Romario Shepherd (7.75 Cr) / Sean Abbott (2.4 Cr)  / Ravikumar Samarth (0.2 Cr) / Saurabh Dubey (0.2 Cr) / Vishnu Vinod (0.5 Cr) / Fazalhaq Farooqi (0.5 Cr) / Shahshank Singh (0.2 Cr) / Glenn Phillips (1.5 Cr)

KOLKATA KNIGHT RIDERS: Players Bought By KKR: (25 Overall – 8 Overseas) 89.55 CRORE Spent / 0.45 Cr remaining

  • Retained: Andre Russell (12 Cr) / Varun Chakravarthy (8 Cr) / Venkatesh Iyer (8 Cr) / Sunil Narine (6): KKR New Buys on Saturday: Pat Cummins (7.25 Cr) / Shreyas Iyer (12.25 Cr) / Nitish Rana (8 Cr) / Shivam Mavi (7.25 Cr) / Sheldon Jackson (0.60 Cr) / New Buys on Sunday: Ajinkya Rahane (1 Cr) / Rinku Singh (0.55 Cr) / Anukul Roy (0.2 Cr) / Pratham Singh (0.2 Cr) / Abhijeet Tomar (0.4 Cr) / Rasikh Salam (0.2 Cr) / Baba Indrajith (0.2 Cr) / Chamika Karunaratne (0.5 Cr) / Ashok Sharma (0.55 Cr) / Sam Billings (2.0 Cr) / Alex Hales (1.5 CR) / Tim Southee (1.5 Cr) / Ramesh Kumar (0.2 Cr) / Mohammed Nabi (1.0 Cr) / Umesh Yadav (2.0 Cr)

MUMBAI INDIANS: Players Bought By MI: (25 Overall – 8 Overseas) 89.9 Crore Spent / 0.1 Cr remaining

  • Retained: Rohit Sharma (16 Cr) / Jasprit Bumrah (12 Cr) / Suryakumar Yadav (8 Cr) / Kieron Pollard (6): MI New Buys on Saturday: Ishan Kishan (15.25 Cr) / Dewald Brevis (3 Cr) / Basil Thampi (0.3 Cr) / Muruggan Ashwin (1.6 Cr) New Buys on Sunday: Jayadev Unadkat (1.3 Cr) / Mayank Markande (0.65 Cr) / Thilak Varma (1.7 Cr) / Sanjay Yadav (0.5 Cr) / Jofra Archer (8.0 Cr) / Daniel Sams (2.6 Cr) / Tymal Mills (1.5 Cr) / Tim David (8.25 Cr) / Riley Meredith (1.0 Cr) / Mohd Arshad Khan (0.2 Cr) / Anmolpreet Singh (0.2 Cr) / Ramandeep Singh (0.2 Cr) / Rahul Buddhi (0.2 Cr) / Hrithik Shokeen (0.2 Cr) / Arjun Tendulkar (0.3 Cr) / Aryan Juyal (0.2 Cr) / Fabian Allen (0.75 Cr)

PUNJAB KINGS: Players Bought By PBKS: (25 Overall – 7 Overseas) 86.55 Crore Spent / 3.45 Cr remaining

  • Retained: Mayank Agarwal (12 Cr) / Arshdeep Singh (4 Cr): PBKS New Buys on Saturday: Shikhar Dhawan (8.25 Cr) / Kagiso Rabada (9.25Cr) / Johny Bairstow (6.75 Cr) / Rahul Chahar (5.25 Cr) / Shahrukh Khan (9 Cr) / Harpreet Brar (3.8 Cr) / Jitesh Sharma (0.2 Cr) / Ishan Porel (0.25 Cr) / Prabhsimran Singh (0.6 Cr) New Buys on Sunday: Liam Livingstone (11.5 Cr) / Odean Smith (6 Cr) / Sandeep Sharma (0.5 Cr) / Raj Angad Bawa (2 Cr) / Rishi Dhawan (0.55 Cr) / Prerak Mankad (0.2 Cr) / Vaibhav Arora (2.0 Cr) / Baltej Singh (0.2 Cr) / Ansh Patel (0.2 Cr) / Writtick Chatterjee (0.2 Cr) / Ishan Porel (0.25 Cr) / Nathan Ellis (0.75 Cr) / Atharva Taide (0.2 Cr) / Bhanuka Rajapaksa (0.5 Cr) / Benny Howell (0.4 Cr)

RAJASTHAN ROYALS: Players Bought By RR: (24 Overall – 8 Overseas) 89.05 Crore Spent / 0.95 Cr remaining

  • Retained: Sanju Samson (14 Cr) / Jos Butler (10 Cr) / Yashasvi Jaiswal (4 Cr) RR New Buys on Saturday: R. Ashwin (5 Cr) / Trent Boult (8 Cr) / Shimron Hetmyer (8.25 Cr) / Devdutt Padikkal (7.75 Cr) / Prasidh Krishna (10 Cr) / Yuzvendra Chahal (6.5 Cr) / Riyan Parag (3.8 Cr) / KC Cariappa (0.3 Cr) / New Buys on Sunday: Navdeep Saini (2.6 Cr) / Obed McCoy (0.75 Cr) / Annunay Singh (0.2 Cr) / Kuldeep Sen (0.2 Cr) / Karun Nair (1.4 Cr) / Dhruv Jurel (0.2 Cr) / Tejas Baroka (0.2 Cr) / Kuldip Yadav (0.2 Cr) / Shubham Garwal (0.2 Cr) / James Neesham (1.5 Cr) / Nathan Coulter Nile (2.0 Cr) Darryl Mittchell (0.75 Cr) / Rassie Van Der Dussen (1.0 Cr)

GUJARAT TITANS: Players Bought By GT (Gujarat Titans): (23 Overall – 8 Overseas) 89.85 Crore Spent / 0.15 Cr remaining

  • Retained: Hardik Pandya (15 Cr) / Rashid Khan (15 Cr) / Shubman Gill (8 Cr): GT New Buys on Saturday: Mohammed Shami (6.25 Cr) / Jason Roy (2 Cr) / Lockie Ferguson (10 Cr) / Abhinav Manohar (2.6 Cr) / Rahul Tewatia (9 Cr) / Noor Ahmed (0.3) / Sai Kishore (3 Cr) New Buys on Sunday: Dominic Drakes (1.1 Cr) / Jayant Yadav (1.7 Cr) / Vijay Shankar (1.4 Cr) / Darshan Nalkande (0.2 Cr) / Yash Dayal (3.2 Cr) / Alzaari Joseph (2.4 Cr) / David Miller (3.0 Cr) / Wriddhiman Saha (1.9 Cr) / Matthew Wade (2.4 Cr) / Gurkeerat Singh (0.5 Cr) / Varun Aaron (0.5 Cr)

LUCKNOW SUPER GIANTS: Players Bought By LSG (Lucknow Super Giants): (21 Overall – 7 Overseas) 90 Crore Spent / 0 remaining

  • Retained: KL Rahul (17 Cr) / Marcus Stoinis (9.2 Cr) / Ravi Bishnoi (4 Cr): LSG New Buys on Saturday: Quinton De Kock (6.75 Cr) / Manish Pandey (4.6 Cr) / Jason Holder (8.75 Cr) / Deepak Hooda (5.75 Cr) / Krunal Pandya (8.25 Cr) / Mark Wood (7.5 Cr) / Avesh Khan (10 Cr) / Ankit Singh Rajpoot (0.5 Cr) New Buys on Sunday: K.Gowtham (0.9 Cr) / Dushmantha Chameera (2 Cr) / Shahbaz Nadeem (0.5 Cr) / Manan Vohra (0.2 Cr) / Mohsin Khan (0.2 Cr) / Ayush Badoni (0.2 Cr) / Karan Sharma (0.2 Cr) / Kyle Mayers (0.5 Cr) / Evin Lewis (2.0 Cr) / Mayank Yadav (0.2 Cr)

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