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IPL announced two new teams for the 2022 edition. (Photo credit: Twitter/BCCI)

  • This is not the first time the cash-rich league will have 10 teams
  • The BCCI confirmed that the 2022 season will comprise 74 matches
  • It's likely that the IPL will go back to the format that was used in 2011

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Sanjiv Goenka is the chairman of RPSG Group. (Photo Credit: Twitter/@rpsggroup)

  • The RPSG Group won the bid for the IPL's Ahmedabad franchise for Rs 7,090 crore
  • The Group's chairman Sanjiv Goenka is not worried about the high cost for the franchise
  • The RPSG Group are also the majority owners of ATK Mohun Bagan, an ISL club

New Delhi, Oct 26 (PTI) The Indian team is good enough to reach the semi-finals of T20 Word Cup but for the side to play at its full potential, Hardik Pandya "needs to start bowling" and ...

New Delhi, Oct 26 (PTI) Celebrated former captain Rahul Dravid is all but certain to to be the Indian cricket team's next head coach after he formally applied for the high-profile position ...

Dubai, Oct 26 (PTI) Flamboyant India all-rounder Hardik Pandya's shoulder injury sustained during the T20 World Cup opener against Pakistan is believed to be a minor one and he is likely to be ...

The new franchises will participate in the tournament from the 2022 season(Photo credit: Twitter/IPL)

  • CVC Capital won the bid for Ahmedabad for Rs 5,625 crore
  • RP-SG Group won the Lucknow franchise
  • IPL is proving to be a wonderful instrument in globalizing the game of cricket

Kolkata, Oct 25 (PTI) City-based billionaire Sanjiv Goenka, who bought the Lucknow franchise for a whopping Rs 7,090 crore during the IPL bidding in Dubai on Monday, said the team's valuation ...

Dubai, Oct 25 (PTI) Business tycoon Sanjiv Goenka and international equity investment firm Irelia Company Pte Limited (CVC Capital) shelled out a combined Rs 12,715 crore (approx USD 1.7 ...

Dubai, Oct 25 (PTI) Kolkata-based business tycoon Sanjiv Goenka's RP-SG Group claimed the Lucknow franchise for a whopping Rs 7090 crore while international equity investment firm CVC ...

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CSK and KKR skippers MS Dhoni and Eoin Morgan post with the trophy ahead of the IPL 2021 final. (PTI Photo)

  • RP-SG Group claimed the Lucknow franchise for Rs 7090 crore
  • CVC Capital won the bid for Ahmedabad with a Rs 5600 crore offer
  • Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) earned Rs 12,690 crore from the two new IPL teams