Emirates T20 League: KKR and Mumbai Indians buy teams, tournament to start in January

Emirates Premier League T20: In August this year, the Emirates Cricket Board announced the launch of franchise cricket in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). It was named Premier League T20. It was said that 6 teams would be involved in this. Who will those teams be? It is starting to become clear now. According to a report, IPL franchises Kolkata Knight Riders and Mumbai Indians will be part of UAE’s Premier League T20. Both the franchises have bought the teams. Along with this, Kiran Gandhi, who holds a large stake in Delhi Capitals, has also bought a team.

Sydney Sixers, a franchise of the Big Bash League to be held in Australia, will also be a part of the Emirates Premier League T20. The Glaser family, which owns Manchester United Football Club, has also bought a team from this league. The Glaser family also showed interest in two new IPL franchises.

This Premier League T20 of UAE will be played in January-February next year. Former IPL CEO Sundar Raman has contributed a lot in starting this league. Soon the names of all the teams playing in it and its owners will be announced.

BCCI will have full support!
Emirates Cricket Board has been helping BCCI from time to time. The last 2 IPLs have been held outside India in the UAE during the Corona period. The recently concluded T20 World Cup was also to be held in India, but due to the Corona epidemic, the BCCI considered it appropriate to conduct it in the UAE as well. In such a situation, it is believed that this cricket league starting in UAE will also get full help from BCCI.

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