IT'S ALL CLEAR NOW. The confusion surrounding the IPL player retention which made headlines for the past few weeks is now settled. After the IPL Governing Council met yesterday, it has been reported that teams will be allowed to retain a maximum of 5 players going into the players' auction in 2018.
TO GIVE players a respite from the Delhi’s toxic smog and air pollution, the Kerala Cricket Association (KCA) is soon set to discuss with BCCI about the possibility of shifting Delhi Daredevils’ home matches to Thiruvananthapuram.
IPL retention and auction is all about chaos and confusion. By now it should have been clear on how the player retention policy would work going ahead into the 10th edition of the league.
THE BCCI announced the squad for the third Test and for the three-match ODI series against Sri Lanka, starting December 10.
IT IS A KNOWN fact that Rahul Dravid is one of the most modest cricketers to have ever donned the India jersey.
INDIA VETERAN paceman Zaheer Khan and Bollywood actress Sagarika Ghatge had a registered marriage on November 23.
THE MEETING between the BCCI, IPL Governing Council, franchises and the Committee of Administration (CoA) could not produce a verdict on its IPL player retention policy.
THE BCCI and the IPL Governing Council are mulling over continuing with the cash-rich league’s retention policy, which will provide all eight franchises the 'right to preference' over their respective players.
ALL EIGHT IPL franchises are likely to be allowed to retain up to three players each before the player auction in the 2018 pre-season.
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