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'Itne mein to pura PSL ho jata hai' - Fans brutally troll PSL as Indian cricket Board announces value of Women's Indian T20 League

Following these reports on the behalf of the Indian Cricket Board, the Indian fans as always started trolling the neighboring country's PSL..

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'Itne mein to pura PSL ho jata hai' - Fans brutally troll PSL as Indian cricket Board announces value of Women's Indian T20 League

After enjoying huge success in the men’s Indian T20 League, the Indian Cricket Board is set to start the Women’s Indian T20 League later this year. The media reports have learned that the eight franchise owners of the teams in the men’s Indian T20 League will contest for the ownership of five teams in the women’s Indian T20 League.

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The tournament is reported to be played from the 3rd of March to the 26th of March, just prior to the commencement of the men’s Indian T20 League. Both tournaments will be played in India only.

Apart from that, the latest media reports have also learned about the per-match value of the Women’s Indian T20 League. It has been learned in the various reports that the per-match value for the Women’s Indian T20 League would be INR 7.09 crores.

Following this, the Indian fans being Indian fans as always started trolling the neighboring country’s Pakistan Super League on the line of the budget. They took to Twitter to mock and laugh at the budget of PSL in comparison to the per-match value of the Women’s Indian T20 League.

Here’s how fans reacted:

The Indian cricket Board had also stated earlier that it will share the 80 percent profit from the earned revenue with the franchises of the tournament.

"The Indian Cricket Board shall pay the franchisee 80% of all Central Team Licensing Income every year, the board shall pay the franchisees 80% share of Central Rights income in first five years, 60% in next five years and 50% post that,” said a board official in ITT.

Apart from the eight franchises of the men’s Indian T20 League, 10 stadiums in India are also in the contest of acquiring the hosting rights for the much-anticipated women’s Indian T20 League.

The list of these stadiums includes the likes of Narendra Modi Stadium (Ahmedabad), Eden Gardens Stadium (Kolkata), MA Chidambaram Stadium (Chennai), M Chinnaswamy Stadium (Bangalore), Arun Jaitley Stadium (Delhi), HPCA Stadium (Dharmshala), Barsapara Stadium (Guwahati), Holkar Stadium (Indore), AB Vajpayee Stadium (Lucknow), and Wankhede and Brabourne Stadiums (Mumbai).

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