IPL 2020 auction date revealed

The hottest mega auction for the forthcoming season of the Indian Premier League is not too far away from keeping the fans engaged at the best scene. It is expected to be held in December this year.

IPL 2020 auction date revealed
Mumbai Indians

However, there is no specific date has been announced officially and according to reports from Mumbai Mirror, the players will be up for grabs in the last month this year.

“Welcoming Mike Hesson as the Director of Cricket Operations for RCB. Mike will be responsible for overall cricket operations. He will work closely with the players and the coaching team, while being a part of the RCB Management team.#PlayBold,” RCB wrote on their Twitter handle.

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Even some franchises have already shown interest to turn their team into potential title contenders. Kolkata Knight Riders recruited former New Zealand and KKR captain Brendon McCullum as their head coach.

Royal Challengers Bangalore who is one of the very few franchises that is yet to win the IPL title since the start of the league in 2008, appointed former Australia batsman Simon Katich as their head coach to reach greater heights in the next season. Meanwhile, former New Zealand and Kings XI Punjab coach Mike Hesson will ply his trade as Director of Cricket Operations at RCB.

Among player swapping and trades, it has been reported that Delhi Capitals are expressing profound interest in Rajasthan Royals skipper Ajinkya Rahane and Kings XI Punjab Ravichandran Ashwin.

12 seasons of the lucrative Indian Premier League have been done and dusted and avid cricket fans are curiously waiting to hear the whistle of the 13th season of the Indian Premier League which is expected to start in April 2020.

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