Mumbai Indians line up to buy team

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Five-time IPL champion Mumbai Indians They are reportedly in line to buy a women’s IPL team to further expand their franchise.

The WIPL team owners will be announced on January 25, the technical bids of the companies shortlisted in the ‘Invitation to Tender’ (ITT) document to own the WIPL team will be made on January 23.

Mumbai Indians also has its own franchise outside the IPL

The Ambanis, one of the titans of the business industry and proud owners of Mumbai Indians, could get a team in the WIPL and further extend their dominance in franchise cricket.

Apart from Mumbai Indians they also own MI Emirates in the ongoing ILT20 and are in charge of MI Cape Town in the ongoing inaugural edition of the SA20. MI are currently in the lead to buy a team in the Women’s IPL as well, if Cricbuzz reports are to be believed.

The coming days will be big for women’s cricket in India as a clear picture will emerge as to who is really willing to invest big time in the WIPL.

It is clear that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has imposed a net worth clause of Rs 1000 crore and some of the big corporates will be among them. Ambani and Adani – two of the biggest corporates in India and the world – have been rife with speculation and the proceedings on January 25 could confirm it.

Talking about big corporates, surprisingly though, the Ambanis are showing huge interest in WIPL, their counterpart Adanis are apparently very quiet on the matter. They have been living under the radar after experiencing disappointment in the IPL auction where they failed to land the Ahmedabad franchise.

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