The Board of Control for India in India (BCCI) is going all out to ensure the smooth conduction of the 2022 edition of the Indian Premier League. The 15th edition of the tournament promises to be grander and is expected to serve the viewers with a lot of entertainment and nail-biting matches.

BCCI has decided to expand the tournament to a ten-team event. Two new teams have been roped in for the league and the fans will see ten teams fighting with each other for lifting the trophy from the 2022 season. 

Lucknow and Ahemdabad are the two new IPL franchises alongside Mumbai Indians, Chennai Super Kings, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Kolkata Knight Riders, Punjab Kings, Rajasthan Royals, and Delhi Capitals.

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Notably, BCCI hosted an auction in the second half of the last year to rope in two new franchises. Due to the introduction of two new teams, a mega auction will be hosted ahead of IPL 2022. All the teams will be given a purse of INR 90 crore to build their squad from scratch.
Get the IPL 2022 updates here.

IPL 2022 Mega Auction schedule

IPL 2022

BCCI has decided to make the IPL 2022 mega auction a two-day event. The auction will take place on February 12 and 13 in Bengaluru. A total of 1214 players had registered for the high-profile auction. The Indian board has trimmed the final auction pool to 590 players. The auction pool features 228 capped players, 355 uncapped players, and seven cricketers from the associate nations. Also, 370 Indian and 220 overseas cricketers will be going under the hammer during the mega-auction.

IPL 2022 Retention Rules

Ahead of the mega auction, all eight franchises were asked to pick up a maximum of four players for IPL 2021. The teams could retain a maximum of three Indians and two overseas players for the upcoming edition. 

Notably, the process was completed by November 2021 as the teams retained a total of 27 players in their squads. The 27 players include 19 Indian cricketers 8 overseas players. Also, four uncapped players also managed to earn the trust of their respective teams. 

Following the retention by the eight franchises, the two new franchises picked three players each from the draft. 

Players Retained by the teams for IPL 2022

Chennai Super Kings (CSK)

IPL 2022

The defending champion Chennai Super Kings can be considered as one of the most successful franchises of all time. They have won the trophy as many as four times in their ten-year stint in the T20 Championship. Led by MS Dhoni, CSK will start the tournament as favorites and will aim to lift the cup for the second consecutive time.

CSK have retained four players namely Ravindra Jadeja, MS Dhoni, Ruturaj Gaikwad, and Moeen Ali. Also, the team spent a total of INR 42 crore to acquire the services of the aforementioned players. Here are the safest online betting apps in india.

Retentions:

Ravindra Jadeja- Rs. 16 crore

MS Dhoni- Rs. 12 crore

Moeen Ali- Rs. 8 crore

Ruuraj Gaikwad- Rs. 6 crore

Purse:

Total Purse: INR 90 Crore

Total Deduction- Rs. 42 crore

Available Salary Purse- Rs. 48 crore

Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)

IPL 2022

Despite not winning the title in the 14 years of the Indian Premier League, Royal Challengers Bangalore enjoys a massive fanbase. The team will look into new colors this season as Virat Kohli has decided to step down as a captain after leading the side for eight years.

RCB retained three players including Virat, Glenn Maxwell, and Mohammed Siraj. The team made a shocking decision as they decided to let go of their ace spinner Yuzvendra Chahal while AB de Villiers announced his retirement from the league. 

Retentions:

Virat Kohli-Rs. 15 crore

Glenn Maxwell-Rs. 11 crore

Mohammed Siraj-Rs. 7 crore

Purse:

Total Purse: INR 90 Crore

Total Deduction- Rs. 33 crore

Available Salary Purse- Rs. 57 crore

Delhi Capitals

IPL 2022

Delhi Capitals is another franchise that is yet to hold an IPL trophy. The team has shown immense improvement in the last three years and they will hope to complete their dream of winning an IPL this time around. Just like the last season, this time around also the team will be led by the young wicketkeeper-batsman.

Capitals let go of their former skipper and middle-order batter Shreyas Iyer as they retained four players in the form of Pant, Axar Patel, Anrich Nortje, and Prithvi Shaw. 

Retentions:

Rishabh Pant- Rs. 16 crore

Axar Patel- Rs. 9 crore

Prithvi Shaw – Rs. 7.5 crore

Anrich Nortje – Rs. 6.5 crore

Purse:

Total Purse: INR 90 Crore

Total Deduction- Rs. 42.50 crore

Available Salary Purse- Rs. 47.50 crore

Mumbai Indians (MI)

IPL 2022

Mumbai Indians are the most successful franchise in the history of the T20 extravaganza. They won their first title in 2013 and followed it up with four more trophies in 2015, 2017, 2019, and 2020. The team had an exceptional squad and it was thus difficult for them to pick just four players.

Retentions:

Rohit Sharma- Rs. 16 crore

Jasprit Bumrah- Rs. 12 crore

Suryakumar Yadav- Rs. 8 crore

Kieron Pollard- Rs. 6 crore

Purse:

Total Purse: INR 90 Crore

Total Deduction- Rs. 42.00 crore

Available Salary Purse- Rs. 48.00 crore

Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)

IPL 2022

Kolkata Knight Riders were exceptional in the last season as they reached the final after a poor performance in the first half of IPL 2021. They have won the tournament twice in 2012 and 2014. KKR be most likely finding their skipper in the auction as they released Eoin Morgan. 

Retentions:

Andre Russell- Rs. 12 crore

Varun Chakravarthy-Rs. 8 crore

Venkatesh Iyer-Rs. 8 crore

Sunil Narine-Rs. 6 crore

Purse:

Total Purse: INR 90 Crore

Total Deduction- Rs. 42.00 crore

Available Salary Purse- Rs. 48.00 crore

Rajasthan Royals (RR)

IPL 2022

Rajasthan Royals were the first team to be crowned as champions in the league. However, the team is yet to win a trophy after 2008. They made a significant change last year as they made Sanju Samson the captain after releasing Steve Smith. Though the team didn’t do well and failed to qualify for the playoff, RR have decided to show trust in Samson. Here are some of the best IPL betting sites.

Retentions:

Sanju Samson- Rs. 14 crore

Jos Buttler- Rs. 10 crore

Yashasvi Jaiswal- Rs. 4 crore

Purse:

Total Purse: INR 90 Crore

Total Deduction- Rs. 28.00 crore

Available Salary Purse- Rs. 62.00 crore

Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)

IPL 2022

Hyderabad made a revolutionary change in the middle of the season as they replaced their most successful captain Dawid Warner with Kane Willaimson. They further released the skipper from the squad who took them to glory in 2016. SRH have invested in youth as they picked two uncapped players in the form of Umran Malik and Abdul Samad.

Retentions:

Kane Williamson-Rs. 14 crore

Abdul Samad-Rs. 4 crore

Umran Malik-Rs. 4 crore

Purse:

Total Purse: INR 90 Crore

Total Deduction- Rs. 22.00 crore

Available Salary Purse- Rs. 68.00 crore

Punjab Kings (PBKS)

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Punjab Kings is the one team who will be looking in new colors. KL Rahul has been released from the franchise and they will hope to win their maiden cup under the leadership of Mayank Agarwal. Apart from Agarwal, Punjab have invested in young Arshdeep Singh. Also, they will be going to the auction with the biggest purse. 

Retentions:

Mayank Agarwal- Rs. 12 crore

Arshdeep Singh- Rs. 4 crore

Purse:

Total Purse: INR 90 Crore

Total Deduction- Rs. 18.00 crore

Available Salary Purse- Rs. 72.00 crore

New Teams for IPL 2022

Lucknow Super Giants

IPL 2022

The highest bid was made for Lucknow during the team auction. Rajiv Goenka’s RPSG Group was the highest bidder as they paid a whopping Rs. 7090 crores for owing the team. Notably, this isn’t the first time that RPSG are a part of IPL. 

Earlier, the team owned the Rising Pune Supergiants team for the 2016 and 2017 editions. Making the speculations true, the franchise has picked KL Rahul as the captain. However, the franchise surprised the viewers with their other two retentions as they have picked Marcus Stoinis and Ravi Bishnoi. 

Retentions:

KL Rahul- Rs. 15 crore

Marcus Stoinis- Rs. 11 crore

Ravi Bishnoi – Rs. 04 crore

Purse:

Total Purse: INR 90 Crore

Total Deduction- Rs. 30.00 crore

Available Salary Purse- Rs. 60.00 crore

Ahmedabad

IPL 2022

The British equity firm, CVC Capitals, are making their debut in the Indian Premier League. They have previously invested in sports like formula 1 racing, football, and rugby. They made an offer of Rs. 5,625 crore for the Ahemdabad franchise.

Ahmedabad franchise have also picked their three players. The team has placed the bet on Hardik Pandya, Rashid Khan, and Shubman Gill. Though the franchise is yet to make an official announcement regarding their skipper, it is learned that Hardik will be donning the captain hat for the very first time.

Retentions:

Hardik Pandya – Rs. 15 crore

Rashid Khan – Rs. 15 crore

Shubman Gill  – Rs. 07 crore

Purse:

Total Purse: INR 90 Crore

Total Deduction- Rs. 37.00 crore

Available Salary Purse- Rs. 53.00 crore

IPL 2022 schedule

The Board of Control for India (BCCI) is yet to announce the schedule for the tournament. They are expected to make the schedule public following the conclusion of the mega auction. 

The tournament will start at the end of March 2022 or the beginning of April 2022 and is likely to extend till May 2022. As per the tentative plans, IPL 2022 can run from April 2 with the final scheduled on June 03, 2022. 

IPL 2022 Venues

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, BCCI opted for a new approach in the last season. They hosted the tournament in six major cities including Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata, and Ahmedabad. However, things didn’t go as per the plan.

Due to Covid-19 cases in the camp, BCCI had to shift the second half of the tournament to the United Arab Emirates (UAE). This time around, BCCI again plans to conduct the league in India but with proper arrangements and precautions. Reports suggest that the board can conduct the entire tournament in Maharashtra with UAE as the backup option.

IPL 2022 Title Sponsors

IPL 2022

Vivo has been replaced by TATA as the title sponsor for the 2022 edition of the Indian Premier League. Notable, Vivo had signed a deal of Rs 2200 crores for title sponsorship rights from 2018 to 2021. 

The company gave 2020 a miss due to the growing dislike in India towards the Chinese Companies. They were back as sponsors during the 2021 season but have now decided to pass the deal to TATA. Notably, TATA will be paying the same amount to BCCI as Vivo for the 2022 edition i.e INR 440 crores. 

IPL 2022 Televsion Rights

IPL 2022

Star India is the sole owner of the telecasting rights for IPL from the 2018 to 2022 season. The Disney-owned company paid a whopping INR 16,347.5 crore for five years. They also had live streaming rights. 

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