Date of IPL 2021 mini-auctions confirmed, BCCI notice to IPL franchises

Mini-Auctions IPL 2021 likely to take place on February 16, franchisees must submit the final list before January 20.

Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021: According to recent developments in the dates of the IPL 2021 mini-auctions, the confirmed dates are here. It is likely that the mini-auction will take place on February 16 before IPL 2021. BCCI has made it clear that all players without an IPL contract can register their names through the online registration system no later than 4 February 2021.

BCCI has previously told all franchises to submit the final list of successful players until January 20 and they will not deal with any agent or player manager to resolve any issues.

In the letter sent to the state associations, BCCI made it clear that they would only deal with the respective state associations and if a player fails to complete the registration or any kind of bad move on the side of the players will result in the withdrawal of the player. name of the IPL auction pool.

“Please note that at this point in the process, BCCI authorities will only deal directly with state associations and will not take any discussions or communications with player agents or managers. Any failure by the player will result in the name being withdrawn with immediate effect from the IPL 2021. Any bad means will also lead to the same result and serial fees will be imposed on the players ”. says the letter from BCCI to all state associations.

Unique usernames and passwords for registration:

The BCCI will send a unique username and passwords for each player and the state association will then send them to the respective players via email. All players will need this username and password to log in and begin their registration process. Once the registration process is complete, players are invited to return the form to the portal and take the originals with them.

Physical signs are required for the IPL auction agreement and players will need to send the original documents to the respective national associations.

Any player associated with state associations and having played at least one first-class game or A-List can apply for the IPL 2021 auction.

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