DLF IPL prize money details announced


BCCI announced prize money details of the DLF Indian Premier League (IPL). Total prize money for this prestigious 20-20 tournament is Rs 20 crore. Lalit Modi, chairman of the Indian Premier League announced the details of prize money.


Indian Premier League Prize money details:

1. Winning team – Rs 4.8 crore.


2. Runners-up – Rs 1.2 crore.


3. Losing semi-finalists – Rs 1.2 crore.


4. Fifth placed team – Rs 80 lakh.


5. Sixth placed team – Rs 70 lakh.


6. Seventh placed team – Rs 50 lakh.


7. Last placed team – Rs 40 lakh.

First match of the IPL tournament will be held on April 18 and the final of the Indian Premier League will be on June 1st. There are total 59 matches over 44 days among the eight franchisees.



IPL News: Andrew Flintoff is curious on IPL:


England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff announced that he is curiously following the IPL and may play in this tourney in future if he finds it an interesting one. It is a serious blow to county cricket if a star cricketer like Andrew Flintoff joins Indian Premier League.
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Indian Premier League franchisees are not promoting IPL tourney as aggressively as I expected from them. They are just behaving like business men but not as passionate sports lovers. If they are not passionate enough, IPL will become a big failure story.


Please share your opinion on the lack of passion by IPL team owners.

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