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Revival of Champions League T20 Contemplated
Revival of Champions League T20 Contemplated

Revival of Champions League T20 Contemplated

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is actively considering the revival of the Champions League T20 tournament, signaling discussions with Cricket Australia, England, and Wales Cricket Board. The tournament, last held in 2014, was a pinnacle event in global cricket leagues.

Collaboration for Feasibility Assessment

Discussions with cricket boards, particularly those of Cricket Australia and England and Wales Cricket Board, suggest that there is a potential feasibility of resurrecting the Champions League T20 tournament. The recent shift in international cricket schedules, especially in Australia and England, is seen as a facilitator for scheduling the tournament, which is likely to be slotted in the November-December window.

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Reflecting on Past Triumphs and League Composition

The Champions League T20 tournament spanned six seasons, with the final edition held in 2014-15. The competition showcased teams from prominent cricketing nations, including India, Australia, South Africa, Pakistan, New Zealand, and the West Indies, adding to its global appeal. Notable teams such as Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians from India, along with New South Wales and Sydney Sixers from Australia, emerged as champions in past editions, underlining their dominance in the international cricketing landscape.

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