Big Bash League | Rules changed in Big Bash League to woo star cricketers

Melbourne: To woo more star cricketers in the Big Bash T20 League, Cricket Australia has increased the salary cap and also changed the contract rules. All the eight franchises in the men’s Big Bash League will have to sign at least six players for the 13th season at a minimum retainer of 200,000 Australian dollars. Read also A supplementary list of star players who will not be available at the start of the season due to injuries or other commitments but will be able to play during the season. This means that Australia’s leading Test cricketers will now be able to play in it, despite the scheduling conflict. Cricket Australia said on Wednesday that all measures would be taken to make the league globally competitive and attractive. BBL is played from mid-December to early February.(Agency)

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