Gujarat-based Mumbai Indians set to win $4M in ICC 2018 – Indian Express
Mumbai-based Indian Premier League (IPL) club Mumbai Indians will get $4 million to spend in the ICC Champions Trophy 2018 and 2019, sources in the Indian cricket hierarchy told ESPNcricinfo.
The IPL is scheduled to begin play in 2019, which means the Indian teams will be competing for a spot in the 2019 Champions Trophy in New York.
The teams will play each other in the tournament, which is being held in New Jersey.
The Champions Trophy, which was set up to promote cricket in the Caribbean region, will be played in India in 2019.
The tournament has been promoted by the ICC, but India is yet to qualify.
The IPL Champions Trophy is being played in a tournament format, with teams from all over the world competing for the top prize.
The teams in the IPL will face off in New Delhi in 2019 and are expected to be ranked in the top six.
The tournament is scheduled for a four-day tournament, with each team having a minimum of two matches.
The games are played on the same day, with the teams playing each other once on the second day.
The matches will be broadcast on national television and streamed live on a mobile app.
The winner of the Champions Trophy will then face the winner of IPL Twenty20 World Cup 2019 in 2019 in Delhi.
The ICC Champions Tournament is the culmination of the IPF, which started in 2017 with the completion of the 2023 World Cup.
The Champions Trophy tournament is also the culmination event of the ICC Cricket World Cup, which took place in Bangladesh in 2020.
The 2019 Champions Cup, held in Gujrat, was the inaugural tournament of the International Cricket Council Champions Trophy.
The 2023 Champions Cup was held in India last year and will be held in the country in 2020 and 2021.