Breaking News: BCCI Ombudsman reduces Ajit Chandela’s life ban to seven years in Spot Fixing case

Ajit Chandela

Let’s go back ten years to 2013, when a scandal involving match-fixing by Rajasthan Royals players sent cricket into the national spotlight.

Players like S Sreensanth, Ajit Chandela, and Ankeet Chavan were among those who first received lifetime bans.

Speaking of the most recent developments, the BCCI Ombudsman, led by Vineet Saran, has lowered Chandela’s life ban to seven years.

S Sreesanth’s ban was recently overturned by the Kerala High Court due to a lack of strong circumstantial evidence.

He is once more prepared to compete at the greatest level in cricket.

With Chandela’s suspension removed, he will now concentrate on making a comeback in cricket.

When it comes to cricketing front, Women’s Premier League will begin on March 4 in Mumbai as part of the BCCI’s T20 season, which will start the following month.

The IPL season 16 will start on March 31 and go through May 28 where top 10 teams will face off for the championship.

The IPL is the world’s biggest league in the world with top-tier talents of Overseas and Indian players compete under one roof for the coveted championship.

IPL per match value is exemplary and also the campaign will begun from the opening encounter between Chennai Super Kings and Gujarat Titians. The league stage will conclude on 21st May 2023 with playoffs date to be announced later.