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Difference Between Big Bash League and Indian Premier League

Big Bash League and Indian Premier League both are franchise based leagues conducted in Australia and India respectively

The differences that can be found are

  • Year Started:

IPL was started in 2008 while BBL was in 2011-12

  • Teams:

IPL has 8 teams based on 8 cities while BBL also have 8 teams based on 6 cities

  • Total Salary Cap:

IPL total salary is ₹ 66 Crores while BBL is 1.4 million AUD

  • Squad Strength:

IPL has maximum of 27 players while BBL has maximum of 18 players

  • Overseas Players:

IPL has maximum of 9 players in squad, maximum of 4 players in playing XI while BBL has maximum of 2 players in squad, plus 2 players who would be designated as replacement overseas players.

  • Total Matches:

60 matches (56 RR + 4 Play-offs) will be played in IPL while 35 matches (32 RR + 2 SFs + 1 Final) are played in BBL

  • Next-phase after Round-Robin:

IPL : Play-Offs
BBL : Semi-Finals and Finals

  • Mode by which players are picked for franchises:

IN IPL players are auctions which usually take place in Feb while in BBL its a contract base.

  • Prize Money:

IPL: Winner (₹ 15 Crores), Runner-up (₹ 10 Crores), 3rd & 4th (₹ 7.5 Crores)
BBL: Winner (450,000 AUD), Runner-up (260,000 AUD), 3rd & 4th (80,000 AUD)

  • Minimum Salary for a player:

IPL: ₹ 10 Lakhs
BBL: 20,000 AUD

  • Teams eligible to play in CLT20 (now defunct):

IPL : 4
BBL : 2

  • Total different winners:

IPL : 6 { (MI thrice)(KKR, & CSK twice), (SRH, DC and RR once)}
BBL : 5 (Perth x 3, Brisbane, Sydney Sixers, Sydney Thunder, Adelaide Strikers (2017-18))

  • Identical League for Women:

IPL : No
BBL : Yes (WBBL)

  • Duration in Calendar:

IPL : April – May
BBL : December – January

  • Sponsors:

IPL : DLF (1–5), Pepsi (6–8), Vivo (9-)
BBL : KFC (1-)

  • Special Individual Awards:

IPL : Orange Cap, Purple Cap, Yes Bank Maximum Sixes
BBL : No

  • Viewership

The BBL 2015/2016 was watched by an average audience of 1.79 million which peaked to 2.24 million viewers whereas the IPL 2016 final alone clocked 121 million viewers

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