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The Duleep Trophy will mark the beginning of India's domestic cricket season in 2022-23 on September 8, announced the Board of Control for Cricket in India on Monday. Over 1500 matches will be held during the season that will commence in the first week of September 2022 and run until mid-March 2023. The Ranji Trophy will begin on December 13 while another big takeaway was the return of the Irani Cup.

The Duleep Trophy (8th September-25th September) will be contested between six zones (North, South, Central, West, East and Northeast) on a knockout basis. The two



multi-day tournaments will be followed by the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy and the Vijay Hazare Trophy. The two white-ball tournaments will be contested between 38 teams split into three groups of 8 teams and two groups comprising 7 teams.

The Ranji Trophy, India’s premier domestic tournament, will have two categories; 1) Elite and 2) Plate. The Elite Group will comprise 32 teams and will have 4 groups of 8 teams in a home and away format with each team playing 7 matches in the league stage. The top two teams from each of the four groups will directly qualify for the quarterfinals.
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