The Women's Premier League auction can be held in Mumbai or New Delhi. The Board of Control for Cricket in India will take a decision on this soon. New Delhi: The auction for the first edition of the Women's Premier League could be held in the second week of this month. According to media reports, the auction is likely to be held on 11 or 13 February. The place for the auction has not been decided yet. It is believed that auction can be held in New Delhi or Mumbai. The BCCI had earlier planned to hold the Women's Premier League auction in Mumbai on February 6. But later the decision had to be changed. The BCCI had given one month's time to the five IPL franchises for the auction. Women's IPL is likely to start from March 4. It can run till 24 March. It is being told that the board has changed the dates of the auction due to two reasons. The first reason is that the WPL franchise owners also have teams in ILT20 running in UAE and SA20 running in South Africa. The final match of ILT20 is to be held on 11 February and the final match of SA20 is to be held on 12 February. Three of the five teams in the women's IPL have teams in the men's IPL. These include Mumbai Indians, Royal Challengers Bangalore and Delhi Capitals. The franchisees have spent a total of Rs 4669.99 crore in buying women's teams. Adani Sportsline, the sports division of Adani Group, has bought the Ahmedabad franchise. At the same time, the non-banking financial firm Capri Global has named the Lucknow franchisee. At the same time, Mumbai, Capitals and Royal Challengers chose their own cities for the franchise. It is being told that all the franchises had asked the BCCI to conduct the auction after February 6. In the first season of WPL 2023 (WPL 2023), 22 matches can be played. These matches can be hosted by Brabourne Stadium and DY Patil Cricket Academy. WPL can be organized after the Women's T20 World Cup starting on 10 February. The final of the T20 World Cup will be held on 26 February. After that WPL will start for which the fans are eagerly waiting.