BCCI Confident To Host IPL 2021 In India

BCCI confident to host IPL 2021 in India

BCCI Confident To Host IPL 2021 In India

Finally some good and pleasant news will heal every Indian fans to cheer because the most entertaining tournament IPL are going to be back on the Indian soil again.

Because of coronavirus 13th edition of Indian Premier League was shifted in UAE and now the approaching season are going to be back again in home conditions.

Even the IPL Governing Council, Arun Singh Dhumal said,“We are working on having the IPL in India and we are hopeful that we would be able to organise it. We are not even thinking of a back up at this point in time, we want to do it here. India is probably safer than UAE at this point. Hopefully, the situation remains stable and keep improving and we will have it here,”

He also spoke on getting the crowds back to stadiums partially.

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The board’s confidence stems from the very fact that the BCCI has successfully conducted Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 tournament. consistent with Dhumal, BCCI is making all preparations to conduct safe and successful IPL in India.

According to TOI, IPL-2021 is ready to start within the second week of April, tentatively around April 11, and conclude within the first week of June, around June 6.

The BCCI has earmarked Wankhede, Brabourne, DY Patil, Reliance Cricket Stadium and Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium to host IPL 2021. Motera Stadium likely to be considered for the knockouts.

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BCCI Confident To Host IPL 2021 In India

The UAE is currently experiencing a spike in Covid-19 cases while there has been a decline in India.

The seven-day average caseload within the UAE has inched towards 4000, up from 770 when the IPL 2020 began on September 19.

India’s seven-day average was past 90,000 at the time, but is now under 14,000.

After the boards of both countries signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) during last year’s IPL, the UAE was considered a back-up choice to host this season too, alongside being an option for the India-England series that begins in Chennai next week.

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The BCCI recently scrapped the Ranji Trophy from this season’s cricket for the primary time within the tournament’s history, deciding instead to shut the truncated season off with the Vijay Hazare Trophy, and 50-overs competitions for Ladies and U-19 cricketers.

The BCCI had approached its counterparts in Sri Lanka and South Africa for a bilateral series next month to resume international cricket for the women’s team but Dhumal claimed the pandemic situations in those countries weren’t viable. The ladies last played a world event in March 2020.

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