The Indian Premier League (IPL 2021) was postponed shortly after it suffered a few COVID bio-bubble breaches. The virus, after approaching the nation entirely, was about to hit the IPL camps badly but the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI
Now, the Indian board is in search of an appropriate window to gather all the players of the eight teams at a suitable virus-free place. They find none but the United Arab Emirates (UAE) as a feasible venue to recommence the world’s cash-rich league. According to reliable reports, the event might proceed in between 18-20 September and the final is tentative to be played on 9th October.
Expected schedule for IPL 2021
It is pertinent to mention here that the early days of September will be conquered by Pak vs Afg series for at least a week. Later, New Zealand and Pakistan will be in action that will seize the allotted ground for more than two weeks giving no room to the IPL to progress ahead. Hence, the BCCI is facing logistical issues pondering where to replace the world’s cash-rich league to save huge revenue.
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As the World Cup 2021 is to commence in India, the ICC has named UAE as the backup venue amidst the poor health condition in India. Moreover, the UAE has promised to hand over all its venues by 1st October being an obstacle in India’s way to organize the league which lefts no way for BCCI but to look for another venue. More Indian Premier League Latest News is posted on Cricfolks.com