There are a lot of questions about whether the IPL 2021 (Indian Premier League) will be hosted with or without crowds but there are no stances yet.
With the recent statements by the officials of the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI), it can generously be analyzed that there will be no crowds to witness the world’s cash-rich league from the stadiums.
Recently, the authorities popped with the official schedule to trigger IPL by 9th April in six venues, there was no announcement regarding spectators. You can check the schedule by clicking here.
Arun Dhamal, the treasurer of the BCCI says that India is to host the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 later this year, it does not want to take even a minor risk to lose the hospitality of the world’s event.
As there were a few cases reported recently, BCCI is alert and seems in no mood to allow the watcher’s inside the grounds. Arun says it was already decided that there will be no witnesses in the first-half of IPL 2021.
On the other hand, as the event will commence in its last phase, either to allow spectators or not will be decided later. However, the analysis by the statements says that BCCI will commence another phase with no allowance of watchers either.
Will IPL 2021 allow crowd?
“The primary phase of the Indian Premier League (IPL) was without peoples only, it was already decided,”
“It will depend on the circumstances”.
“India is scheduled to host the T20 World Cup later this year. There is a lot at paling. Anything self-willed now, even if a few cases crop up, can have an influence on the competition. It can generate some difficulties,”
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