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Will IPL 2021 be postponed temporarily?

Will IPL 2021 will be postponed temporarily?

Will IPL 2021 will be postponed temporarily?

The world’s richest T20 tournament, the Indian Premier League (IPL 2021) might be called off or be truncated amidst the rising COVID threats.

The last season that took place, dug out multiple fears as, as many as thirteen players from a single camp got COVID positive. After the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) hit badly, it was asked by the sensible authorities to put the idea of dragging it ahead down.

As the tournament was taken out of India, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) became the original hosts. Undoubtedly, the cases were not minimum either in the UAE’s chosen venues.

The BCCI could not give up on the tournament in order to not to miss on INR Billions. The revenue generated by IPL’s end is much higher than the other T20 leagues across the world.

Seeing the current scenario, India is badly interrupted as the health conditions there have revealed over 200,000 cases. Despite all of these, the BCCI is planning to organize the league within India rather than moving out of the country.

Maybe they are feared by the Pakistani trolls that term IPL more as the Dubai Premier League. As per the opinion, it is not the right time to hold the league risking the players’ health.

PSL 2021 called off due to Coronavirus

We have seen that the Pakistan Super League (PSL) has been called off today with the official announcements taking over the forums. COVID is only the reason as it is the second wave in the cricket-loving nation.

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The PCB had allowed a 20% crowd but later went on to 50% allowance in the stadiums on seeing COVID-related improvements. As of now, after over three Coronavirus positive cases have been denoted, the PSL is no more after successfully ceiling fourteen robin hood matches.

Will IPL 2021 will be postponed temporarily?

IPL 2021, which is tentatively to begin in April, could be called off shortly as it was postponed last in March and got organized by the 2020’s end.

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  1. Pingback: PSL 6: There were marriages in players' hotels, a source says on postponement - CricFolks

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