Fans have Returned in IPL, BCCI Allowed Fans, Spectators will Enjoy the Match in Stadium

Fans have Returned in IPL

Fans have Returned in IPL: The UAE leg of IPL 2021 is scheduled to begin from September 19. Before the start of the tournament, a good news is coming out for the fans. Actually, during Phase-2, spectators will be allowed to come on the field.

The BCCI issued a press release saying – Keeping in mind the Kovid protocol and the rules of the UAE Government, a limited number of seats will be available in the matches played in Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi.

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After 2019, Spectators will Come on the Field

This will be the first time after 2019 that fans will be seen on the field during the IPL. Last year due to Corona, IPL-13 was organized in UAE instead of India and all matches were played without spectators. This year also when Phase-1 was played, spectators were not allowed on the ground.

Later, the tournament was suspended midway after the Corona case surfaced. 29 matches were played before the suspension of Phase-1 and the remaining matches will be played in the UAE from 19 September. Fans have Returned in IPL.

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Ticket Sales will Start from September 16

The BCCI said in the press release – Ticket sales will start from 16 September. It can be booked through the official website of IPL. The facility to book tickets will be available on

First Match on Sunday

All the matches of Phase II will be played in Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi like last time. The first match of the second leg will be played on 19 September between five-time champions Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings in Dubai.

The Matches will be Held in Dubai, Sharjab and Abu Dhabi

Like last year, this time also the second phase of IPL 2021 will be played in Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi. Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians will compete in Dubai on September 19, while Royal Challengers Bangalore and Kolkata Knight Riders will compete in Abu Dhabi the next day. The first match in Sharjah will be between Chennai Super Kings and Royal Challengers on 24 September. Last year, Sharjah witnessed the rain of sixes and fours and this time also something similar can be seen. Bangalore’s batting is very dangerous and Chennai also has smoky batsmen. Maximum 13 matches will be played in Dubai, 10 in Sharjah and 8 in Abu Dhabi.

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