IPL 2021 Date And Schedule: The 14th season of the Indian Premier League may begin on 9 April. A source in the Board of Control for Cricket in India told the news agency that the tournament could go on till May 30. He said that a final decision on this will be taken in the IPL Governing Council meeting to be held in the week.
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Preparations are being made keeping in mind the international schedule
The series against England ends on 28 March. In such a situation, quarantine rules of players of all countries are being prepared keeping in mind. Also, the duration of the IPL has been made keeping in mind the international schedule of India. The Asia Cup in June has already been canceled.
5 states election may disrupt schedule
According to BCCI sources, this time the tournament can be held in 5 cities of the country. The cities can be Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Delhi, Bengaluru, Kolkata and Chennai. However, the schedule may be disrupted due to elections in 5 states of Assam, Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Puducherry in the next few months. IPL 2021 Date And Schedule.
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In such a situation, there is doubt about Kolkata, Chennai and Bengaluru Venue. Also, the condition of Corona in some cities including Mumbai and Delhi is also not good. The BCCI is also looking at Corona’s position on all the Venues before deciding the schedule of the tournament.
Mumbai, Hyderabad and Punjab are all talking about Venue
Earlier, the BCCI source had said, ‘Punjab or Hyderabad, the schedule is being discussed on all the veins. The IPL Governing Council is talking on all these issues, what is needed to hold the tournament this year. The BCCI wants to get assurances from that state for cooperation before deciding the venue. ‘
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According to the source, ‘It is to be seen in which states the tournament is held between the elections. Talking about Punjab, the BCCI wants to talk to the local administration and get a guarantee of safety. The BCCI does not want any untoward incident (related to farmer agitation) during the match. ”On whether or not there will be matches in Mumbai, he said,“ We are keeping a close watch on Mumbai in view of Corona’s affairs. A decision will be taken on the end time. ‘