The remaining matches of IPL 2021 will be played in UAE (Pic-PTI)
The remaining matches of the Indian Premier League 2021 (IPL 2021) will be held in the UAE, according to reports, fans will be allowed to go to the stadium but a condition has been laid for it.
New Delhi. The remaining matches of the Indian Premier League 2021 (IPL 2021) will now be held in the UAE in September. This big decision was taken in a special meeting of BCCI. Now another big news related to IPL is coming. According to the reports, the remaining 31 matches of the IPL will not be held in the empty stadium. In the UAE stadium, 50 percent of the fans will be allowed entry, just a condition has to be fulfilled for it.
According to the Cricbuzz report, the UAE Cricket Board official said, “In the UAE, IPL matches can be held between the fans. That means 50 per cent of the people in the stadium can be allowed to go. BCCI will also have no harm in this. According to UAE rules, only those fans who have been vaccinated with the corona virus will be able to go to the stadium and enjoy the IPL match.
BCCI officials are in Dubai
Let the BCCI officials are in Dubai at the moment and they are discussing many important issues regarding the IPL with the ECB and the UAE. BCCI Secretary Jai Shah, Treasurer Arun Singh Dhumal, Vice President Rajiv Shukla and Joint Secretary Jayesh George reached Dubai on Monday. These BCCI officials have reached to hold official talks on the issues related to the IPL. The main issue in this is the rent of hotels, because of the Dubai Expo, the prices of hotels there may be much higher.New Zealand begins preparations for challenge before WTC Final 2021, sheds sweat at Lord’s
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Last year too, the IPL could not be held in India due to Corona virus. Because of this, IPL matches were held in Abu Dhabi, Sharjah and Dubai. However, the matches took place in an empty stadium during that time. But this time with 50 percent capacity, people can come to the stadium. This will also please viewers watching IPL matches on TV. The date of the resumption of IPL 2021 has not yet come. By the way, there are reports that it may start from September 19. After the meeting between BCCI and Emirates Cricket Board, its full schedule can be released soon.