The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has started preparations to host the remaining matches of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 in the UAE. Top officials, including BCCI president Sourav Ganguly and secretary Jay Shah, are in Dubai to discuss the logistics aspect of the league. BCCI is preparing for major changes in the IPL 2021 schedule. In this, changes will be announced in the IPL schedule from place to place.
Inside Sports. According to Koh’s report, the decision to set up the remaining 31 matches of the IPL will be announced in a 25-day window. BCCI is preparing a new schedule to accommodate 8 double headers in the 25-day window. BCCI plans to launch the second phase of the IPL from September 17 to 19. The second phase of IPL is expected to be announced before the end of June. According to Dubai sources, the schedule will be changed for two primary reasons.
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If the IPL 2021 is not suspended after the corona case came out in a biological bubble, the BCCI has only 6 double headers left. However, now there is a small window where all matches must be completed before the T20 World Cup begins. In such a situation, BCCI is planning 8 to 10 double headers. As of last year, the IPL UAE will be held in three cities – Sharjah, Abu Dhabi and Dubai. However, the BCCI plans to organize the knockout rounds, the final of the league matches and the final. Dubai is the first option as most franchises reserve their hotels there, such as IPL 2020.
The double-header match is likely to take place as of last year’s time. As of IPL 2020, the first match of the double header will start at 3:30 pm and the second match will start at 7:30 pm. Significantly, in IPL 2020, the Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knight Riders are in Abu Dhabi while the rest of the squad remains in Dubai. The BCCI will franchise the UAE after meeting with the UAE government and the ECB government
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