Audiences can enter the stadium for the remainder of the 14th season of the Indian Premier League in the UAE. But, according to the news, according to the rules of the UAE government, spectators will only be allowed to enjoy the match at the Games, who have received the Kovid-19 vaccine. A team of BCCI officials has arrived in Dubai to prepare for the remaining matches of the IPL 2021. The remaining 31 matches of the IPL will be played in the UAE between September and October, the BCCI said on Saturday at SGM.
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According to Cricbuzz, according to UAE government rules, 50 per cent of spectators on the field will have access to the remaining matches of the IPL 2021. The condition is that only fans who have received the corona vaccine will be allowed to come to the stadium. Most people in the UAE have got the vaccine. It is not a matter of great concern to the BCCI and the UAE government to allow these audiences unless the local audience makes any specific rules for the event. BCCI President Sourav Ganguly, Jai Shah, Vice President Rajeev Shukla and Arun Dhumal have arrived in Dubai. The BCCI will talk to the UAE government and the Emirates Cricket Board about the team’s preparations.
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Hosting the remaining matches of IPL 2021 is not a difficult task for the Emirates Cricket Board (ECB), as they have completed the tournament last year. However, if the ICC decides to move the T20 World Cup to the UAE, managing the IPL and the World Cup will be a tough task for the board. The International Cricket Council (ICC) will meet on Tuesday for the T20 World Cup and the venue of the tournament will be discussed.