Mark Boucher objected to the IPL taking place before the T20 World Cup in the UAE – it breaks pitches

The T20 World Cup in India has now been shifted to the United Arab Emirates (UAE). However, the second phase of the IPL will be held there from the T20 World Cup in the UAE. South African head coach Mark Boucher objected to the situation. Boucher said holding the Indian Premier League’s second-tier matches in the UAE would have a huge impact on the pitches and help the spinners during the T20 World Cup.

Speaking to ESPN Cricinfo, Boucher said, “After the IPL, the wickets dry up. These are not wickets like South Africa’s 180.200 runs. You should play smart here.

The remaining IPL 2021 matches will be held in the UAE and the T20 World Cup due to a coronavirus epidemic in the UAE. The second leg of the IPL will be held from September 19 to October 15 while the T20 World Cup will start from October 17.

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“They play IPL matches on those pitches that make the pitches outdated and similar to the subcontinental pitches. It is difficult for spinners to bat on favorable pitches.

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