The Abu Dhabi T-10 League will start from this date and the tournament will be held for 15 days instead of 10

The fifth season of the Abu Dhabi T-10 will begin on November 19, with the final match of the tournament scheduled for December 2. This time the T-10 will take place for 15 days instead of League 10 and will see more matches as well. The league was launched in 2017 and since then the format has enjoyed a lot of fans. In the T-10 League, Chris Gayle plays plenty of players like Andre Russell.

With the exception of the UAE, the rights in the reports could now be in the remaining matches of the IPL 2021 in these two countries

Speaking on the occasion, Shaji Ul Mulk, President of Ten Sports, said: “The journey, which began in 2017 with just four teams, is proud to have reached a stage where the tournament is an important part of the world cricket calendar. It is great to see the top cricketers in the world playing in the most popular format and it gives emerging players a chance to compete with the best players in the world. The tournament was held last year under strict Kovid rules and will be the same this time.

BCCI president Sourav Ganguly said, “How many crores will be lost if IPL 2021 is canceled?”

The Abu Dhabi T10 tournament, which began in 2017, has been recognized by the International Cricket Council and the Emirates Cricket Board. It is played in Round Robin format and then in Elementar and Final format. Northern Warriors beat Delhi in last season’s title and won the trophy. If Gale batted by storm last season, the performance of other Caribbean players was strong.

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