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IPL 2021: Another hurdle removed, BCCI will now do this work


IPL 2021 Update News: Continuous news is coming out about the remaining matches of IPL 2021. Although there is still time left for the start of the remaining matches of IPL 14, but the work is also not less.

Sports Desk | Edited By : Pankaj Mishra | Updated on: 26 Jun 2021, 09:47:37 AM

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highlights

  • The remaining matches of IPL 2021 will be held in UAE
  • Changes in the schedule of Caribbean Premier League for IPL
  • All players playing CPL will reach UAE directly

New Delhi :

IPL 2021 Update News : There are continuous reports about the remaining matches of IPL 2021. Although there is still time left for the start of the remaining matches of IPL 14, but the work is also not less. BCCI is continuously working in this direction. Meanwhile, BCCI has got a big success. The West Indies Cricket Board has agreed that the dates of the CPL i.e. Caribbean Premier League should not clash with the IPL, this is a big success for the BCCI. But the work is not over yet. The BCCI is yet to talk to the cricket boards of Australia, England and New Zealand as well. Which is going on continuously.

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This year’s season of the Caribbean Premier League, played in the West Indies, was to run from August 28 to September 19. But after talking to BCCI, now it will be started from 26 August and finished by 15 September. BCCI vice-president Rajeev Shukla has already said that the remaining matches of IPL 2021 will start from September 19 and will be final on October 15. That is, the problems of West Indies players and IPL players playing in CPL have gone away. Apart from West Indies, players from Australia, New Zealand and England play in good numbers in IPL. In such a situation, it is also necessary to talk to their cricket board.

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There have been 29 matches of IPL 2021 so far and 31 matches are left. For this, in the window that the BCCI has found, most of the countries will be playing somewhere, because the T20 World Cup is also to be held in October itself. Therefore, it is not going to be easy for the rest of the cricket board to send their players to the IPL. The dates of IPL have been announced, but the schedule has not been revealed yet. It is believed that until the BCCI talks to all the boards, the complete schedule will not be released. Maybe by the end of the month all the boards will be discussed and after that the dates may be pushed back a day or two and the complete schedule will also be released.



First Published : 26 Jun 2021, 09:47:37 AM

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