It is Official! IPL 2021 Moved To UAE: BCCI Vice-President Rajeev Shukla


IPL 2021: The remaining Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 matches shall be held within the United Arab Emirates, news company ANI reported Vice-President BCCI Rajeev Shukla as saying. The event dates are but to be finalised.

Apart from this, a supply informed ANI, BCCI will go forward with organising the IPL in UAE with an intention to have a 25-day window for the completion of the 14th version of the league.

Earlier, sources reported that the remaining IPL 2021 matches shall be held in Sharjah, Abu Dhabi, and Dubai from September 18 or 19, proper after the tip of the England vs India 5-match Check sequence. The news was reported by ABP Group’s The Telegraph.

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The Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) held the digital Particular Basic Assembly (SGM) on Saturday and the resumption of the Indian Premier League (IPL) and the internet hosting of the T20 World Cup was mentioned there.

“While the Australian players may be available, there are some questions over the availability of the England and New Zealand players, we will see how that works out. We are looking at a 25-day window and that is on,” ANI quoted a supply as saying.

Almost about the T20 World Cup, the supply knowledgeable it was unanimously determined that with greater than 4 months remaining for the occasion, BCCI will search time until the tip of June or the start of July to take a name on internet hosting the event.

There are 31 remaining matches within the IPL 2021. It is going to be the primary time that the IPL shall be held in UAE for 2 consecutive years. 

“The Indian and England cricketers can directly fly into Dubai from England. Since it will be a transfer within the bio-security bubble, players can participate without going through the quarantine period. In any case, the number of Covid-19 positive cases has gone down drastically in Dubai and the city has been opening up its facilities,” sources earlier informed The Telegraph.

“The UAE has been very stringent on compliance of vaccination for its citizens and those arriving here. For matches in Abu Dhabi, the same process as last year could be followed where teams staying in Dubai could visit and come back on match days after going through Covid-19 tests,” stated the supply. 

“We have made it clear that in case the ICC shifts the T20 World Cup out of India we have to hand over the grounds to them by October 1,” added the supply. 



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