IPL 2021: Amidst the coronavirus epidemic, the 14th season of the world’s most famous cricket league, IPL, will start today. In the first match, the five-time champion Mumbai Indians will take on Royal Challengers Bangalore, who have not won the title even once. Mumbai’s command is in Rohit Sharma’s hands, while Bangalore’s command is in the hands of Indian team captain Virat Kohli.
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However, due to the Coronavirus, there are many questions about the 14th season. But this will be the second season, which will be held amid the COVID 19 pandemic. The BCCI hopes that it will organise the IPL without any problem like this time last year.
Given the coronavirus’s danger, the BCCI has not allowed the audience to go on the ground. Along with this, the board has set stringent COVID protocols for players and staff with bio bubble. It is claimed in the reports that about 10 thousand coronavirus tests can be done in this tournament last 50 days.
The first leg will be played in Mumbai and Chennai
This year, BCCI has decided to organise IPL 2021 in six cities Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Chennai, Delhi and Bangalore. Like last season, no team will get the benefit of home ground this time.
The 20 matches of the first leg of the league will be in Chennai and Mumbai, while the next phase will be in Ahmedabad and Delhi. There will be 16 matches here. After this, the final 20 matches of the league will be Bangalore and Kolkata. The playoff match will be held at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.
The fans’ concern has also increased due to the Coronavirus report positive of three players Devdutt Peddal, Nitish Rana and Daniel Sam, before the start of the league. The matter of relief has been tar. The BCCI has managed to keep the whole situation under control.