Ipl 2021

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What is the status of IPL 2021?

Initially, on 7 March 2021, the BCCI announced the fixtures for the tournament. On 4 May 2021, the tournament was suspended indefinitely, after a rise in COVID-19 cases within the bio bubbles of respective teams.

How many teams are there in the IPL 2022?

^ BCCI approves 10 teams in IPL 2022; backs crickets inclusion in 2028 Los Angeles Olympics. Times Now News. Retrieved 6 January 2021. ^ BCCI looking to get players vaccinated, UAE not a back-up option for IPL.

Can English counties offer to host postponed IPL 2021 games?

^ Indian Premier League 2021: English counties offer to host postponed games. BBC Sport. Retrieved 6 May 2021. ^ BCCI to conduct remaining matches of VIVO IPL in UAE. Board of Control for Cricket in India (Press release). Retrieved 29 May 2021.

What is the time zone for IPL matches?

All times are in Indian Standard Time ( UTC+05:30 ). The schedule for the league stages was published on the official IPL website on 7 March, and the schedule of the postponed matches to be held in the UAE were released on 25 July.

Which counties will host the remainder of IPL 2021 season?

MCC, Surrey, Warwickshire and Lancashire part of group; existing schedules remain a challenge A group of English counties has offered to host the remainder of the IPL 2021 season in September this year.

Will the Indian Premier League 2021 be held in England?

6 May 2021. From the section A group of counties have written to the England and Wales Cricket Board about the possibility of hosting the remainder of the Indian Premier League. The Twenty20 tournament was suspended on Tuesday after several positive coronavirus tests among players.

Will the remainder of the Indian Premier League be held in Wales?

From the section A group of counties have written to the England and Wales Cricket Board about the possibility of hosting the remainder of the Indian Premier League. The Twenty20 tournament was suspended on Tuesday after several positive coronavirus tests among players.

Is the ECB looking for an alternative IPL venue?

An ECB spokesperson said: We speak to the BCCI regularly about tours and other matters and well continue doing so, but we have received no indication that they are looking for alternative hosts for the IPL at the moment.

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