The BCCI is reportedly considering another scheme for IPL matches due to the growing influence of Govt-19 in India.
Although the IPL 2021 matches were played without spectators in India, the league matches were postponed by half due to the increased risk of corona exposure for cricketers who were biopsy in the midst of the second wave of the virus in the country.
It was later relaunched in the United Arab Emirates and completed later that year. Recently, the Indian Cricket Board recently postponed all upcoming domestic matches, including the Ranji Trophy, due to an epidemic.
However, in 2020, all IPL matches were played in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The BCCI has already postponed canceled cricket tournaments, including the Ranji Trophy, due to the rising number of Govt-19 cases in India.
At the same time, suggestions are being made that the tournament could be held only in possible venues, including Mumbai.
With preparations for this year’s IPL 2022 (IPL 2022) in full swing, reports are circulating that the Indian Premier League 2022 may be held overseas in April, following a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases again in India.
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