The Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) has on-screened India domestic cricket schedule 2021-22 today as the social forums are now flooded with the posts.
It indeed is a huge step in the midst of the worst health scenarios in the cricket-loving nation. The events are all set to run from September 2021 within the realm commencing with COVID-19 SOPs strictly.
The season kicks off with the Senior Women’s One Day league starting on 21st September. The event will follow the Women’s One Day Challenger trophy next. The BCCI has taken these initiatives to boost women’s sports within the country.
The next scheduled tournament is the Syed Mushtaq Ali trophy that is due to run from 20th October with the final all set to take place on 12th November.
BCCI reveals India domestic cricket schedule 2021-22
Following the event, Ranji trophy is back on the India domestic cricket schedule as the tournament had to be called off last year amidst the COVID-19 outbreak in the nation. It will be played in a three-month window starting from 16th November and concluding with next year’s February, 22.
Later, the BCCI has scheduled the Vijay Hazare trophy that will mark an end to India’s domestic cricket schedule 2021-22.
Around 2127 games will be played during the tenure that is an immense success for the board and the nation struggling with the massive health concerns. However, the official statements do not clarify if also every domestic player will get the central contract this year alongside the Indian national players and that of IPL.
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