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IPL 2021 likely to resume in September

IPL 2021 likely to resume in September

IPL 2021 likely to resume in September

After facing a huge amount of criticism amidst the dying Indian citizens of COVID-19 in millions, the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) was left with no option but to call off the IPL 2021.

Till yesterday, there were no stances of suspending or even rescheduling the match as BCCI gave a green signal to commence the games as per schedule despite the poor COVID condition in India.

The morning of Tuesday brought a piece of shocking news as everyone was posting about IPL cancel and it is now a trend on Twitter.

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Now, everyone wonders that when the event will recommence to witness the world’s biggest cricketing action again.

Reportedly, the IPL 2021 is likely to get started this September with 31 more matches remaining. As India is to host the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 in October this year, they target winding up IPL before that.

IPL 2021 likely to resume in September

Brajesh Patel, who is the chairman of the Indian Premier League, said that,

“Now we have to look for a window. If we get one, we will explore holding it. We’ll have to see if it is possible in September. We need to examine the plans of the ICC and other boards.” 

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Also, one of the team officials added,

“A September window is being considered. By then the England-India series would be over and the foreign player would be ready for the T20 World Cup. That small window is being explored,”

Also, see:

No match will be rescheduled now, says BCCI despite rising COVID cases

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