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BCCI announces schedule for VIVO IPL 2021

The IPL Governing Council on Sunday announced the schedule for VIVO Indian Premier League 2021 to be held in India. After almost two years, the IPL spectacle will get back with Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata facilitating the marquee occasion.

The season will launch on ninth April, 2021 in Chennai with a high octane conflict between reigning champs Mumbai Indians and Regal Challengers Bangalore. The World’s Biggest Cricket Arena – Narendra Modi Arena in Ahmedabad will have the End of the season games just as the last on 30th May, 2021 which vows to be a visual scene. The recently constructed arena that facilitated India’s subsequent Pink Ball apparatus at home with extraordinary greatness will have its first since forever IPL.

Each group is set to play at four venues during the league stage. Out of the 56 alliance matches, Chennai, Mumbai, Kolkata and Bengaluru will have 10 matches each while Ahmedabad and Delhi will have 8 matches each. One of the features of this release of the VIVO IPL will be the way that all matches will be played at neutral venues, no group will play at their home setting. All teams will play at 4 out of 6 venues during the league stage.

There will be a total of 11 double headers where 6 teams will play three afternoon matches & two teams will play two afternoon matches. The afternoon games are slated for a 3:30 PM IST start while the evening games will have a 7:30 PM IST start.

Subsequent to facilitating the competition securely and effectively in the UAE a year ago with all wellbeing conventions set up, the BCCI is sure of facilitating the IPL at home with wellbeing and security of players and all individuals included being central.

The installations of the competition have been planned such that each group will travel just multiple times during the league stage, subsequently diminishing drive and limiting danger. The VIVO IPL this year at home will be played in secret in the first place and an approach permitting onlookers will be taken at a later phase of the competition.