BCCI to organize IPL 2021 in India, confirms BCCI official

IPL 2021: BCCI will carry out IPL 2021 in India.

Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021: Delighted with the success of the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy 2020-21, BCCI is ready to organize some other national events in due course. The Vijay Hazare Trophy, Senior Women’s Cricket and Vinod Mankad U-19 Trophy are among the tournaments on the upcoming BCCI roster.

Besides the domestic circuit, BCCI also plans to feature India as host of the 2021 cash-rich Indian Premier League, which will be held in April.

BCCI will be leading the next IPL season in India and has embarked at Wankhede Stadium, Brabourne Stadiums, DY Patil Stadium, Reliance Cricket Stadium and Maharashtra Cricket Stadium.

The new Sardar Patel Stadium (Motera Stadium) in Ahmedabad will also be considered to host the IPL matches. Sarder Patel Stadium will most likely host the IPL knockout matches and finals.

It will be great news for Indian fans to see IPL unfold in India. While there are site restrictions, part of the franchise may have to share the same land.

The 3rd edition of Indian Premier League has moved to UAE due to the poor covid situation in India.

No Ranji Trophy this time

In the past 87 years, this will be the first time that BCCI has refused to host Ranji Trophy matches and instead, the Vijay Hazare Trophy will be held. The process was taken after obtaining the agreement of the various state associations and most of them were in favor of the BCCI. Also, the lack of time pushed BCCI to take the plunge.

“This will be the start of all forms of cricket in India after the covid. The national games will take place and for the international games, England and India will play 4 test matches with 5 T20I and 3 ODI ”. said a member of the BCCI.

IPL 2021 mini-auctions will take place on February 18 in Chennai. It is expected that BCCI will host IPL 2021 from the first week of April and this will continue until June.

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