IPL 2021 To Take Place As Planned Says, Sourav Ganguly
With the BCCI announcing that the IPL 2021 Live Streaming to be held in India from April 9 to May 30, the impact of the second wave of coronavirus, which is currently on the rise across India, continues to grow. Ganguly, the head of the BCCI, put an end to all this. Commenting on this Sourav Ganguly said that, IPL 2021 will take place as planned. As he puts it: All the matches in this series will definitely take place as planned.
Due to this, there was a problem running the series. It was already announced that the series would take place in only 6 more cities. The entire state government has implemented various regulations in this whole series due to the increasing corona epidemic in Maharashtra. Will matches be held in Mumbai because of this? The question also arises.
There are 10 matches to be played at the Mumbai ground and all those ten matches will be played exactly as planned without spectators. He added that the corona vaccine is being considered specifically for all players, administrators, coaches, and officials playing in the series.
Delhi Capital all-rounder Akshar Patel and Bangalore opener Devdhat Padikkal, the Chennai team’s social media manager, and several others at the Mumbai ground have been infected with the corona and are currently being treated in isolation.