IPL 2021 phase 2: BCCI likely to hold the remaining matches in UAE between September and October

The final announcement is likely to be made by May 29 when the members of the board assemble for a special general meeting.

Indian Premier League (IPL) is likely to be completed in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) between September and October period i.e. before the ICC World T20.

As per a report published in The Times of India on Sunday, it is found that BCCI is planning to conduct the remaining 31 matches of this year’s of IPL in UAE in a secured bio-bubble. However, there is no official decision has been taken yet on this development and the final announcement is likely to be made by May 29 when the members of the board assemble for a special general meeting.

Recently. England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) denied any request from BCCI to prepone the Test series in order to conduct the remaining IPL

Earlier, the IPL 2021 was called off after multiple cases of COVID-19 were detected in different teams, the board said, “The Indian Premier League Governing Council (IPL GC) and Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in an emergency meeting have unanimously decided to postpone IPL 2021 season, with immediate effect”.

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