IPL set to begin on September 19: Chairman

New Delhi, July 24

The Indian Premier League will begin on September 19 within the United Arab Emirates (UAE) with the ultimate to be performed on November 8, IPL chairman Brijesh Patel informed PTI immediately. While the occasion’s Governing Council will meet subsequent week to chalk out the ultimate particulars and approve the schedule, it’s understood that the BCCI has informally intimated the franchises in regards to the plan.

“…we have finalised the schedule. It will run from September 19 to November 8. We expect the government approval to come through,” Patel mentioned.

While there was hypothesis that the IPL will begin from September 26, the BCCI determined to advance it by per week as a way to make sure that the Indian crew’s tour of Australia will not be jeopardised.

The occasion was initially scheduled to begin in March however the Covid-19 pandemic, led to an indefinite postponement. However, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly had all the time mentioned that the occasion will likely be held this 12 months. — PTI

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