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In Which Date IPL Will Start?

All the rumors around the globe are only about the upcoming IPL 2021! This glorious event is highly expected and wanted by loyal cricket fans. Last 2020 year affected the arrangement of the IPL tournament. But the coronavirus pandemic couldn’t deny IPL 2020 performance but allowed to suspend it for six months and resume in September 2020. So it made the admirers happy and satisfied with a spectacular tournament which took place till November 2020 and brought a cricket winner to the world — Mumbai Indians.

Typically, the T20 format of IPL is kept the same each season. That’s why the IPL Governing Council (IPL GC) and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), as well as cricket followers globally, have been worried about the date and schedule of the IPL 2021 performance. Quite a little time has gone after the previous IPL tournament for IPL GC to arrange the next IPL 2021 season. They wish not to break the general framework of the annual IPL tournament. Such an intention is expressed due to other sports events held within the country and internationally. For this reason, the Indian board is doing the best to meet the deadlines of each sporting match and keep track of the Covid-19 cases over India and its neighboring countries.

Whatever may happen in our life, we should keep calm and be flexible to overcome obstacles and hardships and come to reasonable solutions. So do IPL GC, BCCI, and cricket players in India. We hope we have passed the worst time with Covid-19, so we can continue planning our life when it comes to IPL 2021. Much preparation work should have been done to conduct the IPL 2021 edition more or less right on time this spring:

You can’t wait to know when IPL 2021 finally starts? Here you are. Eventually, the tentative date of the IPL 2021 season was announced by BCCI to be on the
11th of April, 2021. First, the country should end up a series of matches between India and England that will last till March 28th, 2021. The IPL officials think that IPL players will get enough time to get ready for an excellent competition for the cricket 2021 championship. Also, they hope the pandemic situation will be kept stable and let the IPL participants play cricket matches on different venues across India.

This is the last news from BCCI about the starting date of IPL 2021. They are planning to meet the IPL GC until the 8th of March to confirm this date or postpone it later that we hope it won’t occur. Whatever decision they come to, check the updates on the official site of IPL.

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