IPL 2021 is likely to restart in September
As we all know IPL 2021 was postponed due to the COVID-19 second wave in India. And many players were also infected by COVID-19 even in a bio-secure bubble. Matches played till 3rd May 2021 and the rest of the matches has been postponed by BCCI till the next announcement.
And, if you are also a cricket fan then there is good news for cricket lovers is that the rest of the IPL 2021 matches might be played in the 3rd week of Sept. in UAE. It might be on September 18 or 19 with many double header matches. As 31 matches are remaining for the completion of the tournament, BCCI is planning for 10 doubleheaders and the rest single matches per day. On October 9 or 10, the final of the tournament might be played. According to BCCI, three weeks are sufficient to complete the tournament.
India Tour of England In September
Indian Team will play their last test match against England which will end on the 14th. And the players of both the team will fly to UAE in the charted plane for the IPL matches. And there will be 3-day quarantine for all the players who will come to play IPL matches in UAE, “the source said”.
India vs South Africa white ball series has been canceled
The T20 series against South Africa has been canceled by BCCI which is scheduled for September 2021. As T20 World Cup will start within 10 days after the completion of the IPL. According to the board, IPL is the better option for the preparation of the T20 World Cup than the white ball series. So, the board decided to cancel the series against SA. At the starting of next year, the can be played between these two teams “the source said”.
The red ball home series against New Zealand may also get shifted
India has to play two test matches against New Zealand in November, which might get shifted. But this is completely dependent on T20 World Cup when it gets end. Yet, it has not been cleared by the board when this series will be played.
IPL 2021 New Schedule
|31||MI vs CSK||19/09/2021||7:30PM|
|32||KKR vs RCB||20/09/2021||7:30PM|
|33||KXIP vs RR||21/09/2021||7:30PM|
|34||DC vs SH||22/09/2021||7:30PM|
|35||MI vs KKR||23/09/2021||7:30PM|
|36||RCB vs CSK||24/09/2021||7:30PM|
|37||DC vs RR||25/09/2021||3:30PM|
|38||SH vs KXIP||25/09/2021||7:30PM|
|39||CSK vs KKR||26/09/2021||3:30PM|
|40||RCB vs MI||26/09/2021||7:30PM|
|41||SH vs RR||27/09/2021||7:30PM|
|42||KKR vs DC||28/09/2021||3:30PM|
|43||MI vs KXIP||28/09/2021||7:30PM|
|44||RR vs RCB||29/09/2021||7:30PM|
|45||SH vs CSK||30/09/2021||7:30PM|
|46||KKR vs KXIP||1/10/2021||7:30PM|
|47||MI vs DC||2/10/2021||3:30PM|
|48||RR vs CSK||2/10/2021||7:30PM|
|49||RCB vs KXIP||3/10/2021||3:30PM|
|50||KKR vs SH||3/10/2021||7:30PM|
|51||DC vs CSK||4/10/2021||7:30PM|
|52||RR vs MI||5/10/2021||7:30PM|
|53||RCB vs SH||6/10/2021||7:30PM|
|54||CSK vs KXIP||7/10/2021||3:30PM|
|55||KKR vs RR||7/10/2021||7:30PM|
|56||SH vs MI||8/10/2021||3:30PM|
|57||RCB vs DC||8/10/2021||7:30PM|
The Tata group may remain the title sponsor of the IPL in 2023 as well. Because Vivo was given a break in 2020. Vivo had bought the IPL sponsorship rights from 2018 to 2022 for Rs 2200 crore but took a one-year break after the military confrontation between India and China in the Galvan Valley in 2020. In his place was the Dream11 sponsor. Vivo became the sponsor again in 2021, although there was speculation that they wanted to transfer the rights and the BCCI supported it.