BCCI may to host remaining IPL 2021 in Mumbai amid Covid-19 surge | Sangbad Pratidin

News Daily Digital Desk: The sky of IPL (IPL 2021) is covered with black clouds with new eyes. The KKR vs RCB match has been postponed on Monday as two night stars have been positive. After that, it is heard that the deadly virus has also entered the camp of Chennai Super Kings. Although the cricketers are safe, the CEO of the franchise, the bowling coach and a bus worker are not affected. Meanwhile, five ground staff of Delhi Stadium were also infected. Overall, the BCCI is under a lot of pressure. And so this time the Indian Board (BCCI) can take a new decision on the IPL. The rest of the tournament could be held in one city to prevent infection. Corona virus is on the rise across the country. Concerns are rising every day about the number of active cases and deaths. Even in such a situation, many have already raised questions about how the IPL is going on at a cost of crores of rupees. An application has already been filed in the High Court seeking removal of the match from Delhi. But BCCI president Sourav Ganguly had earlier said that the tournament would be held as per the schedule. However, in the last two days, the Indian board has become deeply worried about the new Corona attack. That is why the BCCI is planning to keep the cricketers in one place instead of moving them from one venue to another.

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It is heard that in that case the rest of the matches may be in Mumbai. However, if so, the schedule will be slightly changed. If all the matches are held in Wankhede, the final may be held in early June instead of 30 May. However, the board wants to wrap up the rest of the tournament quickly by making extra doubleheaders, that is, by organizing two matches in one day. Permission has already been sought from the Maharashtra government in this regard. The tournament will be shifted to Mumbai as soon as the green signal is given to them. However, the incidence of corona has decreased slightly and the tournament is back in India this year. However, six venues were chosen keeping in mind the Corona situation. No team is getting home advantage. The spectator-free ground is being played in Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata, Ahmedabad. But this time the whole tournament could go to Mumbai. In other words, it is practically clear that the board has no plans to cancel the tournament.

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