According to media reports, the Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) may start on 19 September instead of 26 September.
New Delhi . After the cancellation of the Asia Cup and T20 World Cup 2020, the IPL 2020 has been almost decided but the question is, when will the world’s largest cricket league start? The answer to this question will also be revealed soon, but in the meantime news is coming that the IPL 2020 may start from September 19. Earlier it was believed that this tournament could start from 26 September but now this tournament can be started a week before.
At what time will the IPL match start? According to the report published in the
Times of India , the matches of the Indian Premier League 2020 can be started from 7.30 pm. In India, these matches used to start at 8 pm and toss at 7.30 pm. But this time IPL may be in UAE, due to which the time of the match is changing.
There will be IPL in UAE
Let us know that Chairman of IPL Governing Council Brijesh Patel said in an interview on Monday that this time IPL will be held outside the India in UAE. This decision is being taken due to the corona virus spreading continuously in India. Brijesh Patel said that the IPL Governing Council is going to meet on this issue next week and decisions can be taken on the date, schedule and other important things in the tournament. Brijesh Patel said that the IPL 2020 schedule will be ready after approval from the Government of India.
ready for UAE IPL event
Let me tell you that since the news was coming that there could be an IPL in the UAE, then the cricket association there started preparing itself. Salman Hanif, Head of Cricket Events of Dubai Sports City, said that Dubai Sports City, which has Dubai International Stadium and ICC Academy is ready for matches. Let there be 9 pitches in Dubai International Stadium, due to which there is no problem in preparing the pitch here. In the year 2014, half of the matches of IPL were held in the UAE itself and Indian fans enjoyed it fiercely. Apart from this, in 2009, the IPL was held in South Africa. In such a situation, this is good news for BCCI and broadcaster Star Sports.