The second phase of IPL 2021 (IPL 2021) is to be held from September 19. The T20 league was postponed on 4 May after the Corona case came. 29 out of 60 matches have been held. While 31 matches are yet to be played. All matches will be played in the UAE from 19 September to 15 October. The BCCI told all the franchises that before going to the UAE, all the members should get both the vaccines of Corona.
It is necessary to take both doses of the corona vaccine before going to UAE
A BCCI source said that all the teams have been informed. That all team members should get both doses of the corona vaccine before going to UAE. With this, there will be no problem reaching UAE. It is to be known that after reaching UAE, players and other members will have to stay in quarantine for 7 days. After this, players will be able to train after the negative of Corona.
A maximum of 13 matches is to be held in Dubai.
The matches of the second phase of IPL are to start from September 19. 13 of the remaining 31 matches will be played in Dubai. Apart from this, 10 matches will be played in Sharjah and 8 in Abu Dhabi. After the IPL, the T20 World Cup matches are also to be held in the UAE from October 17 to November 14. In such a situation, the players of all the countries would like to enter the IPL, so that the preparation can be strengthened.
However, there is still doubt about the players of Australia and England. The entire season of IPL 2020 was held in the UAE and Mumbai Indians captured the title for the record 5th time.
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson will play
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson is also the captain of the IPL team Sunrisers Hyderabad. The way for him to play in the IPL has been cleared. However, during this time the Kiwi team will be on the tour of Pakistan. But the New Zealand Cricket Board has made it clear. That Williamson will play in the IPL by not playing the International series. At the same time, Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins has said. That it is difficult for him to play in the remaining matches of IPL.