IPL 2021 is going to start from April. Earlier, the concern of the fans has increased again.
IPL 2021: After the stadium in Wankhede received the green signal to host 10 matches of the upcoming season of the Indian Premier League (IPL), three more cases of coronavirus infection have come to the premises including two fielders and a plumber. Read more – IPL 2021: Push to Delhi capital, these 2 foreign bowlers will not play first match against CSK
The IPL season will start on April 9 in Chennai, and the first match in Mumbai will be on April 10. A Mumbai Cricket Association source told PTI, “Investigations at the stadium have found three cases of Kovid-19 positives, including two fielders.” Read more – IPL 2021: Watch Video – MS Dhoni hits long sixes in practice
Earlier on Saturday, 10 field workers were reported to have contracted the coronavirus, but most of them have recovered from the disease. Read more – IPL 2021: This time Chris Gayle will get a chance from the beginning but not the opening: Wasim Zafar
The Maharashtra government has approved the event despite the city’s weekend lockdown provision and night curfew. The government has allowed teams to travel from their respective hotels after 8pm and practice at the stadium during the night curfew. On Tuesday, 47,000 cases of Kovid-19 were reported in Maharashtra, with more than 9,000 people affected by the epidemic in Mumbai.