The remaining matches of IPL 2021 will be held in the UAE from September 19 to October 15, while the Dubai Expo will start from October 1.
The 14th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2021), postponed due to Kovid-19, is set to start in the UAE from September 19, although due to the Dubai Expo starting on October 1, IPL franchises may find it difficult to book hotels. is. Also Read – India tour of Sri Lanka: Team India played intra squad match; Nitish Rana-Manish Pandey seen in rhythm
The BCCI wants to organize the remaining matches of the 14th season of the IPL from September 19 to October 15 in three stadiums in the UAE, but due to the Dubai Expo being organized during this time, the price of hotel rooms will increase significantly. Also Read – MS Dhoni cannot leave Chennai Super Kings, he is the ‘Maharaj’ of this team: Brad Hogg
Not only are the hotel prices soaring during the event in the UAE, but the difficulties in organizing the Bio Bubble can also haunt the franchisees. As people from all over the world will gather in the city during the six months long Dubai Expo. Also Read – Violating Corona’s rules was expensive, these markets closed again in Delhi
Talking to ANI, a franchise official said, “We are yet to get permission (to leave for UAE) from BCCI and it is okay in view of Kovid. We are hopeful that we will get permission from the board by July 15. After that we can travel comfortably.”
The official said, “But the way the situation of Kovid is constantly changing, we can probably take the help of video conferencing for hotel bookings. We also have to take into account the Dubai Expo and the hassles that arise in booking hotel rooms together.”