The start date of the 14th season of IPL has been set. In the latest report, it has been claimed to start from April 11. However, nothing is officially confirmed right now. But it is believed that the IPL 2021 event will be started at the end of the Women’s ODI tournament and Vijay Hazare Trophy.
According to the report, the final match of IPL 2021 will be played on 5 or 6 June. From this perspective, the BCCI’s T20 league is expected to run for 56 days. Earlier in another report, it was said that this time the IPL will be organized in India only. Also, it will be organized in some stadiums in Mumbai and around Mumbai.
The date of April 11 has been decided- Report
A BCCI official told TOI that, “The final seal will be put up at the IPL Governing Council meeting at the start of the league. But the tentative date of its event is 11 April. ” He said that the series against England is ending in March. In such a situation, we have kept the date of the start of IPL on April 11, seeing that the players get complete rest.
Players will get 2 weeks of rest
The India tour of England is starting from 5 February which will run till 28 March. In such a situation, if IPL 2021 starts on April 11, players will have time to rest for 2 weeks.
Mini-auction on 18 February
Meanwhile, the mini-auction for IPL 2021 will be held in Chennai on 18 February. After the completion of the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, many players are on the radar of the franchisees. The BCCI is in a mood to conduct IPL in India this time. According to the report, he is willing to organize it only at select stadiums of the country.
The match will be played in these selected stadiums
According to the report, Mumbai’s Wankhede, Brabourne and DY Patil Stadium, Navi Mumbai’s Reliance Cricket Stadium, and the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium near Pune have been selected to host league matches. While knock out stage matches can be organized in Motera, Ahmedabad.