BCCI and UAE govt gave permission to Spectators in IPL 2021 second phase matches

Abu Dhabi: Cricket fans are now eyeing the second phase of IPL 2021 and this tournament is the only topic of discussion among fans for the time being. The second part of the tournament is set to begin in UAE on September 19. There are still 31 matches left in the season affected by the corona epidemic. The thrilling matches are going to add to the IPL governing council and a decision of the UAE government, which is one of the most important aspects of this tournament.

This part is about Fans, who stayed away from the stadium earlier this season, but not now. The stadium will now once again echoed the real noise of the fans, not the fake noise playing through the speaker. The BCCI and UAE government have allowed Fans to come to the stadium for IPL 2021 after mutual discussions. BCCI issued a statement on Wednesday, September 15 informing the spectators about the permit at the stadium. Fans will be able to buy tickets for IPL matches from September 16.

According to the statement, 'This match (Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings) will be a very important opportunity as IPL fans will be able to come to the stadium once again after the sespention following the corona epidemic. Fans will be able to buy tickets from the official website www.iplt20.com from September 16 for the remaining tournament." However, in view of the corona threat and the preservation of the tournament's bio-bubble, the board has made it clear that only a limited number of spectators will be allowed instead of full capacity. "Keeping in view the Covid Protocol and the rules of the UAE Government, there will be a limited number of seats available in matches to be played in Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi," the board explained.

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