IPL 2021: BCCI plans may change after rising corona cases concern

New Delhi: The domestic tournament has started in India and the second series is being played at the moment with all the security measures. Not only this, but international cricket is also being organized in the country at this time. In such a situation, the country's famous T20 League 'IPL' is also scheduled to be held in India.

The auction process has recently concluded in Chennai for the 14th season of the league and preparations for the venue and schedule of the tournament are going on at a rapid pace. The biggest question at the moment is the choice of places for the T20 League. Earlier there were reports that all the matches of the Indian Premier League (IPL) could be held in four stadiums in Maharashtra. But the rapid corona cases in the state have raised the concerns of the BCCI and forced it to think about its second plan.

According to media reports, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) can organize IPL 2021 matches in four to five different places of the country under the new plan. If the second wave of Corona persists, it will be difficult for the organizers to organize the league in Maharashtra. In such a situation, Kolkata, Bangalore, Chennai, and Hyderabad can be seen as an alternative.

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