New Delhi: The remaining matches of the 14th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) are scheduled to be played in the UAE from September 19, preparations have been initiated. There is a lot of enthusiasm among cricket fans and players. In such a situation, everyone will have a question whether the spectators will be able to sit in the stadium and watch the IPL match. BCCI said it has no problem with the inclusion of spectators in the second phase of IPL in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) from September 19.
Earlier, Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) General Secretary Mubashir Usmani had said that the board will hold talks with the BCCI and UAE government to include spectators in the stadium. BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal has said that the board would love to see the audience but only when it does not pose any threat to the safety of sportspersons and people. Dhumal said, "We are working in this direction and hope that the UAE government will allow the audience to join as vaccination has taken place here. Let's see what happens.''
He hopes that the audience will be allowed to attend. The rest depends on the UAE Government. According to the report, the UAE government has allowed 60 percent of the spectators to be included during the rest of the IPL matches. Dhumal said two new teams will join IPL 2022. "Everyone now watches IPL," he said. We are confident that this is an upbeat tournament in UAE as well.