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IPL 2021: BCCI Discussing Moving Rest Of Tournament To A Single Venue, Mumbai May Be Hub

IPL 2021: BCCI is talking about moving the rest of the IPL to one setting. Mumbai may be that scene as Bangalore and Kolkata legs might be rejected.

In the wake of Covid-19 cases at Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is talking about the chance of moving the rest of the Indian Premier League (IPL) to one setting, NDTV has learnt. Mumbai may be that scene with the city having three arenas to have matches. BCCI has effectively settled on decisions to inns in Mumbai for making bio-rises for eight groups. This implies that the Kolkata and Bangalore leg of the IPL might be rejected.

Two players at KKR, Varun Chakravarthy and Sandeep Warrier, tried positive for Covid-19 on Monday prompting IPL rescheduling the match among KKR and Royal Challengers Bangalore in Ahmedabad around the same time.

Also, five ground staff at Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) tried positive for the infection and must be confined. Nonetheless, DDCA president Rohan Jaitely demanded that those staff individuals who tried positive were not working.

Delhi and Ahmedabad are the two scenes facilitating the IPL as of now with matches booked at the two settings until May 8.

KKR CEO Venky Mysore said Sandeep Warrier is “doing fine” however Varun Chakravarthy is “still somewhat sick.”

IPL 2021: BCCI Discussing Moving Rest Of Tournament To A Single Venue, Mumbai May Be HubIPL 2021: BCCI is examining moving the rest of the IPL to one scene. Mumbai may be that scene as Bangalore and Kolkata legs might be scrapped.Reported by Rica Roy, Written by Kislaya SrivastavaUpdated: May 04, 2021 09:23 AM ISTRead Time: 2 min

IPL 2021: BCCI Discussing Moving Rest Of Tournament To A Single Venue, Mumbai May Be Hub

IPL 2021: The rest of the class could be moved to Mumbai, with Bangalore, Kolkata legs scrapped.© IPL/Instagram

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BCCI is thinking about moving rest of IPL 2021 to one venueMumbai might be that setting with three arenas for facilitating matchesThe choice comes after a few Covid-19 cases at IPL establishments

In the wake of Covid-19 cases at Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is talking about the chance of moving the rest of the Indian Premier League (IPL) to one setting, NDTV has learnt. Mumbai may be that scene with the city having three arenas to have matches. BCCI has effectively settled on decisions to inns in Mumbai for making bio-rises for eight groups. This implies that the Kolkata and Bangalore leg of the IPL might be rejected.

Two players at KKR, Varun Chakravarthy and Sandeep Warrier, tried positive for Covid-19 on Monday prompting IPL rescheduling the match among KKR and Royal Challengers Bangalore in Ahmedabad around the same time.

In addition, five ground staff at Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) tried positive for the infection and must be secluded. In any case, DDCA president Rohan Jaitely demanded that those staff individuals who tried positive were not working.

Delhi and Ahmedabad are the two settings facilitating the IPL by and by with matches booked at the two scenes until May 8.

KKR CEO Venky Mysore said Sandeep Warrier is “doing fine” however Varun Chakravarthy is “still somewhat sickly.”

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“Troublesome occasions, yet I am glad to report that both Varun and Sandeep are progressing admirably. We have played it safe that are vital and have been instructed by the clinical groups with respect to IPL and KKR and furthermore getting suitable exhortation from outside on what the proper activity is,” Mysore was cited.

“Sandeep, specifically, is doing fine. No temperature, no different indications, and he is feeling better. Varun is still somewhat sickly, however better than yesterday and the two of them are feeling great,” he added.

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