After a glitch-free completion of the 2020 Indian Premier League, the BCCI has already begun to set its sights on the following version of the cash-rich match. It’s understood that the IPL 2021 will happen within the conventional window of the match — April/Might.
There have been additionally experiences that BCCI plans to host the following season of the match in India, straight after the completion of England’s prospected tour of the nation.
Now, based on a report from The Hindu, it’s doable that the BCCI extends the variety of groups to 9 for the following version. The board is mulling over the transfer to strike a “monetary stability” within the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic.
It’s additional reported that the franchise can be primarily based on Gujarat’s Ahmebadad, which can be dwelling to the biggest-capacity cricket floor on the planet (1,10,000).
The report additionally steered that the franchises have been “informally” indicated a couple of full public sale forward of the 2021 version.
There have been issues over the mega auctions happening as per the schedule because of the delay within the 2020 season of the match. With the 2021 version of IPL prone to start in a little-over-four-months, it was anticipated that the mega public sale would happen after the completion of subsequent season.
Earlier, Mumbai Indians defended their IPL title on Tuesday as they beat first-time finalists Delhi Capitals by 5 wickets. This was their fifth league title, and all of them have come beneath the captaincy of Rohit Sharma.
Rohit has gained his sixth IPL title, having gained his first with Deccan Chargers in 2009.