IPL 2021: Government of Maharashtra. allows teams to train during nighttime curfew | IPL 2021: How will the match in Mumbai be between the night curfew? Now revealed

New Delhi: Even before the start of the Indian Premier League 2021 (Coron virus), the Corona virus caused a sensation. The league’s 14th season matches will be played in 6 major cities across the country, of which Mumbai (Mumbai) is also a part. But Corona cases are steadily increasing on the day of Maharashtra, after which the question started to arise whether the IPL matches will be held in Mumbai? However, now it can be assumed that the matches in Mumbai will be played here from their time.

Authorization received during the night curfew

Explain that due to the increase in Corona virus cases in Maharashtra, the state government announced the imposition of a Sunday night curfew from 8 a.m. to 7 a.m. throughout Maharashtra (Maharashtra) . However, now the government of Maharashtra has allowed the organization of IPL matches and now the practice has been allowed even after 8pm during the nighttime curfew and teams have been allowed to go to the hotel.

10 matches to organize in Mumbai

10 matches of IPL 2021 (IPL 2021) are to be played in Mumbai. All of these matches will be played at Wankhede Stadium and 9 of these matches will be played at 7:30 p.m. The first game in Wankhede will be played on April 10 between Chennai Super Kings and Delhi Capitals (CSK vs DC). Meanwhile, the Mumbai Cricket Association is relieved because the 10 employees at Wankhede Stadium, who had come to test positive for Corona, have now come to their test negative.

The state government, however, allowed IPL teams to train strictly after eight hours, strictly following the bio-bubble. The IPL kicks off on April 9 and the first match will be played between the Mumbai Indians and RCB in Chennai.

In a letter to the Cricket Board of India (BCCI), Srirang Gholap, secretary of the Department of Disaster Management, Relief and Rehabilitation, wrote: “ CCI (Cricket Club of India) and MCA (Stadium of Mumbai Cricket Association) of the teams in mind the timing of the match. Wankhede) was repeated in two sessions of 4 p.m. at 6.30 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. in the evening from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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