IPL 2021 To Be Played Behind Closed Doors | No Spectators Allowed
IPL 2020 was played in the UAE with no spectators allowed. This year’s IPL 2021 to be held in India. However, no spectators will be allowed to enter the field in IPL 2021, which means this year IPL will be played behind closed doors, indicated by BCCI President Sourav Ganguly himself.
In a recent interview with an Indian media, Sourav said, “I don’t know yet (about the audience), it will all depend on the situation. 6-team IPL is different from the bilateral series. During IPL 2021, no spectators were allowed to enter the field, two teams will play on the field here, but a few more teams will practice outside. ‘
The Prince of Kolkata added, ‘Many field practice pitches are out. Teams improve their routine practice there because there are regular games. So if the audience is exposed to such a situation, they can move closer to the practicing teams.
The Indian Premier League (IPL) has been named one of the most popular franchise-based cricket tournaments in the world for being the best in everything from field games or outdoor accessories. This IPL is also at the peak of popularity in terms of spectators. The first match of 2021 IPL Live Streaming to telecast live on Star Sports on 9 April 2021.