CricketTATA IPL 2022: Big blow for the fans, Bad News just before a week in IPL; Check New Updates
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TATA IPL 2022: Big blow for the fans, Bad News just before a week in IPL; Check New Updates

Even before the start of IPL 2022, cricket fans can get a big setback. Maharashtra government can ban the entry of fans in IPL 2022 matches.

TATA IPL 2022 is now going to start just a few days later. On March 26, the first match will be played between Kolkata and Chennai, but this has brought very bad news for the fans because now IPL 2022 can be organized between closed doors. Let our know-how.

Fans got a big blow

Fans can get a big setback for IPL 2022. Now IPL 2022 can be done without spectators. Earlier, the Maharashtra government had allowed 25 per cent of the spectators in the tournament, but now this order can be withdrawn.

The central government has warned the Maharashtra government about the new COVID-19 threat in the state, which has an impact on the IPL. Most of the matches of IPL 2022 are to be played on the ground of Mumbai.

Center issued alert to the states

Maharashtra Government Health Minister Rajesh Tope has told us that we have received a letter from the Central Government to be alert as the cases of COVID-19 have increased in European countries, South Korea and China.

Under this, our Health Department had issued a letter asking to be alert and take necessary steps. We do not want to comment on the IPL match right now.

Most matches will be held in Mumbai

Due to the Corona epidemic, most of the matches will be held in Maharashtra. A total of 70 matches are to be played in the league round. A total of 55 matches will be played in Mumbai’s three venues Wankhede Stadium, DY Patil and Brabourne.

Apart from this, there will be 15 matches in Pune. All 10 teams will play 4-4 matches in Wankhede and DY Patil. Apart from this, he will have to play 3-3 matches in Pune and Brabourne. From the current season, the number of matches in the T20 league has increased from 60 to 74.

IPL has been affected by the Corona epidemic

IPL has been affected due to the Corona epidemic. Last year due to Corona, the IPL was shifted to UAE. Now due to the outbreak of Corona, IPL 2022 is to be organized in Maharashtra.

There have been 171 new cases of corona in Maharashtra. For this, the central government and the state government are on alert from now on and no one wants to relax for this.