Caribbean Premier League complete information to begin from August 18.

Caribbean Premier League complete information to begin from August 18.

Caribbean Premier League to be played from August 18, final match to be played on September 10

 The Caribbean Premier League will be a league from 18 August to 10 September, with all 33 matches taking place at the vacant stadium;  Players will have corona test twice

 CPL 2020 will start from August 18 and the government has given the green signal for this.


 The eighth season of the Caribbean Premier League is scheduled to begin on 18 August.  However, an important decision has been taken in view of Coronavirus.  All matches of this season of the Caribbean Premier League will be played in Trinidad.  The tournament finals will be held on 10 September.

 This led to the draft for the eighth season of the Caribbean Premier League, in which teams included several legendary superstars in their teams.


 Kovid-19 had imprisoned the entire world at home, but now life is slowly coming back on track.  Talking about cricket, the Test series has started with the West Indies team in England.  Meanwhile, preparations have started for the T20 League to start.  The Caribbean Premier League (CPL 2020) is scheduled to begin on 18 August.

 After the Corona virus, the CPL will be the first such franchise in the T20 league in the world to make a comeback first.  The final of this 34-day tournament will be played on 10 September.  This time, the entire league will be played in Trinidad and Tobago to protect the players and team staff from the risk of infection with the corona virus.  The tournament has also received necessary approvals from the local administration and government.

 As soon as players and officials of all teams enter Trinidad and Tobago for this league, all will be segregated for two weeks under strict health protocols in different hotels.  The players coming from abroad will be tested Kovid-19 before departure for Trinidad and Tobago and upon arrival here.



 In view of the danger of infection of Kovid-19, this time the tournament will also be played without an audience and all the guidelines of Kovid-19 will be followed.  The government's green signal was waiting for the start of this league.  This will be the first T20 league to be played between the Kovid 19 pandemic.  In this league too, ICC rules will be followed this time and saliva will not be used on the ball.  Apart from this, the rules which have been changed will also be used.  This time in the CPL, Chris Gayle will not be affected because he had already refused to play in this league.