IPL 2020: 10 Major Decisions by IPL 2020 Governing Council for IPL 2020

IPL 2020: 10 Major Decisions by IPL 2020 Governing Council for IPL 2020

IPL 2020: 10 Major Decisions by IPL 2020 Governing Council for IPL 2020
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These 10 important decisions were made in the Governing Council meeting held for IPL 2020.  On Sunday, the IPL Governing Council met on IPL 2020, in which all issues were stamped ...


 On Sunday, 2 August, the Governing Council met for the conduct of IPL 2020 through video conferencing.  Many issues were discussed in this meeting and they were also finalized.  In a way, the BCCI and the IPL Governing Council have stamped on 10 major issues of IPL.  These include IPL timings and when will the IPL begin and when will the final match be played?  There is talk on this too.

Speaking to IANS, a BCCI official said that it was decided to take the IPL in another week and that the final match will be played on 10 November.  The official also said that in order to ensure that there is sufficient vacancy between the games given the strict protocol.

  He said, 'We have decided to go till 10 November and hence the final will be the first day on a weekday.  Also, to ensure that there is enough gaps between the games keeping in mind the travel and bio safe environment and keeping all these in mind, we will have 10 double headers this season, ”the official revealed  .

 The BCCI and the IPL Governing Council have not yet released the full schedule of the tournament, but have confirmed that the IPL will start on September 19, but the final will be played on November 10, not 8.  At the same time, in this meeting of the IPL Governing Council, it has also been decided that the women's IPL (T20 Challenge) to be played between the women will be played in the men's IPL playoff matches.



 Not only this, it has also become clear in this meeting what will be the timing of IPL matches.  According to BCCI, the IPL night match will be played at 7:30 pm Indian time, while the afternoon match will start at 3:30 pm according to Indian time.  However, the timing will be different at that time in the UAE, as there is a difference of about one and a half hours between the time in India and the UAE.  In such a situation, the match will start in UAE from 6 pm.


 We have prepared 10 points for you on what happened on Monday in the IPL Governing Council meeting, through which you can know what has happened and what will be changed in IPL 2020.  Although the BCCI has not yet received permission from the Indian government to hold the IPL in the UAE, officials believe it will be approved in the next one week.


 These 10 issues were stamped in the Governing Council meeting

 1. 13th season of IPL to be played from 19th September to 10th November

 2. There will be 10 days of header header matches (two matches in one day)

 3. Government approves this IPL to be held in UAE

4. The audience will not be in the beginning, fans can watch the match later

 5. Ravani will be teams for UAE on 27 August

 6. BCCI's agreement with all companies issued, VIVO is IPL sponsor

 7. UAE matches to be played in Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi

 8. Every team will have 24-24 players

 9. Matches will start at 3:30 pm Indian time and 7:30 pm

 10. Women's IPL to be played in week of play off.

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