The BCCI wants to hold the IPL in the UAE itself. Due to low cost, stable weather and good knowledge of Corona rules, UAE will be the first choice, England will also be discussed. BCCI CEO Hemang Amin will propose to hold the remaining matches of the IPL in England and UAE at a special meeting of the BCCI on May 29. However, Amin's first choice is the UAE. 



The Board of Control for Cricket in India will not play the remaining 31 matches of the Indian Premier League (IPL - 2021) in India. BCCI CEO Hemang Amin will propose to hold the remaining matches of the IPL in England and UAE at a special meeting of the BCCI on May 29. However, Amin's first choice is the UAE. They want the IPL to be held in England when the T20 World Cup shifts from India to the UAE. Amin is the CEO of IPL along with BCCI. Amin said in an interview that his first choice is to play the remaining matches of the IPL in the UAE. BCCI secretary Jai Shah has convened a special meeting to discuss the remaining matches of the IPL and the planning of the T20 World Cup in India in October.


IPL 2021 halted midway due to Corona The 14th season of IPL has been halted midway due to Corona. Sunrisers Hyderabad's Riddhiman Saha, Delhi Capital's Amit Mishra, KKR's Sandeep Warrior and Varun Chakraborty, CSK's bowling coach L Balaji and batting coach Michael Hussey Corona were infected. After which the BCCI and the IPL administration had no choice but to stop the league in the middle of the season.