Preparations have started for the Indian Premier League 2021 Part-II to be organized properly. The remaining matches of IPL 2021 will be organized in UAE. Earlier 29 matches were organized in India and now the remaining 31 matches will be played in UAE. Earlier, IPL 2021 was being organized in India, but due to the Kovid 19 epidemic, this league had to be postponed on May 4.
Coronavirus was entered in the biobubble during IPL 2021 Part-One in India, but this time the Indian Cricket Board is in no mood to take any kind of risk. The board is trying its best to organize the remaining matches in a safe environment. Keeping in mind the safety of the players, BCCI has also made a shocking rule. The BCCI has issued a 46-page health advisory for the matches to be held in the UAE.
it has been said in this advisory that, if the ball goes into the stand, it will not be used again and will be replaced by a new ball. The ball which will go to the stand will be kept in the ball library after sanitizing it thoroughly. For example, if a bowler hits a six and if that ball goes into the stand, it will not be used in that match and will be replaced by another ball.According to the news published in Inside Sports,
Actually, this time the permission to the spectators to enter the IPL is being considered. In such a situation, if the ball goes into the stand, then some spectator will definitely touch it, due to which this advisory has been issued. BCCI does not want to take any risk with the players this time. The IPL 2021 Part Two will start from 19th September and will end on 15th October.