IPL 2021 – IPL GC Meeting: The Indian Premier League Governing Council is all set to meet next week between Friday & Sunday to decide whether to go ahead with a full, half or no spectators in this edition of the IPL.
The biggest point in IPL GC agenda during the meeting would be whether to allow fans spectators in the stadium or not. IPL Sources have confirmed to Inside Sport that BCCI is not in a hurry and still adopting a “wait & see” approach taking a full feed back from the respective franchisees, state associations and most importantly State Governments on whether to go with or without spectators.
IPL Governing Council to take big decision on fans entry?
The biggest discussion point at the governing council meeting would be whether IPL 2021 should be played without fans or partial entry should be allowed in the stadiums.
The current India vs England series is being played with 50% capacity but section in the BCCI wants that IPL 2021 should be played without fans and no risk should be taken.
“It will be up to the GC to take a final call. The call will be taken after consultation with state association, franchisees and respective state governments. Though we don’t want any risk during IPL 2021 and have proposed their views on whether spectators should be allowed in the stadium or not,” said one of the top BCCI official.
IPL 2021d ates & venues to be ratified – The IPL GC will also ratify and officially announce the dates for IPL 2021 after IPL GC meeting.
As reported by InsideSport on Friday IPL 2021 will start on 9th April and final of the 14th edition of IPL will be played on 30th May.