After the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 efficiently ended amid the pandemic, the Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) has already began planning for the subsequent version. The board is, reportedly, getting ready for the complete public sale forward of the 14th version of the IPL.
As per The Hindu, the BCCI officers may already be in contact with the franchises for a similar. In keeping with a well-placed supply within the BCCI, there are additionally plans for the massive public sale, holding in thoughts their plan to introduce a ninth group for the subsequent season. The transfer is perhaps to strike a monetary steadiness after the pandemic hit.
BCCI president Sourav Ganguly informs IPL 2021 to be in April-Might
Earlier, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly had knowledgeable that IPL 2021 could be hosted in April-Might. He had additionally hinted that the cash-rich league was prone to be hosted in India.
As for IPL 2020, Mumbai Indians have lifted the coveted trophy after comfortably defeating Delhi Capitals within the grand-finale. Requested to bat first, Rohit Sharma restricted DC for 155 totals courtesy Trent Boult’s glorious bowling with the brand new ball. The speedster sends Marcus Stoinis for a golden duck and despatched Rahane and Shimron Hetmyer for two and 5 runs respectively.
Whereas chasing the goal, Rohit Sharma obtained on the nerves of DC bowlers from the very begin, smacking boundaries. He amassed 68 runs off 51 balls whereas Ishan Kishan Gunn-blazing 33*off 19 balls knock led Mumbai Indians to chase down the goal in 18.four overs.
With the victory, Mumbai Indians had additionally damaged their odd and even jinx and has established their supremacy whereas additionally turned solely the second IPL group to defend the title.