When the second leg of the Indian Premier League begins on Sunday with defending champion Mumbai Indians taking up three-time champion Chennai Super Kings on the Dubai International Cricket Stadium, fans will likely be allowed to go to the stadium.
Matches will likely be performed at Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi with restricted seating out there maintaining in thoughts the Covid protocols and UAE authorities rules, the BCCI stated in an announcement on Wednesday.
The spectators should buy tickets beginning September 16 for the rest of the match on the official web site www.iplt20.com. Tickets will also be bought on PlatinumList.internet.
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Last yr, the spectators weren’t allowed to enter the stadium throughout the match due to the pandemic. In the India leg too, the matches have been performed in empty stadiums.