COVID-19 has had a significant influence on sports, with several big competitions, such as the Tokyo Olympics 2020 and the IPL 2021, being postponed. But now that the Tokyo Olympics are underway, everything appears to be in order.
Good news for all IPL lovers, Season 14th of IPL will soon resume from 19th September in Dubai. The game of gamblers will begin with Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians clash.
After numerous COVID-19 instances were reported in the tournament’s bio-bubble, it was stopped in May.
A total of 31 matches, including seven doubles headers, will be contested over 27 days (five were held in India). The action will turn to Abu Dhabi after the CSK-MI match, where the Kolkata Knight Riders will face Royal Challengers Bangalore.
So, the war for the IPL title will soon commence, and chanting for Dhoni, Virat, Rohit will soon fill the air.