BCCI loses crore rupees at T20 World Cup in UAE in October


  • The T20 World Cup will be held in the UAE from October 17
  • The World Cup will start shortly after the IPL final
  • In the second round of the World Cup, 12 teams will meet

New Delhi: UAE has decided to change India’s T20 World Cup to this year. Kovid 19, the World Cup scheduled to take place in India in October, will move to the United Arab Emirates following the expansion. The tournament runs from October 17 to November 14. The World Cup begins two days after the final of the IPL 2021.

Previously, the IPL in India was halted in the middle due to Kovid 19. The remaining matches are scheduled to take place in the UAE from September 19. The final of the IPL is October 15. Players arriving in the UAE for the IPL can directly participate in the T20 World Cup.

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BCCI will lose millions of rupees by moving the World Cup to the United Arab Emirates. Therefore, the BCCI was not in favor of changing the World Cup earlier. But Kovid 19 is out of control and he has no choice but to change the World Cup. However, India is reported to have not officially informed the ICC about the transfer of the World Cup to the United Arab Emirates.

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Even if the World Cup starts on October 17, the best players will not have to play at the beginning. The first round will be played between smaller nations. The eight teams will compete in two groups. Two teams from each of the two groups will advance to Super 12. Super 12 matches will begin on October 24. The competition will be divided into two groups of six teams each. The three play-offs, semi-finals and final will take place later.

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