Vivo IPL 2021 was postponed on May 4 after a few players and bus cleaner tested positive. A sad bubble came across cricket fans. But BCCI was not quite in the midst of this uncertainty. Eventually, they found a way to host IPL 2021 as it was hosted IPL 2020.
IPL 2021 UAE
Good News for the sports freak, finally the uncertainty is over IPL 2021 is all set to take place in the United Arab Emirates. The game is scheduled to be played in three cities Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah. After completion of India vs England test series, the game will be played in mid-September in UAE. And, the IPL 2021 final match will be played on October 10.
The players of India and England will complete their test series and come to Dubai on 15 September. Following the guidelines, they will remain in quarantine for 3 days before the game begins. For Vivo IPL 2021, various options were mulled such as Sri Lanka, UAR and UK.
Currently, Rishabh Pant captained Delhi Capitals holds the top position in the IPL 2021 table with 6 wins from 8 played games. On the second, captain cool Ms Dhoni team Chennai Super Kings and Virat Kholi’s captained Royal Challengers Bangalore on the third position. And, Rohit Sharma’s all-time champion Mumbai Indians in the fourth position.
Apart from the top 4 teams, the fifth position Sanju Samson’s inaugural season winner Rajasthan Royals. While KL Rahul’s warrior King XI Punjab is in the sixth position. Eoin Morgan’s Kolkata Knight Riders are set to move from the seventh position. Eventually, Kane Williamson’s Sunrisers Hyderabad is in the eighth position. No one can predict the IPL 2021 winner as it is a game of twist and turns. Stay tuned for Vivo IPL 2021 schedule and timetable.
IPL 2021 Broadcasting Channels
Cricket fans of the United Arab Emirates and around the world can watch IPL 2021 from various sources. Also, they can watch Vivo IPL 2021 matches live on their television through broadcasters operating in their region.
BeIN Sports will be broadcasting the IPL matches in UAE and other Gulf regions. Well, Star Sports, Jasha and Disney Hotstar have the rights back home in India.
On the other hand, Sky Sports will be broadcasting all matches around the world with their wide network.
|India||Star Sports, Jalsha & Disney Hotstar VIP|
|United Kingdom||Sky Sports Cricket|
|MENA Countries||BeIN Sports|
|New Zealand||Sky Sport NZ|
|Bangladesh||Channel 9, Gazi TV|
|Afghanistan||Radio Television Afghanistan|
|Sri Lanka||SLRC (Channel Eye)|
IPL 2021 Points Table