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Confirmed by #IPL Chairman! #IPL2020 to be played from September 19, final to be held on November 8.. #UAE
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IPL 2020 to be played from September 19, final to be held on November 8, IPL chairman Brijesh Patel confirms to Cricbuzz
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The Emirates Cricket Board confirmed receiving a Letter of Intent from the BCCI to host the IPL 2020. "We have received the letter and now wait on the decision from the Indian government which will ink the final deal" - Mubashshir Usmani. https://cricbuzz.com/cricket-news/113598/ipl-2020-bcci-sends-letter-of-intent-to-emirates-cricket-board-to-host-tournament-indian-premier-league-csk-mi…
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The IPL Governing Council will meet on August 1 to finalise the schedule and other key arrangements necessary for the tournament to be conducted in the UAE. Recently the IPL Governing Council chairman Brijesh Patel announced the tournament would be played in the UAE between September 19 and November 10.

It is understood that the Governing Council is likely to discuss the dates, venues, training facilities, the quarantine measures along with the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) that would be necessary for the event which comprises eight teams to play 60 matches over 50 days.

 Other than Patel, the meeting would also be attended by the BCCI's office bearers including president Sourav Ganguly, secretary Jay Shah and treasurer Arun Dhumal. Incidentally, both Ganguly and Shah have finished their six-year tenures as office bearers and are supposed to undergo a three-year cooling-off period as per the BCCI constitution. However, the BCCI has sought amendments to the constitution including tweaking the cooling-off period in a plea with the Supreme Court, which has scheduled the hearing for August 17.

Earlier on Monday, the Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) said that it had received a letter of intent from the BCCI to conduct the IPL in the UAE. That letter is understood to be signed by IPL's chief operating officer Hemang Amin, who also is doubling up as the BCCI's interim chief executive officer.

The ECB said it was looking forward to hosting the IPL, but a "final deal" would be inked after the Indian government had given BCCI the permission to shift the tournament to the UAE.

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E sala cup namde 💥 [rofl]

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Just in: Australia's T20I series against the West Indies, scheduled for early October, has officially been postponed The leading T20 players from both teams will now be available to play in the IPL
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The Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) is hopeful of getting the government's clearance to fill 30-50 % of the stadiums with spectators for IPL 2020, which is scheduled to be held in the country from September 19 to November 10.

"We will definitely want our people to experience this prestigious event but it is totally the government's decision," UAE board secretary Mubashshir Usmani told PTI. "For most events here, the number ranges from 30 to 50% capacity, we are looking at a similar number. We are hopeful of getting our government's approval on that."

Currently, the UAE has just over 6200 active cases of Covid-19, and Usmani believed that it would reduce further by the time the IPL gets underway.

"The UAE government has been very efficient in bringing down the case numbers," he said. We are almost living a normal life with certain rules and protocols to be followed. And with the IPL still some time way, we will be in an even better place than what it is right now."

The UAE board has received an official letter of intent from the BCCI for hosting IPL 2020, and is now waiting for the formal nod from the Indian government to "ink the final deal" with the BCCI. The protocols for the tournament in the UAE are expected to be finalised during the IPL governing council's meeting on August 2.

But would the UAE board be able to manage the training sessions of eight franchises?

"UAE is blessed with the support of private infrastructure," Usmani said. "We are able to deliver such events and have delivered before. Last year, we hosted the T20 World Cup qualifier which had 14 teams."

It's not a completely new experience for the ECB, as the first 20 games of the 2014 IPL were held in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah because of the Indian general elections.

"Last time also, it contributed significantly to the UAE economy," Usmani said. "With the full tournament taking place this time, it will be a much bigger boost."

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Chennai Super Kings (CSK) are aiming to set up camp in the UAE from early August to give themselves at least a month to train before the IPL begins from September 19. ESPNcricinfo understands that players have been asked to report to Chennai first, following which they will leave for Dubai via a charter flight. This is, of course, subject to approvals from the Indian government.

Last week, the IPL governing council chairman Brijesh Patel had confirmed that the tournament was scheduled to begin on September 19, with the final penciled in for either November 8 or November 10, and said the clearance of the government "will come". The governing council is scheduled to meet on Sunday, August 2, to make decisions on the many logistical challenges that airlifting the tournament to the UAE will pose. The Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) around securing eight teams for 51 days across three venues will be formally established in that meeting.

For the franchises themselves, one of the issues will be player fitness given that the majority on their IPL rosters will not have played any cricket in recent months. Some franchises have reportedly asked for permission to land on August 20 and 21. For CSK, who have the oldest squad in the league on average, the challenge is all the more significant. MS Dhoni, their captain, for example, hasn't played a competitive fixture since the 2019 World Cup.

In the pre-lockdown world as well, CSK were the first team to begin their training camp in March. Senior players like Suresh Raina and Ambati Rayudu, in fact, had begun training as early as December 2019 to get in shape for the tournament that was originally scheduled to begin on March 29.

The IPL will comprise 60 matches and will be played over 51 days (in case the final is on November 8). In the original schedule prepared in March for this year, the tournament days stretched to 50 to keep the double-headers minimal, a request of the franchises who did not want players to suffer during the peak Indian summer. It is likely the double-headers will remain minimal even in the UAE.

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england lo pettalsindi..aa uae stadiums and pitches daridram
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england lo pettalsindi..aa uae stadiums and pitches daridram

England grounds size ki konni matches 300 pothayemo scores.
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England grounds size ki konni matches 300 pothayemo scores.


plus english players racha leputharu
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Ireland won
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ICYMI: Vivo has pulled out as the title sponsor of #IPL2020, a development that follows public outcry after clashes at the India-China border in June.
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ICYMI: Vivo has pulled out as the title sponsor of #IPL2020, a development that follows public outcry after clashes at the India-China border in June.

ee year title sponsor evado kani full publicity. janalu em entertainment leka khaali ga kurchunnaru. record viewership undochu
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4-5 months gap lo two Ipl seasons 💥
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ee year title sponsor evado kani full publicity. janalu em entertainment leka khaali ga kurchunnaru. record viewership undochu


Yes. Normal gaane ipl craze ekkuva..ippude too much untayi.. bettings kuda full
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Ee sari ayina kottandraa 😭😭
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#BREAKING: Patanjali considers bidding for IPL 2020 title sponsorship. “We are considering the IPL title sponsorship for this year since we want to give the Patanjali brand a global marketing platform,” Patanjali spokesperson SK Tijarawala
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Jio ki sponsorship ravali
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Jio ki sponsorship ravali

Jio not interested
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With IPL 2020 set to move to the UAE under the cloud of a pandemic, there have been some stringent Standard Operating Procedures drafted by the board and shared with franchises.

The 16-page document overviewing the Health and Safety protocols during IPL 2020 lists minute details of how franchises, players, support staff and team owners amongst others, should adhere to and sign-on for the tournament. Cricbuzz understands that the protocols are largely final, but a few amongst these protocols could still change after consultation with the various stakeholders.

Testing and travel

Franchises are not allowed to leave before August 20, and have been advised to use chartered planes to get the players to UAE, if possible. And all the players will have to take two PCR Tests 24 hours apart prior to their arrival in UAE. And once in UAE all support staff and players will have to be tested three times in the span of 6 days. They will have to remain under quarantine for this period in their hotel rooms ("Meeting other players and team members is prohibited"). And once all three tests turn negative they are allowed into the bio-secure environments for regular training and practice. Additional tests will be conducted as and when required, apart from the mandatory tests every 5th day.

Franchises will also have to appoint their team doctors who'd be in charge of ensuring that all medical guidelines are followed. The medical staff will have their preparations done in advance with one of the protocols stating that the "medical team should obtain a complete medical and travel history (since 1st March 2020) of all players and team support staff at least 2 weeks before the scheduled departure to UAE. This will be done via an online questionnaire along with a daily temperature logging and symptom checker going live 2 weeks before the team's assembly."

The bio-secure environments

All 8 teams will have to stay in different hotels, with advise detailing even the types of hotels that can be booked. It'd be upon the franchises to secure acommodation, and it is advised that they book smaller properties which can be booked in full or separate wings in bigger hotels "that has a separate centralised AC unit than the rest of the hotel."

There are protocols listed for Hotels, Training sessions, matches and transportation,with zones additionally demarcated.

"The stadium Bio-Secure Environment will be divided into the following zones:

-Zone 1 - Players and Match Official Area (PMOA) and Field of Play (FOP)

Zone 2 - Inner Zone - All operational areas within the stadium complex

Zone 3 - Outer Zone - The area outside the stadium complex but within the boundary walls

All members are to operate strictly within their zones and are advised to do their communication over phones or video calls as much as possible.

Meetings and dressing rooms

In what could be a change from the norm, team meetings could now be done remotely as one of the protocols recommends that, "Video and remote conference call technology is recommended. However, if group meetings are held in person, they are encouraged to be held outdoors where possible following social distancing protocols." It further adds that indoor meetings will have to be conducted in "sufficiently large room to allow for social distancing".

The dressing room too, according to the protocol, could be more spread out than normal if needed - "The Bio-Secure Environment means only essential staff will be on site and no members of the public will be allowed. Therefore there will be more vacant areas at the stadium and hence the dressing room does not have to remain within the traditional area."

The players' zone and match protocols

The players and staff will need to have personalised belongings including water bottles, towels and cricket equipment. And in accordance with the ICC's guidelines, use of saliva will not be allowed on the cricket ball. The protocols also state that there will be specific time slots for players to use the gym and that "the same set of players should train together in the gym at all times."

During a match, there will be a single point of entry into the ground. The transportation too would have strict protocols in place with seating recommended only in window seats and a plastic sheet separating the driver. After the necessary temperature checks and filling in a daily questionnaire about their health. Electronic team sheets have been recommended during the toss when the captains usually exchange the playing elevens. There will also be designated seats for players in areas such as the dugouts. "All players will sanitise their hands before and after the drinks break," says one of the protocols.

What if someone tests positive within?

"Suspected/positive cases will be immediately isolated from rest of the squad."The team doctor will have to inform the IPL Medical manager immediately and "the case will be managed in close coordination with accredited hospitals and treatment centres equipped with COVID-19 testing and treatment."

With provisions in place for isolation in designated areas outside the bio-bubble, the individual will have to stay there for a period of two weeks. "After the 2 weeks isolation, the individual must return 2 negative PCR test reports done 24 hours apart before being permitted to re-enter the Bio-Secure Environment," says the protocol.

Team owners and family

The same protocols would apply to all team owners and family members of players as well. They would need to undergo the same procedures to remain in the bio-secure environment. And in case of a breach of the bubble, "will have to quarantine for 7 days and return two negative PCR tests on Day 6 and Day 7, to be allowed to re-enter the Bio-Secure Environment."

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Ee sari ayina kottandraa 😭😭

Ee saala cup namode
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JUST IN : The Indian government has given the BCCI permission to host the Indian Premier League in the UAE, confirms Governing Council chairman Brijesh Patel
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Schedule vachinda?? I'm planning to follow IPL after 1st season[biggrin]

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Akkada unna valla andariki negative unte inka e rules enduku?
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Ee saala cup namode

Mama nuv RCB fan aa ?
Ithe ika kottinatte aallu
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E sala cup namde 👻
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E sala cup Namdhe .
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Akkada unna valla andariki negative unte inka e rules enduku?

Contingency plan
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JUST IN: Rajasthan Royals fielding coach Dishant Yagnik has tested positive for Covid-19

#IPL2020

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There's confirmation from @rajasthanroyals that Yagnik was tested in his hometown (Udaipur) and was not in close proximity with any of their or other IPL players in the last 10 days #IPL2020
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Anrich Nortje replaced Chris Woakes in Delhi Capitals for the upcoming IPL season in UAE from September 19th.
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IPL Sponsorship Announcement by today evening 
Most likely TATA group tiskovachu 
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IPL Sponsorship Announcement by today evening 
Most likely TATA group tiskovachu 
D11 👍
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Dream XI bagged the IPL 2020 title sponsorship rights for 250 crores
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One year anthe ga deal?
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Dream11 wins #IPL2020 title sponsorship for Rs 222 crores
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D11 lo Chinese funding undhi...ee matram daniki vivo ni pikatam endhuku
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D11 gallaki profits 🤙🤙🤙
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D11 lo Chinese funding undhi...ee matram daniki vivo ni pikatam endhuku

Ola lo.kuda undi kaani manam use chestunnam kada
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D11 sponsor so csk winner avtaru else mi...
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Ola lo.kuda undi kaani manam use chestunnam kada

Complete ban impossible current situation lo. Asalu vivo poyindhi chinese hadavidi gurinche kadha, alantappudu malli chinese backing unna D11 endhuku thiskotam ani.

Inka direct company kakunda just funding ee ga ani sardhukovalu
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D11 lo Chinese funding undhi...ee matram daniki vivo ni pikatam endhuku



VIVO ni ekkada peekaru....vaalle drop ayyaru kada?? aatmanirbhar kosam BCCI statement ichindi we will review sponsorships ani anthe....it was VIVO's decision to back out kada,if i am not wrong
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D11 sponsor so csk winner avtaru else mi...
haha
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VIVO ni ekkada peekaru....vaalle drop ayyaru kada?? aatmanirbhar kosam BCCI statement ichindi we will review sponsorships ani anthe....it was VIVO's decision to back out kada,if i am not wrong

Idi naku telidhu...vivo ne drop ithe mari next 2 years paristhithi enti...2022 varaku kadha valladhi
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