IPL MATCH FIXING REPORT : Mumbai and Pune will host the 2022 World Expo; the final will held on May 29: Report

Due to the coronavirus epidemic, the Indian Premier League’s 15th season will allegedly be held in Mumbai and Pune over four grounds. While Wankhede Stadium, Brabourne Stadium, and DY Patil Stadium will hold 55 matches, the MCA International Stadium in Pune will host 15 matches.

The IPL governing council is considering two dates to kick off the season, according to Cricbuzz. While the official broadcaster wishes the event to begin on March 26 (Saturday), the tournament may still begin on March 27.

The IPL 2022 final is anticipated to take place on May 29, with the playoff locations yet to be determined.

The final decision on the schedule might be made during an IPL governing council meeting on February 24 (Thursday).

“We realise that starting the league on Saturday allows the broadcaster to get the league off to a fast start with three matches in the first weekend. That would be impossible with a Sunday inauguration. The BCCI and the broadcasters were in talks about it, and it may happen on March 26 “Cricbuzz spoke with a franchise official who was privy to the talks.

The official broadcaster, according to the source, has urged commentators to be ready from March 19 until June 7. “At the outset, I wanted to confirm your availability for the IPL 2022 globe stream broadcast.” So, in order to be safe, please confirm your availability not only for the tournament but also for a period of minus 8-10 days from the start date and plus five days from the finish date, i.e. from March 19, 2022 to June 7, 2022 (sic) “According to the message,

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