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The remaining matches of IPL-14 will be played in UAE, matches will start from September

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The remaining matches of the 14th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) will be played in the UAE. This decision was taken at the Special General Meeting (SGM) of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) held on Saturday. Now the tournament will resume in September-October. 29 matches were played in the first half. The next 31 matches will be held in UAE. Although the date has not been announced by the BCCI. IPL-14 was postponed on May 4 after Corona’s case surfaced in several teams. Let us tell you till 2 may, 29 matches were played.

Till IPL-14 is postponed, Delhi Capitals are in first place with 6 wins in 8 matches. While Chennai Super Kings is second with 5 matches won. The third place is held by RCB, which is led by Virat Kohli.

Press Released on IPL-14

According to a press release issued by the BCCI, in view of the monsoon in India in September-October. It has been decided to conduct the remaining matches of IPL-14 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The decision was taken in the Special General Meeting, where the members agreed to resume the IPL. The IPL is expected to resume between September 18 and 20 and end on October 10.

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T20 sought for World Cup and time

The BCCI has sought time from the International Cricket Council (ICC) for the T20 World Cup. In the meeting, the BCCI has decided that it will take some more time before taking a final decision on hosting the T20 World Cup.

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Australian cricketers will play the rest of the IPL matches in the UAE or not?

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Cricket Australia (CA) said on Monday that discussions with Australian cricketers on participating in Indian Premier League (IPL) in the UAE in September are yet to be initiated.

Nick Hockley, who headed Cricket Australia on an interim basis for a year, said on Monday after being appointed as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) that a decision on the IPL will have to wait, as Australian players will have to wait after completing a two-week hotel quarantine. Reuniting with their families again.

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After the suspension of IPL midway due to cases of covid-19 in India, the Australian cricketer and other mate associated with the tournament were unable to return home due to travel restrictions. He had to spend the first few days in Maldives. let us tell you a 40-member team from Australia returned home two weeks ago.

According to ESPNcricinfo, Hockley said, “Obviously we need to discuss this (IPL) when we come back as a group.”

He said, ‘Our players who returned from IPL have come out of segregation today, so our first priority is to ensure that they are reunited with their families. We have to prepare for the West Indies tour.

Hockley said the players will regroup at the NCC (Brisbane) a few weeks before the West Indies tour and it would be time to focus again.

He said, ‘They have clearly been deeply moved by this experience and are very happy to be back home, looking forward to reconnecting with family and friends today.’

The IPL will start in the UAE in mid-September. At that time the Australian cricketers would not be playing any international matches. However, concerns have been raised about the impact on the mental health of players due to repeated involvement in the Bio-Bubble.

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Action on Morgan and McCullum, making jokes on Indian accent

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Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) franchise can take action on its captain Eoin Morgan and head coach Brendon McCullum. Morgan and McCullum are being accused of mocking the Indian accent. In fact, during a chat on social media in 2018, Morgan and England batsman Jos Buttler used ‘sir’ to make fun of Indian fans.

Later, former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum also joined this chat. Some of the players involved have deleted the post, but screenshots of their conversation have already surfaced.

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On this matter, KKR has made it clear that it will not tolerate remarks like racism. KKR CEO Venky Mysore told Cricbuzz, “As of now we do not have much information to take action in the matter. We want to know everything before reaching any conclusion. Then we make it clear that any such comment will not be tolerated. We have a policy of ‘Zero Tolerance’ towards this.”

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There has been a ruckus on social media ever since such posts by Eoin Morgan and Jos Buttler have surfaced. The Board of Cricket in India (BCCI) has not yet given any response on this matter. There has been no statement from Jos Butler and Eoin Morgan.

On the other hand, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has ordered an investigation into Morgan and Butler’s case after Ollie Robinson. The ECB had said, ‘We have been investigating the matter since last week. All the players who have made controversial remarks are being investigated. We have no place for these things here. Strict action will be taken against the culprits after the investigation is completed.”

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BCCI told foreign players – salary will be deducted if IPL-14 is not played

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The second part of the Indian Premier League (IPL)-14 will be played in the UAE in September-October. Many foreign players are unlikely to play in the remaining matches of the tournament. It also includes players from England and Australia.

foreign players will play?

Star all-rounder Ben Stokes and fast bowler Pat Cummins may be missing from the remaining matches of the season. Meanwhile, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has also taken a tough stand. A BCCI official told Inside Sport that if foreign players do not play the remaining matches of IPL-14, they will be given money on a pro-rata basis. The official said that the franchise will have the right to cut the salary of the players.

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Let us tell you that if a player plays the entire season of IPL, then he is given salary in 3-4 installments in 12 months. At the same time, if a player is unable to play the entire season, then he is paid on a pro-rata basis.

What the ECB and Bangladesh Cricket Board said

The England Cricket Board has clearly said that their players will not go to the UAE for IPL 14. ECB Managing Director Ashley Giles had said, ‘We have yet to manage our schedule. So we want to get our players in the best form for the T20 World Cup and the Ashes. 

Bangladesh Cricket Board said that their players will not be a part of the second half of IPL 14. Bangladesh Cricket Board President Najmul Hasan Papon told BDcrictime, “Shakib Al Hasan has no chance to play the remaining IPL matches as England tour Bangladesh for a series at that time. They will not get NOC.”

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Cummins won’t even play

Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins will also not be available in the second part of IPL-14. Let us tell you Pat Cummins was bought by KKR for Rs 15.5 crore in the 2020 auction. Cummins has not given any reason for not playing in the second half of IPL 2021.

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IPL-CPL date conflict, BCCI is looking for a solution

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IPL-CPL: The Cricket Board of India (BCCI) is in talks with Cricket West Indies (CWI) to organize the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) a week or 10 days in advance. The BCCI has decided to organize the remaining matches of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in September.

The IPL had to be postponed due to the Covid-19 epidemic. The BCCI on Saturday approved the resumption of the remaining matches of the IPL in the UAE in September.

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IPL-CPL date conflict

The CPL is scheduled to begin on August 28 and its finals will be played on September 19. While the remaining matches of the IPL are likely to be played from September 18 to October 10. Making it difficult for players to be part of both leagues.

BCCI sources told PTI, ‘Our cricket is in talks with the West Indies and we are hoping that if the CPL ends a few days ago. It will help the players to move from one bio-bubble to another. With this, players can reach Dubai at the right time and stay there for three days on compulsory segregation.

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If there is no agreement between the BCCI and CWI. Then many top players can stay out of the initial matches of the IPL.

These players include Kieron Pollard, Chris Gayle, Dwayne Bravo, Shimron Hetmeyer, Jason Holder, Nicholas Pooran, Fabian Allen, Chemo Paul, Sunil Narine, besides Trinidad and Tobago coach Brendon McCullum, who also coaches Kolkata Knight Riders.

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‘If you come, push and drop’, wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim ‘s comment viral

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'If you come, push and drop', wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim 's comment viral

Bangladesh defeated Sri Lanka by 103 runs in the second match of the ODI series, thanks to the century of wicketkeeper batsman Mushfiqur Rahim. Mushfiqur Rahim scored his career’s 8th century and led his team to victory under the Duckworth Lewis rule. He scored the highest number of 125 runs.

Host Bangladesh has captured the series by winning the first two ODIs. Mushfiqur Rahim was in the discussion about the controversial comment. From behind the wicket in addition to his performance in the match. Mushfiqur Rahim was heard from behind the wicket saying in Bangla, “If he comes in front of you, then push and drop on the ground.” The video of this comment of Rahim is becoming viral on social media.

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Rahim did this in the 11th over of Sri Lanka’s innings. Bangladesh bowler Mehdi Hasan Miraj was bowling. Danushka Gunatilaka and Pathum Nishanka were at the crease. Gunatilaka played a defensive shot on the 5th ball of the 11th over of the innings. on which Nishanka wanted to take a run. Mirage dived and blocked the ball from behind Nishanka. During this, Rahim said from the back of the wicket, ‘If you come in front of him, then push and drop on the ground.’

Bangladesh’s second victory

Mustafizur Rahman, Mehdi Hasan and Mushfiqur Rahim contributed significantly to Bangladesh’s victory. Rahman and Hasan took 3-3 wickets each, while Rahim scored 125 runs. Because of the performance of all three, Bangladesh defeated Sri Lanka by 103 runs under the Duckworth Louis rule in the second ODI against rain played at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium. Bangladesh’s first win in any format against Sri Lanka in a series.

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IPL 14: date is decided for the second half but there are some challenges

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The second half of IPL 14 will be start form 19-20 September. The remaining 31 matches will be held in UAE and the finale of the 14th season of IPL will be played on October 10, 2021.

The challenge that the board will face here is about international players. During the time period selected for the second half of IPL, the international players will be playing from their own teams be it New Zealand, Afghanistan or England. Even west Indians will be playing CPL at that time.

IPL 14: date is decided for the second half but there are some challenges
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BCCI has selected the dates right after the India team finishes their England tour on 15 September. The Indian team will reach UAE as soon as they are done playing the series and will join the bio-bubble of IPL.

On the other hand, New Zealand players may not be able to join IPL 14 because New Zealand will be playing against Pakistan in a series when the IPL 14 will be happening.

IPL 14: date is decided for the second half but there are some challenges
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The main challenge is caused by Caribbean premiere league which will begin on August 28 and finish on September 19. The problem is that if West Indian players join right after the CPL ends, they will first have to be quarantined in UAE.

England team will have their limited-over series going on with Bangladesh during that timeline and soon after that they will play against Pakistan. In this case, many players such as Butler, Morgan and Ben stokes won’t be playing the IPL 14.

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How Sushil Kumar went surrounded by controversies

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How Sushil Kumar went surrounded by controversies

Sushil Kumar, who has brought laurels to the country in the field of wrestling, has reached behind bars on a charge of murder these days. After a long run, the Delhi Police has finally arrested him. Now he has been sent to custody. Sushil Kumar, who illuminated the name of the country in international forums, how did he get engulfed in these controversies?

Everything was going well in the life of wrestler Sushil Kumar, but on 4 May 2021 everything changed. According to the police, on this day, Sushil Kumar along with some of his colleagues reached a flat in M ​​block area of ​​Model Town and his companions kidnaped a boy named Sagar Dhankhar living in the flat along with his three colleagues.

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Sagar himself was a fan of Sushil Kumar and the national junior champion of wrestling. Sushil Kumar took him along with his colleagues at gunpoint. Sushil and his companions kidnapped Sagar and took him to the Chhatrasal Stadium in the Model Town area of ​​Delhi. These days Sushil Kumar was very angry with Sagar Dhankhar for taking possession of the flat and in this anger he kidnapped his colleagues and beat him so badly that two of his friends, including Sagar, had to be admitted to the hospital. The rest of Sagar’s friends survived, but unfortunately Sagar Dhankhar suffered so many injuries in this beating that he lost his life.

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The matter started from the flat of

Sagar, who was considered a Sushil fan. Till now, the flat in which he lived on rent, belonged to no one else but the wife of Sushil Kumar himself. Sagar left that flat without paying 2 months rent. Sagar did not pay that money for a long time. When he was kidnapped, he was beaten fiercely.

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Zimbabwe team got support of Puma, sought help by putting photo of torn shoes

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Zimbabwe batsman Ryan Burl has drawn attention to the bad condition of the country’s cricket. The 27-year-old cricketer has sent a passionate appeal to bring sponsors to the team by posting a picture of torn shoes on social media.

Left-handed middle-order batsman Burl has played three Tests, 18 One Day Internationals and 25 T20 Internationals for Zimbabwe. He has tweeted a picture of his shoes, glue and some accessories to fix it.

When some cricket boards are earning millions of dollars from sponsorship, Burl tweeted and asked, “Is there a possibility that we will get a sponsor so that we don’t have to stick our shoes after every series.”

Burl’s appeal worked –

Burley’s appeal worked and Puma, one of the top footwear manufacturers, responded to this and promised sponsorship. Reacting to Burley’s tweet, Puma Cricket wrote on the social media platform – The time has come to throw away the glue, we will help you.

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The remaining matches of IPL 14 can be done in UAE.

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The BCCI is thinking all the way to complete the remaining matches of IPL 14. In such a situation, it has been reported that in September, these matches can be played in UAE. On May 29, there is a special general meeting (SGM) of BCCI in which it can be announced.

Let me tell you that 5 Test matches are to be played between India and England. This series starts on August 4. There is a 9-day gap between the second and third Test matches. Which can be done for IPL for a minimum of 4 days. Which gave BCCI a few more days.

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India and England will finish the series on 14 September. Even after this, the BCCI would have a month’s time before the World Cup. In which the players of England and India will go one day in UAE lane. 5 days will be required for the knockout stage.

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Then there are 24 days left, in which 27 matches will have to be done. In such a situation, 8 Saturdays and Sundays came. Which will have 2 matches in a day. In such 8 days, 16 matches will be played. And there are 11 matches left in the remaining 19 days.

The BCCI says that if they do not get the rest of the matches, then they can suffer a loss of 2500 – 3000 crores. Last year also the IPL was held in UAE.

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Yuzvendra Chahal’s family is passing through terrible circumstances

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Yuzvendra Chahal's family

Yuzvendra Chahal’s family is undergoing considerable difficulty at this time. Both parents of Yuzvendra Chahal have been found to be corona active. Let us tell you that his father is being treated in the hospital while his mother is being treated at home. All this information was given by Dhanashree Verma, wife of Yuzvendra Chahal.

Dhanashree’s aunt has died of corona and her brother and mother also had corona.

Dhanshree wrote that the month of April-May has been difficult and challenging. At first my mother and brother were infected with Corona. When both of them had corona, I was in the bio-bubble of IPL and I was not able to help. However, from time to time, I was getting information about their situation. It is very difficult to stay away from family. Good thing that mother and brother have recovered. But I lost my aunt due to corona.

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She said about Yuzvendra Chahal’s family

 Dhanashree further wrote that “Now my father-in-law has been found infected with the coronavirus. My father-in-law (Yuzvendra Chahal’s father) is hospitalized and the mother-in-law is being looked after at home. I was in the hospital and I What I saw was very bad. Now I am taking precautions but … you guys stay at home and take care of your family. “

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‘I appeal to people to help the needy and how to get them out of trouble. Also, if you are at home and safe, then thank God. Say thanks to God every day and be safe and follow the instructions.

Dhanashree has given this information to the people from Instagram. This shows that the second wave of Corona is quite dangerous. Everyone is in the grip of this. So stay at home and take care of your family

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