Maharashtra likely to allow 25% capacity crowd for IPL matches

According to a report by Cricbuzz, IPL 2022 which will be hosted by Maharashtra may be allowed 25% attendance as Covid affected numbers are down. Maharashtra Minister Aaditya Thackeray pledged all help for the IPL and agreed to allow 25% of crowds during the tournament.

IPL 2022 will be an exciting edition of the tournament as it will be a 10 team affair and the teams will play the tournament with a new look as they will have new players in the squad this time. The tournament is to be hosted in Maharashtra where Mumbai and Pune will host the matches. Mumbai will host 55 matches while Pune will host 15 matches. According to a report by Cricbuzz, 25% of the crowd will be allowed to attend IPL matches. Maharashtra Minister Aaditya Thackeray pledged all his help in organizing the tournament in the state and agreed to allow 25% crowd.

Just 24 months ago, a three game series against South Africa as they refused to play due to the spread of Corona virus in the country at that time. The recent T20I against Sri Lanka in Dharamsala drew a large crowd. BCCI Treasurer Arun Dhumal has revealed that Indian cricket has come full circle.

“Yes, we have come full circle. He has set a new pattern for Indian cricket. There is no turning back,” Dhumal told Cricbuzz.

β€œIt was in Dharamsala that the threat of Covid on Indian cricket started in 2020. It halted play there. Subsequently, Lucknow and Kolkata matches were also canceled due to the threat of Covid. coronavirus. We are happy that cricket with crowds has been revived from Dharamsala It was great to see the enthusiasm of the crowds for both games. Hope nothing will stop Indian cricket from here,” said the BCCI treasurer.

India are then set to play a two-game Test series against Sri Lanka. The first test in Mohali will be played behind closed doors while the second test in Bangalore will have 50% attendance.

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