Sept 15 (Reuters) – The rest of the 2021 Indian Premier League (IPL) season can have spectators again inside stadiums when it resumes later this week within the United Arab Emirates, organisers mentioned on Wednesday.
The IPL was suspended in Could with 31 matches left to play after a number of gamers and backroom workers examined optimistic for COVID-19 amid a devastating second wave in India.
“Matches will likely be performed at Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi with restricted seating obtainable holding in thoughts the COVID protocols and UAE authorities laws,” organisers mentioned in a statement.
The league, nevertheless, didn’t specify the variety of followers that might be allowed, or if a vaccine certificates can be obligatory for entry.
The match resumes with the Chennai Tremendous Kings enjoying the Mumbai Indians on the Dubai Worldwide Cricket Stadium on Sunday.
Reporting by Anuron Kumar Mitra in Bengaluru
Enhancing by Christian Radnedge
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