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IPL 2024: Will the Second Half Take Place Outside of India? The report makes a major allegation

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The BCCI released the first half IPL schedule last month. It consists of 21 matches.

Organizing the Indian Premier League (IPL) in the United Arab Emirates is an option that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is looking at. A few BCCI executives are in the United Arab Emirates investigating the potential of relocating the second half of the Indian Premier League to the Gulf nation, according to a Times of India story. Since the General Election dates may conflict with the second half of the IPL, a decision may need to be made. Saturday, March 16, is anticipated to see the Election Commission declare the election date. 

“On Saturday at 3:30 p.m., the Indian Election Commission will declare the election timetable. The BCCI will next determine whether or not to relocate to Dubai. A BCCI source was quoted by TOI as saying, “A few senior BCCI officials are currently in Dubai to investigate the possibility of holding the second half of the IPL in Dubai.”

There have been a lot of rumors circulating that certain teams have already requested the players’ passports.

For those who are unaware, the General Elections coincided with the first half of the 2014 Indian Premier League, which was held in the United Arab Emirates.

The BCCI released the first half of the IPL schedule, which consists of 21 matches, last month.

On April 7, the Lucknow Super Giants and Gujarat Titans will play the last match of the tournament’s first half.

In the meantime, the defending champion Chennai Super Kings, led by MS Dhoni, will play their first game in Chennai on March 22 at 8 p.m. IST against a star-studded Royal Challenges Bangalore.

Two double headers are scheduled for the opening weekend: the Punjab Kings will play the Delhi Capitals in the afternoon on Saturday, and the Kolkata Knight Riders will face the Sunrisers Hyderabad in the evening.

The matchup between the local club, the Rajasthan Royals, and the Lucknow Super Giants will take place in Jaipur on Sunday afternoon, March 24. On Sunday night, the five-time winners Mumbai Indians and the local squad Gujarat Titans, the 2022 champions and last season’s finalists, will square off.

The Delhi Capitals will host the Chennai Super Kings on Sunday, March 31, and the Kolkata Knight Riders on Wednesday, April 3, at their new home in Visakhapatnam. The team made this decision to play their first two home games in the port city.

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