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IPL 2021: Crisis clouded over IPL, Corona explosion in Wankhede Stadium, so infected

New Delhi Amid the pace of Corona virus infection, the 14th season of IPL is going to start from April 9, with players from all the teams are preparing for it. A big news has come out before the IPL starts, which will also shock the BCCI. Eight workers of the Wankhede field in Mumbai have been found corona corona positive, which has caused a stir. The last match is also to be played on May 30 at the Wankhede ground.

According to a media report, there are 19 employees working in the stadium, whose Mumbai Cricket Association got the Corona Test done last week, out of which the report of three people came positive on 26th March. The next round of testing reports came on 1 April, in which five more employees were found infected.

At the same time, most of the employees do not stay in the stadium, they reach the stadium via local train, bus every day. Now the MCA is set to provide staff accommodation till the tournament ends. Arrangements can be made at the Sharad Pawar Academy in Bandra Kurla Complex and Sachin Tendulkar Gymkhana in Kandivali. Keeping in mind the pace of Corona in Maharashtra, the BCCI may also consider shifting the venue from Mumbai to elsewhere.

Know how many matches will be here

As per the IPL guidelines, the initial matches were to be played in a closed stadium without spectators, the latter would be decided on the entry of the fans keeping in mind the condition of Corona, but the possibility of keeping in view the growing matters in the country It is rarely seen. The first match at Wankhede will be played between Delhi Capitals and Chennai Super Kings on 9 April. There are 10 matches to be held between April 10 and April 25.

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