IPL 2021: HCA President Mohammad Azharuddin provides board’s services to make sure ‘protected, safe venues’


HCA President Mohammad Azharuddin took to Twitter to supply the state cricket board’s services to make sure a protected and safe IPL 2021. 

HCA President Mohammad Azharuddin has provided the companies of Hyderabad’s cricket board to make sure a protected and safe 2021 Indian Premier League.

Azharuddin’s message to the BCCI comes a day after it was reported that Indore and Hyderabad might be the standby venues for the 2021 version of the event, following the astronomical rise of COVID-19 instances in Mumbai.

“In these tough instances there’s all of the extra causes for us to face by one another. Hyderabad Cricket Affiliation want to supply its services to @BCCI to make sure that IPL2021 is performed in protected and safe venues,” Azharuddin wrote on his official Twitter account.

On Saturday, Delhi Capitals’ Axar Patel, in addition to 10 members of the groundstaff on the Wankhede Stadium examined constructive for the coronavirus. As well as, six members of the occasion administration staff in Mumbai additionally examined COVID constructive.

Delhi Capitals are based mostly in Mumbai and can participate within the event’s second match in opposition to Chennai Tremendous Kings on April 10.

Late on Saturday, nevertheless, PTI reported that BCCI believes it’s too late to modify the venue for the event.

“”Sure, Hyderabad is without doubt one of the stand-by venues however for all sensible functions, we’re nonetheless not interested by shifting video games from Mumbai. It is going to be tough to create one other bio-bubble at such brief discover,” a senior BCCI official advised PTI on Saturday.

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