New Delhi. The 14th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) is starting on 9 April (Friday). However, cases of rising Kovid-19 among players, franchise staff, broadcasters and many others associated with the tournament are giving BCCI a big headache. Till the end of the tournament, IPL teams, support staff and many other shareholders will remain in the bio-bubble. This time there will be no spectators on the field, but even before the match, the corona virus is proving to be a tough opponent.

New Delhi. The 14th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) is starting on 9 April (Friday). However, cases of rising Kovid-19 among players, franchise staff, broadcasters and many others associated with the tournament are giving BCCI a big headache. Till the end of the tournament, IPL teams, support staff and many other shareholders will remain in the bio-bubble. This time there will be no spectators on the field, but even before the match, the corona virus is proving to be a tough opponent.

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