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3/9/21

The start dates of the Indian Premier League (IPL), which will be announced this year, have been announced. Tickets for T-20 matches will now be sold offline in Ahmedabad.




T-20 tickets will be sold offline in Ahmedabad

Offline tickets for T20 matches will be available from March 9

Tickets are also currently being sold online

T-20 tickets will be sold offline in Ahmedabad. Offline tickets for T20 matches will be available from March 9. Tickets are also currently being sold online. According to the offline quota, spectators will be able to get tickets worth Rs.500. Ticket prices for T20 matches range from Rs 500 to Rs 10,000. From March 12, 5 T20 matches between India and England will be played in Ahmedabad.


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When will IPL 2021 start?

According to ANI, IPL 2021 will start from April 9. The first match will be played in Chennai and the final at the Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium in Ahmedabad. India and England recently played the last two matches of a four-match Test series at the same ground. Apart from this, a five-match T20 series between the two countries will also be played at this ground.

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There has been no official statement from the BCCI

There is no official statement from the BCCI on which cities the IPL will be played in. Spectators were not allowed to watch the match live during the IPL match played in the UAE instead of India last year. But this time it is hoped that the fans will catch a glimpse of the team of their choice in the stadium.


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IPL 2021 to begin on 9th April in Chennai and the final match to take place on May 30th at the Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad pic.twitter.com/qQBdinqVlA


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The controversy over the venue has been going on for some time now

The controversy over the venue has escalated over the past few weeks. The controversy has escalated since reports that the BCCI is considering the names of Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Delhi, Bengaluru, Chennai and Mumbai this time. Recently, Punjab Kings and Rajasthan Royals also expressed their displeasure over it. The BCCI has so far remained silent on the growing controversy on the spot. 

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