BCCI going to leave for the T20 World cup on 16-17July

The Board of Control for Cricket in India officials will be visiting Oman and Dubai on July 16 and 17 to inspect the grounds and to discuss important issues regarding the T20 World Cup.

BCCI going to leave for T20 World Cup on 16-17 July as BCCI is the host of the T20 world cup 2021.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India officials will be visiting Oman and Dubai on July 16 and 17 to inspect the grounds and to discuss important issues regarding the T20 World Cup. The International Cricket Council (ICC) has already confirmed that the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 will be staged in the UAE and Oman due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation in India.

After the WTC’s series cricket lovers are really excited about the upcoming ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 tournament which was initially going to be held in India but due to the second wave of Covid-19 in India.

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For matches of T20 World Cup, 2021 BCCI decided on four venues as follow-

1.Dubai international Stadium.

2.The Sheik Zayed Stadium

3.The Sharjah stadium

4.The Omen Cricket Academy

In between 17 October to 14 November

What officials said on T20 world cup

“We are going to Oman tomorrow, we will be visiting the venue and also will discuss the travel plan of teams as Qualifiers are to be held there, the day after tomorrow will be in Dubai to have a meeting with ICC. ECB officials will also be there.

“We do not want to leave any stone unturned due to the Covid-19 pandemic. That’s why everything will be taken care of Bio bubble, training, accommodation is some issues that need to be discussed. We Will also discuss whether media will be allowed or not,” the source added.

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The first round of the tournament, comprising the eight qualifying teams, will now be split between Oman and UAE. Four of these teams will then progress to the Super 12s round where they will join the eight automatic qualifiers.

The upcoming edition will be the first Men’s T20 World Cup played since 2016 when West Indies beat England in the final in India.

The eight teams competing in the preliminary stage are Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Ireland, Netherlands, Scotland, Namibia, Oman, and Papua New Guinea, before the play-off stage and the final on November 14.

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“Our priority is to deliver the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 safely, in full and in its current window,” said acting ICC CEO Geoff Allardice in a release.

“Whilst we are incredibly disappointed not to be hosting the event in India, the decision gives us the certainty we need to stage the event in a country that is a proven international host of multi-team events in a bio-secure environment. We will work closely with the BCCI, the Emirates Cricket Board, and Oman Cricket to ensure fans can enjoy a wonderful celebration of cricket,” he added.


After the astonishing victory of New Zealand on the WTC trophy crushing the overconfident Team India by 8 wickets cricket lovers hoping great from New Zealand and India as well but the question remains, can Team India Overcome their overconfidence with the good leadership of Virat Kohli? Which we have to see in the upcoming ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021.

But in the as it is just matter of time for players to prove their skills for their country by lifting the cup of victory I am damn sure that we will able to witness the thrilling competition.

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