ICC T20 World Cup Moved to UAE: A significant news for the cricket fans the nation over as the release of the ICC T20 Cricket World Cup will be moved to UAE. The cricketing fans the country over can not get their number one cricketers in real life from their home grounds. The choice of moving the ICC T20 Cricket World Cup has been taken remembering the Coronavirus circumstance of the country.

“We will illuminate the Global Cricket Chamber today that we are moving T20 World Cup to UAE. Dates will be chosen by the ICC,” Jay Shah, Secretary, Leading group of Control of Cricket for India (BCCI) told ANI.

“T20 World Cup in India to be moved to UAE,” BCCI President Sourav Ganguly told PTI.

Prior, ICC had explained that BCCI would keep the facilitating privileges of the competition regardless of whether the competition is moved out of the country, ANI had revealed. It just so happens, the leftover release of the Indian Head Association (IPL) will likewise be finished in UAE. The IPL is set to start off on September 19, 2021, and the last will be played on October 15, 2021. The IPL will end not long before the T20 World Cup.

“Taking everything into account, today was the cutoff time when we should illuminate the ICC about our choice. In this way, today there was a telephone call among BCCI office conveyors. We met and took a gander at the Coronavirus circumstance,” BCCI VP Rajeev Shukla told ANI.

Shukla further added that no one is quite certain with respect to the Coronavirus circumstance in the country throughout the following a few months, ANI revealed.

Remembering this large number of elements, the choice has been taken to move the T20 World Cup to UAE as it is preferably the best setting after India, Shukla said.
The BCCI VP additionally added, “Dates will be same. Following IPL it will begin. Qualifiers might happen in Oman and rest of the matches will be on three grounds – – Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah.”

The ICC T20 World Cup was initially booked to be held in 2020 in Australia. In any case, because of the Coronavirus pandemic last year, the competition was deferred till 2021 in India.