The BCCI signed a MoU with the Emirates Cricket Board to spice up cricketing ties between India and the UAE.© Twitter
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and the Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and internet hosting settlement to spice up cricketing ties between the 2 nations. Taking to Twitter, BCCI Secretary Jay Shah wrote, “I along with Vice Chairman of Emirates Cricket Board, Khalid Al Zarooni signed an MoU & Hosting agreement between @BCCI and @EmiratesCricket to boost the cricketing ties between our countries. BCCI President, @SGanguly99 & Treasurer, @ThakurArunSwere present on the occasion.”
I together with Vice Chairman of Emirates Cricket Board, Mr Khalid Al Zarooni signed an MoU & Hosting settlement between @BCCI and @EmiratesCricket to spice up the cricketing ties between our nations.
— Jay Shah (@JayShah) September 19, 2020
Shah was joined by BCCI President Sourav Ganguly and treasurer Arun Dhumal.
Dubai will play host to 24 video games, 20 matches shall be hosted by Abu Dhabi whereas Sharjah will maintain 12 video games. The dates and venues for the playoff levels shall be launched later.
For the primary time within the historical past of the event, the finals shall be performed on a weekday i.e., Tuesday. Both the afternoon and night matches shall be performed half an hour sooner than standard this time round.
There shall be a complete of 10 doubleheaders on this version of the event. The night matches shall be performed at 7:30 pm IST whereas the afternoon matches are as a consequence of begin at 3:30 pm IST.
Defending champions Mumbai Indians will tackle Chennai Super Kings at Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi within the event opener on Saturday.
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