Azharuddin offers to BCCI, ‘Hyderabad to host if COVID-19 cases go up’


new Delhi: Mohammad Azharuddin (former Mohammad Azharuddin), former captain of Team India and president of the Hyderabad Cricket Association (HCA), offered that if the matches were to be removed from Mumbai due to the growing cases of Kovid-19, the BCCI could use their state facilities Can.

2 cities in Stand By

The BCCI has asked Indore and Hyderabad (Hyderabad) to be ready as a ‘standby’ for the IPL starting April 9, following the rapid increase in cases of Kovid-19 in Mumbai. Mumbai has to host 10 matches, the matches will be held here from 10 to 25 April.

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Corona increased tension in Wankhede

Before the IPL 2021, 10 ground staff of the Wankhede Stadium were found positive in the COVID-19 test. In such a situation, the question arises whether BCCI will continue to organize matches in Mumbai (Mumbai) or is it possible to change it.

Azharuddin offers

Mohammad Azharuddin wrote on his Twitter, ‘These difficult times are another reason for everyone to stay united. Hyderabad Cricket Association would like to give its facilities to the BCCI to ensure that IPL 2021 (IPL 2021) is organized on a secure venue.

The match in Mumbai on 10 April

The IPL 2021 match will be played on April 10 at the Wankhede Stadium. This match will be between MS Dhoni’s team Chennai Super Kings and Chennai Capitals of Rishabh Pant.

Corona cases increased in Mumbai

In Mumbai (Mumbai), 9,108 cases of coronavirus infection have been reported on Saturday and if there are uncontrollable conditions, then partial lockdown may occur. Apart from Mumbai, the risk of this epidemic has increased in the entire state of Maharashtra.

‘Expected to host in Mumbai’

A senior BCCI official told PTI on Saturday, ‘See, if there is a lockdown then the teams are in the bio bubble and the spectators are not allowed to come to the stadium anyway. That is why we still hope to organize IPL matches in Mumbai (Mumbai) according to the predetermined schedule.

What happens if I lockdown?

The BCCI official said, “But if the situation goes out of control, then Hyderabad (Hyderabad) and Indore (Indore) are kept stand-by.” But if there is a lockdown, then the organization of the matches will become even easier because the audience will be controlled outside the venue and elsewhere.


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