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By Vinershea | Jul 29, 2020 04:40 PM

The much talked about and much-awaited Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 is all set to be hosted from September 19 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). 

BCCI shares complete plan for IPL 2020 in UAE details here 

After months of wait, the date and venue had been finally revealed which was supposed to begin from March 29. Due to COVID-19 pandemic, the tournament got postponed and fans had to wait for a final date announcement.

Days after BCCI postponed the T20 World Cup, IPL 13 got a new window and also got shifted to United Arab Emirates (UAE), due to the significant rise of the coronavirus cases in India. 

As per Times of India (ToI) report, all the matches will be hosted at three venues, which are Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi. On Saturday, August 1, 2020, the IPL’s Governing Council will meet via teleconference and discuss on other factors. 

“Once we share what we do with the franchises, we know there will be questions. We need to be thoroughly prepared,” Brijesh Patel, IPL Governing Council Chairman, told Times Of India.

Following the meeting, the primary stakeholders, including IPL franchise owners, broadcasters and central sponsors, will also scheduled a meeting on August 02 and August 03 over the same. Meanwhile, few plans were shared by BCCI about UAE with TOI; take a look at it below:

- Bio-Secure Environment: The IPL teams are supposed to create their bio-secure bubble, beyond which the players and support staff will not be allowed to interact. A similar bubble will also be created for the IPL match officials. Nobody will be allowed to interact with individuals outside their bubble except through pre-appointed coordinators.

- Revenue Pools: There will be no change in the revenue-sharing concept between the BCCI and the IPL teams.

- Gate Money: The franchises won’t get any compensation from the BCCI for the loss of Gate Money (ticket revenue).

- Travel and Accommodation: All the IPL teams will have to arrange the travel and accommodation-related arrangement in UAE. However, the apex body will coordinate with UAE authorities to ensure “discounted hotel rates” for the franchises.

- Medical Assistance: All the IPL teams will have to arrange their own medical team. BCCI, will also have a central medical team as well. Once players and support staff land in UAE, franchisees would be responsible for testing. And they have to remain in contact with the BCCI’s central medical team throughout the competition.

- Player replacement and loaning: The franchises will be free to travel with extra players as there will be no change in the existing player policy.

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