Very good news has come for the fans of cricket in IPL 2022. In this year’s IPL, matches have been approved with 25 percent spectators in the stadiums set by the BCCI. This has been done by Mumbai Cricket Association and Maharashtra Cricket Association.
On February 27, Aaditya Thackeray has taken the decision after holding talks with the MCA officials. Along with this, fans will also get entry in the Test series against Sri Lanka. It is worth noting that all league matches of IPL 2022 will be played at Wankhede Stadium, DY Patil Stadium, Brabourne Stadium and MCA Cricket Stadium. For these matches, Mumbai Cricket Association and Maharashtra Cricket Association will play the match with 25 percent audience. Aaditya Thackeray, a minister in the Maharashtra government, held talks with the officials of the Mumbai Cricket Association regarding this. Aaditya Thackeray also said that the Maharashtra government is ready for all help regarding these matches.
After a long wait, Now once again IPL will be played in India with the live audience
Due to the corona virus epidemic, the match is being played with no spectators for the last two years. The last 2 seasons were done in Dubai. Now once again IPL will be played in India. The spectators will once again be able to enjoy the match from inside the stadium. The Punjab Cricket Association did not allow spectators for the first Test match against Sri Lanka. But the Bengaluru Cricket Association has allowed 50 percent spectators for the second test match.