MI vs RR IPL 2022: BCCI made big changes for upcoming matches

By Kaif - April 2, 2022 - Last updated on Apr 02, 2022 07:54 PM MI vs RR IPL 2022: BCCI made big changes for upcoming matches

MI vs RR

Mumbai Indians, the five-time winner of the Indian Premier League, have lost their first match for the last 10 seasons in a row. This time too the team has started with a defeat and now they will have the team of Rajasthan Royals in front of them. Before entering this match, the team got great news in the form of Suryakumar Yadav. Yadav, who is fully fit, is sure to be included in the playing XI.

Also Read: Mumbai Indians vs Rajasthan Royals Dream11 Match Prediction

Indian Premier League

The 15th season of the Indian Premier League has started with a bang. Big scores are being scored every day in the match and it is also being chased in a banging fashion. The matches for the first set of the tournament are over and there is great news for the fans for the second set. It has now been decided to increase the capacity of the spectators in the stadium to watch the match. The tournament, which started with 25 percent spectator capacity, has been increased to 50.

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For the remaining matches of IPL, now the number of spectators is going to increase in the stadium. Book My Show, the official IPL partner for ticket sales for the tournament, has informed us that now 50 percent of the tickets for the match have been allowed to be sold. While sharing this information on Friday, it was told that the capacity of the spectators coming to watch the match in the stadium has been increased.

As informed by the ticketing partner, the tickets for the next set of matches have already started, now as the BCCI has announced to increase the audience capacity from 25 to 50 percent, then we are also increasing the number of ticket sales. Huh. With this, now more and more spectators will be able to enjoy the thrill of IPL by going to the stadium.

This year due to Corona, IPL matches are being organized only in Mumbai and Pune stadiums instead of all over India. Apart from Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Pune, these matches are being held at DY Patil Stadium Navi Mumbai, Brabourne, and Wankhede.

Also Read: IPL 2022: MI vs RR Playing XI, Pitch Report And, Head to Head

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