IPL 2022: Maharashtra set to host the IPL with 25 per cent crowd capacity

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The latest developments from IPL have stated that Maharashtra will host the 15th edition of the tournament with a 25 per cent crowd capacity.

BCCI was in talks with the Maharashtra government regarding the capacity in all its 4 stadiums for the IPL.

The talks between Maharashtra minister Aaditya Thackeray and the MCA officials have finalized the crowd capacity for the IPL.

The India-Sri Lanka Test series will see crowds at Bengaluru while Mohali will not entertain any spectators.

In the recently concluded T20I series, Dharamsala saw jam-packed crowds for both the T20Is on February 26th and 27th.

Indian cricket has faced a lot during the last 2 years because of the coronavirus pandemic. The last 2 IPLs shifted fully or partly to the UAE.

The ICC T20 World Cup too saw a shift from India to the UAE.

But now with the COVID-19 cases on the decline, it is good news for the fans and BCCI as cricket has slowly started taking place in India.

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