Bangla Hunt Desk: The Indian Premier League or IPL is going to start from tomorrow after finally putting an end to all speculations. However, due to the corona virus, the 13th edition of the IPL is going to be held in the United Arab Emirates. In the meantime, there has been another frenzy around the IPL around the world. Last year's champions Mumbai Indians and three-time IPL champions Chennai Super Kings are set to face off in the first match of the IPL tomorrow.
IPL matches will be held in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates. But this time, one of the issues in the IPL is the scorching heat in Dubai. It remains to be seen how the IPL franchises will cope in this scorching heat as Dubai is much hotter than India. On the other hand, a number of star cricketers have withdrawn their names from the IPL this time citing personal reasons.
Since the IPL is going to be held in a spectator-free stadium this year, the only way for millions of IPL fans to watch the IPL is on the TV screen. This time everyone has to enjoy IPL sitting at home through TV screen or various online platforms.
Due to the corona virus, the BCCI has made a great arrangement for the fans to enjoy the IPL at home. Let's take a look at how the IPL fans will watch the live IPL this time.
This time, Indian IPL fans will be able to watch live IPL broadcasts as soon as they open Star Sports Channel on the TV screen at home. This time Star Sports will broadcast the IPL in six regional languages. Those languages are: English, Hindi, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada. IPL live broadcasts can also be seen online through Disney Plus Hotstar.