How Indian Premier League Has Dominated Over English T20 Cricket

Birmingham’s weather conditions are not the best weather condition for playing cricket this weekend. The Meteorological weather service pretty much thinks that there will be heavy rain which could even kill you.

Birmingham was supposed to host the Vitality Blast finals this Saturday but due to the unfortunate coincidence of the heavy rains this weekend there is no chance that the finals will be taking place.

England is not very known for its cricket playing weather conditions. Cricket fans might have noticed last year during the Cricket World Cup 2019 that during matches was called off due to the weather conditions in England.

Four thousand miles away in Abu Dhabi the temp was 38C. A lot of England players will be seen playing the IPL here in the middle- east country. No wonder the IPL tournament is a high-grade T20 league where weather conditions could affect games rarely.

IPL 2020 started with no fans present on the grounds because of the ongoing pandemic situation. But still, the franchise’s so much popularity did not stop cricket lovers from India prevent from watching it through Disney+ Hotstar’s medium.

The opening week saw more than 200 million viewers watching the mighty KL Rahul, Sanju Samson, Mohammed Shami playing in the fields of Abu Dhabi.

England’s T20 league does not take partnerships, strike rates, a bowler’s economy into much consideration as players only aim to win no matter what.

While in IPL a lot of things are happening where the fans also witness the Anushka-Gavaskar controversy, the mighty Kohli’s only 18 runs from three-inning, and other such things.

In other words, we could say that IPL is far ahead than any other T20 leagues in the world. So, do not forget to enjoy the live-action tonight between Mumbai Indians taking on Rajasthan Royals. 

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