Caribbean Premier League (CPL 2021) Preponed After Discussions With The BCCI; To Be Played From Aug 26-Sept 15

CPL 2021 To Be Played In St Kitts And Nevis With All 33 Matches Taking Place At Warner Park: Cricket West Indies Prior, President of Cricket West Indies, Ricky Skerritt, had affirmed that CWI, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), and the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) were occupied with talks for a changed CPL timetable to oblige the second period of the Indian Premier League (IPL). Subsequently after an extensive conversation, it has been concluded that the CPL will currently begin on August 26 and will close on September 15. The competition which was initially booked to start on August 28, will presently be played in St Kitts and Nevis between August 26 and September 15. "The current year's competition will be played in St Kitts and Nevis with each of the 33 matches occurring at Warner Park. Both IPL and CPL are critical to CWI, to our cricketers, and to fans. CWI's job was to work with courses of action for a non-covering and smooth change starting with one competition then onto the next. Cricket executives should team up if cricket is to endure the dangers and expenses of Covid-19" Each of the 33 matches at Warner Park will be played in just shy of three weeks and will see half participation just for immunized observers. Besides, reigning champs Trinbago Knight Riders to confront Guyana Amazon Warriors in CPL 2021 opener.