MUMBAI: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is all set to host two more domestic tournaments after successfully hosting the Syed Mushtaq Alli Trophy as the first cricket tournament since March 2020 due to the Kovidh epidemic. The Victory Thousand Trophy and Women’s Day Competition will be held in February-March. The BCCI has also decided to hold the fourteenth edition of the IPL (Indian Premier League) this time in India as the three tournaments are set to be made possible in the country. The BCCI has said that this time around, the last edition will be held in the UAE, but this time the IPL will be held in the country. The IPL4 will be held next April. Due to the corona situation, we had to leave the UAE as an alternative. The UAE was also expected to play in the 2021 IPL if given the opportunity. However, the current situation in the UAE is worse than in the United States. So this time the IPL will be held in India, not in the UAE. In particular, the competition will start in the second week of April (between 11 and 14) and end in the first week of June (9). India’s home series against England will end on March 28. Then there are the ICC rules that other competitions can be played at intervals of two weeks. In this regard, the BCCI has said that there has been no problem with organizing the IPL since April 11. This time for the IPL, Mumbai’s Wankhede, Brabourne Stadium, DY Patil Stadium, Reliance Cricket Stadium (New Mumbai) and Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium near Pune will be able to go to the IPL. The BCCI has said that the newly constructed Sardar Patel Stadium in Motera, Ahmedabad, will also be considered as one of the venues.