One remarkable perception from the underlying group of Indian Head Association IPL 2024 matches, for which the timetable was revealed by the Leading body of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Thursday, is that the Delhi Capitals play their initial two home games in Visakhapatnam. Considering that Delhi’s Arun Jaitley Stadium is a typical IPL venue, this unexpected move has caught the attention of IPL fans.

The BCCI selected against planning matches in Delhi because of worries over possible mileage on the ground, credited to its facilitating of the Ladies’ Head Association (WPL) apparatuses. The last part of the WPL, including the Eliminator and the last, are set to occur at the Arun Jaitley Arena. Both the BCCI and the establishment communicated vulnerability with respect to the state of the ground following 11 matches consecutive at the ground.

From March 5 to March 17, the WPL contests are scheduled to take place in Delhi. The WPL, it just so happens, starts off on Friday (February 23) at the Chinnaswamy Arena in Bengaluru.

“We felt it important to permit the ground some relief following the WPL matches,” conveyed a BCCI official acquainted with the dynamic cycle. Delhi Capitals will accordingly challenge their leftover five association games at their assigned home ground.

The choice to play in Visakhapatnam was an establishment call and it was affirmed by the BCCI. ” Having decided to play their initial two home matches in Visakhapatnam, the Delhi Capitals will initially have the Chennai Super Rulers on Sunday, 31st Walk in the port city and will then, at that point, face the Kolkata Knight Riders at a similar setting on Wednesday, third April,” the BCCI said delivering the timetable.

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