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Saturday, 12 September 2020

Cheerleaders and fans will appear in the IPL: recorded videos will be shown on the TV screen in the empty stadium; Bhuvneshwar said- This will boost the confidence of all the players



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This time the Indian Premier League (IPL) will be played in the UAE from September 19 to November 10. Due to the coronavirus, the tournament will be played in a bio-safe environment without spectators. However, all the franchises have made perfect arrangements to show the presence of cheerleaders and fans in the empty stadium.

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Indeed, the franchise will put up screens in the empty stadium, along with recorded reactions from fans and recorded videos of cheerleaders. That means TV viewers will now see cheerleaders dancing at fours and sixes. In this regard, Sunrisers Hyderabad fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar said that it will boost the confidence of the players.

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Teams will show fans videos during their batting

The franchise official told the news agency that the stadium would be completely empty due to health and bio-security concerns.
For this reason some teams have decided to record videos of cheerleaders in advance.
This video will be shown when Four, Six or Wicket falls.
While some teams have made short videos of the fans, which will be shown during their team’s batting.
Benefit both fans and players

The official said it would work both ways if the decision was understood.
For example, if their videos are played in a stadium, fans will also feel that they are a part of the game.
At the same time, the players will know that even though the fans are not in the stadium, they are watching them from the outside and supporting them.
This will inspire the players and also maintain the thrill in the game.
"After 5 months of throwing in practice, the shoulder muscles were stretched," said Kohli

Kohli said in a video shared on RCB's Twitter account that he experienced a slight shoulder pain and strain when he threw in practice months later.
However, due to training now the muscles have started working as before and all the players feel better.
Earlier, fans were also shown TV screens in the Danish Super League football league
Earlier, fans were also shown TV screens in the Danish Super League football league
In many football leagues before this, many techniques have been used to show the fans in the stadium. A TV screen was installed in the stadium for the attendance of fans in the Danish Super League. Fans were shown watching the live match on this app. His voice was heard through a speaker in the stadium.

Read in Gujarati news 

Fan cutouts and dummies were placed in the stadium in Taiwan

In the Spanish league La Liga, virtual fans were shown on TV.
The already recorded sound was played when the goal was scored.
During the Chinese League in Taiwan, there were cutouts and fan dummies placed.
The robot has been put in place by the audience. Cheerleaders were protesting in front of them.
All 60 matches will be played in three stadiums

All 60 matches of the IPL will be played in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Sharjah. Confrontations take place at 8 venues in India.
For this reason, it will be very easy to keep an eye on corruption and match-fixing in the IPL.
This was stated recently by Ajit Singh, Chief of BCCI's Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU).
A total of 20,000 corona tests will be held in the tournament

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This time in the IPL, the staff members, including the players, will be tested on every fifth day.
About 20,000 tests will be taken during the tournament. For this, BCCI has approved a budget of Rs 10 crore.
If someone's report is positive, they have to stay in isolation for 7 days. There will be three tests during this period.
He will be admitted to a bio-safe environment only after all three reports are negative.

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