Abu Dhabi T10 league to be held in November, date revealed

Cricket’s shortest and most exciting format, Abu Dhabi T10 league, is to be played in November this year. International cricket superstars, heroes of the ICC World Cup and headline stars in 2019 are set to return to the UAE capital. The Abu Dhabi T10 League is being planned from November 18 to 28.

Abu Dhabi T10 league to be held in November, date revealed
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Abu Dhabi T10 league

The fourth edition of this tournament is to be played in the year 2020. Earlier, the T10 league played last year was highly appreciated.

It was watched by 124,000 fans at the Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium, this tournament of around 10. The last time this tournament was won by Dwayne Bravo’s Keramat Maratha Arabians.

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Waiting for government’s permission At present, the whole world is in a state of lockdown due to coronavirus infection. The dates of the third edition of the tournament to be held in Dubai have been announced but the government has to take a final decision on its event. The tournament is to be held from 18 to 28 November

Three winners in three editions

Launched in the year 2017, there have been three editions of this tournament and each time the new team has won it. In the first season, the Kerala Kings team won the tournament defeating the Punjab Legends.

In 2018, the Northern Warriors won the title by defeating the Fakhtuns. The last time this trophy was captured by Maratha Arabians, they defeated Deccan Gladiators in the final.

As there is no cricket action going around the world, this news of T10 League to be played this year in November can be a relief for every sport lover who is missing this most loved game.

Abu Dhabi T10 league and IPL 2020 can be the two Cricket leagues that can be seen happening this year as there isn’t much possibilities of having any international game.

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