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Remaining matches of Legends League Cricket to be played behind closed doors

By Daniel S

January 24, 2022

In a major development, the remaining games of the Legends League Cricket will be played behind closed doors. Fans were allowed in the stadium for the first few games of the tournament but the organisers have decided to barre the fans in coming games due to the COVID threat. The country is seeing a steady rise in the number of Covid-19 cases and the decision was taken for the betterment of fans and cricketers.

“Due to the sudden spike in COVID-19 cases and government regulation, we have decided to put a hold on the ticket sales and the matches will be held without the spectators with immediate effect. Any inconvenience caused is deeply regretted,” read a tweet from the official Twitter handle of the Legends League Cricket.

Fans who have purchased the tickets will get a full refund within 7-10 working days. “A refund for all tickets purchased will be made. All the ticket holders would be sent information on their refund through their respective ticketing platforms. The amount will be initiated within 7-10 working days, the tweet further read.

The Legends League Cricket has been a blockbuster so far. Four games have been played, and all matches have been nailbiters. All the three participating teams have won a game each and lost one. The next game will see India Maharajas take on Asia Lions.