The Indian Premier League (IPL) is the perfect package of entertainment to entice Cricket Lovers for two months and make them watch the full match to the end. Many people also believe that IPL matches are already scripted and fixed. What about that?
IPL, although one of the most popular tournaments around the world, has always been on the radar of critics because of its popularity. IPL has been repeatedly described by numerous people in different parts of the world as the most corrupt league in the world that has been rigged.
Do you think IPL is FIXED?
Are all matches of the IPL fixed? It has always been the case that fixing has caused the game to be disrupted. Due to these and other reasons, match-fixing is still regarded as one of the most serious crimes in sports, no matter what the circumstance, no matter who does it, they will always be punished.
There have been allegations and rumors that some IPL matches are fixed, but there is no concrete evidence to support these claims. The IPL and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), which oversee the league, have strict rules in place to prevent match-fixing and corruption. They also have a robust system in place to investigate and punish any individuals or teams found to be involved in such activities.
In many ways, fixing is a game that plays on the emotions of cricket fans and makes a mockery out of the game that is cricket. During the biggest T20 league in the world, the Indian Premier League (IPL), there have been a lot of allegations of fixing. Many people find it difficult to comprehend that IPL is what it is today, they think it is a fixed system.
In conclusion, while it is always possible that there may be isolated incidents of corruption in any sports league, there is no evidence to suggest that the IPL is a fixed or scripted competition. It is a real and competitive league, and the teams and players are fighting to win every match.
Why IPL is not banned if it is fixing matches ?
Match-fixing has not been proven in a solid manner. In fact, every sign mentioned above could also be regarded just as a coincidence by anyone, and not connected with fixing in IPL. The Indian Premier League is a billion-dollar business game in India and it is the sixth biggest league in the world. The league generates a large amount of tax revenue for the government.
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