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Indore to host 'Expos Live TV', an A-Grade cricket tournament, from March 24

Dear Indore, get ready to indulge in the festive galore of a mega cricket - limited over - gala!

The Indore Divisional Cricket Association has set the premise to inaugurate one of the most thrilling and exciting cricket leagues of all times here. Indore will be hosting the 'Expos Live TV', an A-Grade League cum Knockout Trophy -2021 from March 24, which will be kicking in a heavy dose of adrenaline and cheer among all cricket-buffs here. The league returns to the city, backed by the Shriram Sports Groups so get to indulge in the festive galore of this mega cricket-limited over-gala!

14 teams will participate at the 'Expos Live TV' in Indore

A tournament cricket league, Expos Live TV in Indore will have 14 A-grade teams fighting for the title honour in a league cum knockout format. Participating teams will be divided into 4 groups that will first play league matches and the top 4 teams will qualify into the semi-finals. From here on, the format will advance to the 'do or die' knockout format and only two teams will make it to the finals.

As per the tournament schedule, the league opener will be played on March 24, 2021, at the GACC Ground. The launch will be conducted in the presence of several notable personalities including an MLA, IDCA Secretary, former Secretary and Ranji Trophy Selector, IDA former director and Editor-in-Chief of Expos Live TV League.

League matches will extend until April 3, followed by knock-out semifinals on April 6. The last and final match will hit the crease on April 8, promising a night of unmatched buzz and thrill. All matches will be played at different grounds in Indore itself, bringing an opportunity to the locals to witness the matches live from the stadiums.

All matches will be played as per the IDCA rules as 50-50 limited over games with a red leather ball, informed an official at the IDCA. Participating teams will have to come on the same day as the match is scheduled. The date and venue of these games will not be altered or changed, he further notified.

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