If he government gives a green signal for the IPL to be played in the UAE, one thing that may create a bit of a headache for the BCCI will be the logistics. But monitoring the tournament won't be much of a problem for the board's Anti-Corruption Unit. Ajit Singh, who heads the unit told PTI that in the UAE, monitoring ACU activity will be slightly easier as there are only 3 grounds as compared to 8 venues in India. He added that BCCI will designate 1 Integrity officer per team during the course of the IPL. But Singh isn't sure whether they will be a part of the bio-bubble bubble or not if created, as the Integrity officer is completely BCCI's domain. The IPL is set to start in the UAE from September 19, with Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi to host the 60 games over 51 days.