BCCI, Franchises to decide the fate of IPL 2020 on Tuesday: Major sports events across the world have canceled due to Coronavirus. IPL 2020 has already postponed till April 15. The future of this T20 league will decide in a meeting between the BCCI and the franchisees’ representatives through a conference call on Tuesday.
IPL 2020 Future
The ODI series between India and South Africa was canceled midway due to the Coronavirus epidemic. The IPL 2020 scheduled to begin on March 29 but postponed until April 15 due to the Coronavirus. Since then, cricket fans from all over the world were desperate to know what will happen to the IPL this time. There also reports in the middle that the BCCI is considering getting the league in the July-September window.
BCCI sources said that the future of IPL 2020 would decide in a meeting between the representatives of BCCI and all the franchises on Tuesday. BCCI has closed its office, and sessions cannot hold in any hotel. Due to which BCCI has decided to keep this meeting through a conference call.
The BCCI had announced on March 13 to pursue the T20 league due to Coronavirus. After this, there were reports that BCCI is considering organizing it in a smaller format. But later, there were reports that BCCI is looking for a July-September window for it. With the T20 World Cup held in Australia in October, the BCCI wants to organize it before it.
If the IPL 2020 not held, the BCCI will lose crores of rupees. BCCI will incur a loss of around Rs 3500 crore. Besides, its brand value expected to fall by Rs 75 billion.
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