IPL Postponed By Coronavirus? BCCI Said – Schedule Will Not Change

Coronavirus On IPL 2020

The threat of the ever-increasing havoc of the IPL is now visible on the IPL as well. New cases of Coronavirus are coming up in India, in such a situation, there are fears that the schedule of the country’s largest T20 Cricket League IPL may postpone.

The danger of the dreaded Coronavirus spreading rapidly around the world is now increasing in India. There is speculation that the upcoming season of IPL may also postpone due to this dangerous virus. But BCCI has made it clear that its officials are keeping a close watch on the conditions, and this league will organize at its own time. The IPL will begin this year in Mumbai from March 29, where the Mumbai Indians (MI) team will take on Chennai Super Kings (CSK). The final of this league, which lasts for about two months, will be played on May 24.

IPL 2020 May Postponed

BCCI sources said that BCCI is serious about the Coronavirus spreading in the country. References associated with the board said, “There is still time for the IPL to begin. Till now, no decision has taken to postpone the IPL. We are watching the situation seriously, and we will take all precautions.

The media had asked the BCCI whether the IPL 2020 program could postpone given the threat of Coronavirus? The official made it clear that there is no such plan yet. But its officials are keeping a close watch on the situation.

Coronavirus Threats

Meanwhile, Coronavirus infection has also confirmed in 42 people in India. Many sporting events have already canceled around the world due to this dangerous virus. Many events held without the presence of spectators and the Olympic Games in August this year are also under threat. More than 3800 deaths have taken place worldwide due to the infection of this virus. Which has taken the form of an epidemic?

The highest number of deaths (more than 3 thousand) in China has been due to this virus. Apart from this, 366 people have died so far in Italy and 21 in America.