IPL 2020 New Plan: BCCI Can conduct IPL 2020 By 1st Week Of May

IPL 2020 New Plan: Due to Coronavirus, sports activities closed all over the world, including India. The IPL 2020 has postponed till April 15. But the BCCI has not yet taken a final decision on its conduct. The future of IPL 2020 expected to decide in a meeting between BCCI and franchisee representatives via conference call today. Before this meeting, there was good news for the cricket lovers that even if the first match of this league played in the first week of May, the BCCI could organize it.

IPL 2020 New Plan

The BCCI believes that if the conditions worsened by the coronavirus improve by the end of April, then this T20 league can be held from the first week of May. The BCCI may adopt the 2009 format for this. At that time 59 matches done in just 37 days. If the IPL not started by the first week of May, then it will be challenging to organize. IPL 2020 New Plan.

Who Will Get These Hosting?

According to BCCI sources, if the worsened situation due to coronavirus infection improves by the end of April, the IPL may be held in Maharashtra in May. The league can organize in three stadiums in Mumbai and one in Pune. Because of this, the players’ travel time will save. And the players will be able to play the match quickly even after a gap of one day. IPL 2020 New Plan.

Competitions can hold at Wankhede Stadium, Brabourne Stadium, DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai and Maharashtra Cricket Association (MCA) Stadium in Pune.

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