Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) President Sourav Ganguly has shown that the Indian Premier League (IPL) should hold soon. He said on Thursday that all possible options for the IPL discussed. The tournament can also be carried without spectators.
The BCCI has already been delay indefinitely due to the IPL coronavirus to be carry from March 29 this year. This year’s T20 World Cup in Australia may also delay. In such a situation, IPL could hold in October-November.
Every Option Discussed – Sourav Ganguly
Sourav Ganguly said, “This year, BCCI is working on all the possible options for conducting IPL. Whether the tournament has to held without an audience, a decision will take soon.” Recently, Ganguly said that the board would lose about Rs 4,000 crore due to the cancellation of the IPL.
Many Players Want To Play IPL
BCCI president said, “Recently, many Indian and foreign players have expressed their desire to play in IPL. Fans, franchises, players, broadcasters, sponsors, and all the collaborator expect the IPL to occur this year. The BCCI will decide soon on the future of IPL.
In a letter written to all concerned institutions, Sourav Ganguly preparing the BCCI guidelines said, “The BCCI is working on making the COVID-19 Standard Operation Procedure (SOP) for all state cricket associations. Through this guideline, all associations will be able to start cricket in their respective areas. He said that BCCI’s effort is to begin domestic cricket and training in the next two months.
The tournament should be held with a fixed schedule: KKR, while two-time winners in the IPL, Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) CEO Vanki Mysore, said that the tournament should be with the full schedule whenever it is. All franchisees believe the same. Foreign players should also approve as usual. Van noted that the combination of international players with Indian players makes IPL unique.
BCCI Awaits a Decision on T20 World Cup
ICC held a virtual meeting on Wednesday about the future of the T20 World Cup. In this, the decision regarding the World Cup deferred for a month. The tournament is to be held in Australia from October 18 to November 15 this year. If sources are to believed, the BCCI is waiting for the ICC’s decision regarding the World Cup.
Divided BCCI over IPL offers abroad 3-2, according to BCCI sources, the Board IPL is divided into 3-2 range provides abroad. The majority is about to make this League in India. Some of them say that the League should be taken out of India, if the situation requires it, given the demand. This option should last.
Outside IPL India Twice The IPL has been pulled out of India due to the Lok Sabha elections twice. In 2009, the IPL organized by South Africa. The tournament then ran for five weeks and two days. In 2014, the tournament matches played in India and UAE.
Now the IPL timetable can be 37 days, this time, the IPL was to be 44 days instead of 50 days. All eight group have to play 14–14 game in 9 cities. Apart from these, there were two semi-finals, one knockout and a final in Wankhede on May 24, but the BCCI can now shorten the format to 37 days as in 2009.