BCCI gave Hints, said – All the remaining matches of the Indian Premier League will be before T20 World Cup.
The 14th season of the Indian Premier League 2021 has been postponed in view of the increasing infection of the coronavirus.
According to the information, we can tell you that all the remaining matches of the IPL can now be done in the month of September.
It has been beaten indefinitely after the players in the IPL were found to be Corona positive. In fact, this year, T-20 World Cup is to be held in India in the month of October-November.
During that time, players of all the countries will be in the country of India. At the same time, if the BCCI gets a window in the month of September, then it may be possible to organize all the remaining matches of the IPL.
A senior BCCI official said that if the coronavirus situation in India remains under control in the month of September, then this league can be organized successfully.
BCCI official said, why not? If the foreign player is available to play cricket and the corona infection situation remains under control, then it is definitely possible to have this IPL window before the T20 World Cup.
In such a situation, it can be a chance to prepare very well before the World Cup. Let us tell you that the cases of corona have been increasing continuously in the last few days in India.
Right now in India, the corona has become uncontrollable. Meanwhile, there is also news that BCCI President Sourav Ganguly and Chief Secretary Jay Shah can visit the ICC World Championship final in England on 18 June in Southampton.
Meanwhile, after the 14th season of the IPL has been postponed in India, it is now expected that all the remaining matches of the IPL can be held just before the T20 World Cup.
In addition to this, the Middlesex, Surrey, Warwickshire, and Lancashire County teams have shown great interest in holding the remaining matches of the IPL.
Along with this, former England dangerous batsman Kevin Pietersen has also advocated for the IPL in his country.