England’s Warwickshire, Surrey and Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) county clubs have proposed to the BCCI to host the remaining 31 matches of IPL 2021.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has received proposals from the Cricket Board of England and Sri Lanka countries to organize the 14th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2021) postponed due to Corona virus (COVID-19). However, the BCCI has not yet taken any decision regarding these proposals. Also Read – Will IPL 2021 be played outside India? After England, Sri Lanka Cricket Board put forward a proposal in front of BCCI
According to a report in Reuters on Friday, the BCCI has not discussed any proposal from England County for the time being. Also Read – Chetan Sakariya’s father, who is under the grip of Corona, is undergoing treatment for the earnings of IPL
Warwickshire, Surrey and Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) have proposed to the BCCI to organize the remaining 31 matches of the 14th season of the IPL. Also Read – Ravindra Jadeja said – stay safe in Corona era and help others too, see VIDEO
Recall that in a statement given last month, London Mayor Sadiq Khan expressed his desire to host IPL matches in the UK capital.
BCCI treasurer Arun Singh Dhumal said in a telephone conversation, “We will discuss all our options and see which place will be right to play the match and then take a decision.” There is no discussion on his proposal yet, it will happen very soon. “
He said, “IPL is very big (tournament) and everybody wants to host IPL matches. It has many fans outside India as well. “
During this, Dhumal also confirmed that the BCCI is currently preparing for the upcoming T20 World Cup tournament. “Right now, we plan to complete the T20 World Cup preparations to be held at the end of the year,” he said.
The board has already agreed that it would be virtually impossible to fit the remaining matches of IPL 2021 in India’s already busy annual calendar. In such a situation, the expectation of the 14th season of IPL to be held outside India has increased.