In the case of the growing global epidemic coronavirus in India, a test series between India and England starting next year is also expected to be played in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). BCCI secretary Joy Shah posted a tweet on Saturday announcing the signing of a ‘hosting agreement’ with the Emirates Cricket Board (ECB), the Board of Control for Cricket in India, to strengthen cricket ties between the two countries. .
Referring to the meeting in a tweet, Joy Shah said, “We have signed a memorandum of understanding and hosting agreement with ECB vice-president Khalid Al Jaruni to improve cricket relations between the two countries.”
I have signed a Memorandum of Understanding and a Hosting Agreement between Mr. Khalid Al Jaruni, Vice Chairman, Emirates Cricket Board @ BCCIAnd Emirates Cricket To enhance the creek relationship between our country.
BCCI President, @ Sganguli 99And treasurer, ThakurAruns Was present at the ceremony. pic.twitter.com/snYq2AUELZ
– J Shah (@Jayshah) September 19, 2020
The 13th edition of the IPL is being held in the United Arab Emirates due to the rise in corona cases in India. Under such circumstances, BCCI President Sourav Ganguly and Secretary Jai Shah arrived in the UAE on Saturday to make arrangements for the provision. He also met with ECB Vice President Khalid Al Jaruni and General Secretary Mubashir Usmani. BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal was also present at the meeting. Shah also signed an agreement at this time.
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Joy Shah did not elaborate on the deal, but a senior BCCI official told Cricinfo that it was related to IPL 2020. According to the original FTP, India should have hosted the ODI / T20 series in October this year and England five Tests from January 2021. Meanwhile, Team India will tour Australia from December 2020 to January 2021.
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The limited-overs series was postponed last month and is expected to be played in addition to the Test series. Under such circumstances, the series is likely to move to the UAE from August. The prospect has intensified after a recent meeting between the BCCI and the ECB in the United Arab Emirates. Considering the latest state of corona epidemic in India, IPL 2021 is also expected to be held in UAE.