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BCCI to take a decision after seeking clearances from the government, the Indian board is all set to shift the IPL to the UAE

July 21, 2020

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Durba

The ICC, on Monday, reported the deferment of the T20 World Cup. It has scheduled to happen in Australia this year. The masterpiece occasion has driven additionally. It was a green sign for the BCCI to have the much-anticipated IPL 2020 in the window of the T20 World Cup.

The thirteenth release of the competition was going to begin from March 29 this year. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Indian board was left with no decision yet to delay the money rich group. As indicated by reports, the BCCI is currently on overdrive to organize the T20 party in the UAE. It is beginning from the most recent seven day stretch of September.

Cricket Australia (CA), during the harsh circumstance of COVID-19 fiasco, wasn't too quick to even consider hosting the T20 World Cup at any rate. Be that as it may, BCCI was trusting that the ICC will make an official declaration concerning the deferment of the super occasion. After looking for clearances from the legislature; the Indian board is good to go to move the IPL to the UAE.

The UAE government offered us to host the IPL in their country

The IPL administering board is relied upon to meet inside seven days to talk about. And formalize further strategy concerning arranging the much-anticipated alliance. Fans, just as players, are excitedly trusting that the competition will unfurl as quickly as time permits.

The BCCI Apex Council had facilitated a gathering a week ago. And it has concluded that a camp will sort out for the players at Ahmedabad's Motera arena. The players contracted with the BCCI are required to be a piece of the preparation back. According to reports, if everything works out positively, the IPL will start on September 26 until November 7 or 8. It will host 60 matches during this window. On the part of the cricket fans, this is news while many of them are still in lockdown.

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Durba