Steve Smith, who is Rajasthan Royals skipper, is not content that this year India is not hosting IPL 2020. The BCCI has been constraining to lead the tournament in the UAE as a tough circumstance in India. The coronavirus cases have been increasing at a high rate.
Not long ago, the ICC made the way for the BCCI to direct the IPL; by delaying the current year's T20 World Cup. The organizers had planned the ICC T20I tournament from October to November slot in Australia. BCCI will currently utilize that window for the thirteenth release of the IPL. The organizers have already started the preparation of the T20 league game of India.
BCCI had recently expressed that facilitating the IPL in India was their key goal. In any case, with the current circumstance not in any manner directly for facilitating the opposition in the nation; the board needed to investigate different choices before finishing UAE as the setting. What's more, much the same as others, Steve Smith has additionally disillusioned over the equivalent.
The cricketers need to adjust in Dubai/UAE conditions
Some part of being an expert cricketer is that cricketers have to adjust and; conditions in Dubai might be similar to India. Several players have played in the UAE in 2014 and have experience. Truly, it's colossally disillusioning that it's not occurring in India yet, it's a choice to get the competition fully operational.
In the interim, IPL director Brijesh Patel has just affirmed; that Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 will be held over each of the three settings in the UAE; Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Sharjah from September 19 to November 8, subject to the endorsement of the Indian government.
IPL's Governing Council will meet on August 2 to give the last shape to the timetable. And different courses of action for the enthusiastically anticipated competition, which has initially booked to hold between March to May.