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21/07/2020

IPL 2020 NEWS IPL MAY BE PLAYED IN UAE

IPL 2020 NEWS   IPL MAY BE PLAYED IN UAE


The International Cricket Council (ICC) has postponed the proposed T20 World Cup in Australia in October-November this year, allowing the IPL to run from September to early November. Brijesh Patel, Chairman, IPL Steering Council (GC), said, "The IPL GC will meet within a week or 10 days and take every decision (final schedule)."



'Organize in the country or abroad - no audience'

Brijesh Patel told PTI, "The plan so far is to organize a full IPL with 60 matches. It is more likely that it will be held in the UAE. 'Asked about the main challenges in running the tournament in the current scenario, Patel said,' The difficulty is only in its operation. It doesn't matter if you host it in the country or abroad (there will be no spectators).

Even before the ICC's announcement, IPL franchises had started working on their plans, with most of the Indian players not having access to the field during the epidemic, leaving teams with at least three to four weeks to prepare. Will be required.



Foreign players will arrive in the UAE directly from their home countries

Foreign players will arrive in the UAE directly from their home countries. A team owner told PTI, "Our players will need at least three to four weeks of training. We will finalize all our plans after the dates are announced by the BCCI. It looks like the IPL will be in the UAE and we are ready for it. '

After the IPL, the Indian team will tour Australia, in which the issue of practice of Test players will be important. Test experts like Cheteshwar Pujara and Hanuma Vihari, who are not part of the IPL. These players can practice in a bio-safe environment at the renovated Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad during the IPL.

IPL commentary from home - more likely

Given the success of 'Work from Home' during the epidemic, it is likely that IPL commentary will be from home. It will be a safe and cost-effective option, which will benefit commentators like Sunil Gavaskar, 71.

Ness Wadia, co-owner of Kings XI Punjab, said that the spectators are longing for live cricket and in this case, a record number of people will watch this IPL on television. It remains to be seen, however, how much the broadcaster is able to attract from sponsors in the current financial environment.

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Issues to be resolved in IPL GC meeting -


1- Organizing two more matches in one day

2- BCCI will need to provide a standard operating procedure to IPL teams, even if they have their own SOPs

3- This year the spectators will not be able to go to the stadium which will cause loss to the franchisees, will the BCCI compensate the franchisees.

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