The BCCI has three options for the continuation of the IPL tournament: The indefinite postponement of the mega tournament IPL is expected to inflict heavy losses on the BCCI. And no one thinks about the survival of the players. In fact, there was even a debate as to whether it was necessary to host the IPL tournament at a time when the corona was breaking out terribly in the country.
It was not good for many to conduct the IPL in the midst of such horrific conditions. However, the BCCI ignored it. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has been saying that the IPL-14 season will be held under any circumstances. It’s kind of like a Home Isolation. Over time the travel burden for players is reduced. BCCI has three options to continue IPL.
It is better to stay in one place without turning back and forth during the corona period. Apart from this, it is also thinking about what it would be like to hold matches in the same venue.
It seems to have already made contact with hotels near the stadiums in the city of Mumbai. So far, the first tier matches have been played in Ahmedabad-delhi-Mumbai and Chennai, while the second phase will be held in Bangalore and Kolkata.
The BCCI is more focused on hosting the remaining IPL matches at the three cricket stadiums in Mumbai than on hosting probable matches in these stadiums.
The first priority here is to keep the tournament in full bio bubble! If this does not happen, the second option is to hold it in June. The BCCI is hopeful that the corona intensity will decrease by June. However, there is a problem with hosting the IPL in June.
With billions of rupees involved, the BCCI had no plans to cancel the tournament or postpone it. However, the BCCI has postponed the tournament indefinitely due to a series of corona infections among players participating in the IPL.
The BCCI does not want to lose crores of rupees. Inside talk is that the BCCI is trying to hold the IPL within ten days. The BCCI has also calculated that the quarantine for the franchise for the cricketers affected by the corona will be completed by then.
In this context, the BCCI is looking to move forward on the IPL. The BCCI has three options. The first is that Mumbai will be the venue for the rest of the season. This is because there are three international cricket stadiums in Mumbai. The city of Mumbai has the Wankhede Stadium as well as the Brabourne Stadium and the Bombay Gymkhana. Brabourne, however, once hosted international matches.
Meanwhile, the final of the World Test Championship between India and New Zealand is in Southampton. If the IPL conducts, the Test Championship final will have to be postponed. The match will start on June 18.
The BCCI has decided to postpone the ICC World Test Championship final to July. If these two do not work out, it is also planning to complete the rest of the IPL season in October-November, before the T20 World Cup.
In fact, India is hosting the T20 World Cup. If the corona boom still does not subside, the World Cup must be shifted to the United Arab Emirates. If the same happens, the BCCI hopes to conduct the IPL there as a work in progress.
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