BCCI Ready to Organise IPL 2020 Outside India: Arun Dhumal

The Indian Premier League, which has to take place on March 29th, 2020, had postponed to April 15th, 2020, hoping that coronavirus would get under control. Disappointingly, the COVID-19 had grown into a national alert, so the IPL season 13 had called-off due to the spread of the disease and for the paramount safety of the players. Apart from these, a few discussions were on the board about pushing the dates of the T20i ICC World Cup to next year, which paved the way for IPL to commence this season.

The treasurer of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, Arun Kumar Dhumal, said that BCCI aims to organise the IPL matches in India, but here in India, the number of coronavirus cases is increasing in day to day count. Thus, BCCI would try to commence in home-country, else the IPL season 13 will commence in abroad like previously, for the cricketer’s safety said Arun Dhumal. When asked about the training camps, Dhumal said he would arrange the training camp soon after conversing with the NCA official.

As the domestic flights had given the signal to fly, the player’s travel plans and camp location had to be a secure place for the players to train, so Dhumal said the board is working on it. The interviewers asked about the time taken in bringing the players together Dhumal said he could not confirm now because of the criticality of disease.  

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