T20 World Cup 2020 to be rescheduled to 2022, IPL likely in Oct-Nov if Covid-19 situation in India improves

If the viral flu did not spiral out of control, there is still a chance for the Indian Premier League season 13 matches to commence after the monsoon in October-November 2020, else would get rescheduled if the scenario started with the BCCI. The map of cricket for the year ahead had begun to pave way amid the coronavirus spread in India. So, the discussion among the BCCI chief executives about resuming the bilateral series between South Africa and series with Cricket Australia is in motion confirms a source.

The cons of cricket plan for the years ahead is that initially the ICC T20i World Cup which should have begun is postponed to the next year 2021, due to COVID-19, then again in six months difference, another ICC World Cup 2021 in the calendar is an economical market concern said the Star Sports broadcaster. As a result, instead of cancelling the 2021 World Cup, the series will get pushed to 2022, which is a BCCI’s decision, which might be confirmed on Thursday, 28th May 2020. 

Meanwhile, the Indian cricket team will tour Australia in summer in 2022, and then India will host the ODI series with the international teams in 2023. The BCCI had been monitoring the circumstances regarding the disease, and as per the government regulations, the international players will undergo quarantine for 14 days before the IPL series begins, said the board.  

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