IPL 2020 : UAE will host IPL 2020 between Sep to Nov
Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) has begun outfitting to have IPL and the Indian players for preparing camp should the BCCI give a green sign. Numerous reports have recommended that UAE are the leaders to have the thirteenth release of IPL. India has been seeing a record number of COVID-19 cases all the time and BCCI is probably not going to be allowed to have a uber occasion for at any rate next 3-4 months.
Consequently, the board is additionally open to moving the competition outside the nation. Since UAE has facilitated the competition in past, it makes them a solid competitor to organize the association. Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) additionally accompanied an offer however the competition is probably not going to move there. In 2014, UAE had facilitatedSalman Hanif, Dubai Sports City’s Head of Cricket and Events, uncovered that they have begun their arrangements and aren’t booking any matches to keep the wickets new.
“The arena has nine wickets on the top in the event that an enormous number of matches must be obliged inside a littler time period. We won’t plan any matches there to keep the wickets new,” Hanif revealed to Gulf News.”The training offices are never going to be an issue as we have facilitated multi-group occasions previously. In the ICC complex alone, there are 38 wickets – spread over the two Oval grounds, the reenacted turf wickets just as the best in class indoor offices on the off chance that they need to beat the warmth,” he included.
BCCI is relied upon to concoct a word in regards to the eventual fate of IPL and household season after the Apex Council meeting that is booked to happen today (Friday).The board has been conceding a choice in regards to the eventual fate of the T20 class because of ICC, which is yet to report the destiny of T20 World Cup that is planned to happen in Australia in October-November. The zenith board is booked to convey a last word with respect to the occasion in its gathering that happens on July 20. The occasion is affirmed to be delayed or dropped.