BCCI does not trust ICC, preparations have to start for IPL 2020 '

BCCI does not trust ICC, preparations have to start for IPL 2020 '

BCCI President Dhumal said that BCCI is planning to organize IPL.  BCCI plans to resume cricket from September.

 The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has decided to work on a plan to host this year's IPL regardless of the schedule of the T20 World Cup to be held in Australia in October this year.  The BCCI has been troubled by the delay in the T20 World Cup.  The ICC is yet to take its final decision in the matter.  In such a situation, BCCI is considering the prospects of IPL 2020 later this year.

 The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is now fed up with waiting for the International Cricket Council to decide on the ICC T20 World Cup 2020.  In such a situation, BCCI has decided to start planning for the year ahead.  The BCCI wants to organize the Indian Premier League or IPL like every other time, as the 13th season of IPL has been postponed due to Corona virus.

 BCCI is going to start planning IPL at the earliest.  According to a report, the BCCI is now looking for a possible window for IPL 2020, as the ICC is still avoiding taking a decision on the T20 World Cup.  If the ICC postpone the T20 World Cup to be held in Australia this year, the BCCI could easily hold the 13th season of the IPL in that window, but the ICC has not decided on it yet.


 Indian Cricket Board treasurer Arun Dhumal has confirmed that BCCI is planning to host IPL.  Speaking to the Times of India, Dhumal said, "The year started on a terrible note and there was no relief on either front, but as time passed, we have to take things head on and it  There is a need to ensure that we are prepared for any event. Cricket is no different. It is time for BCCI to plan for the coming year. "

 Giving an example of other sports being reopened slowly around the world, Dhumal said that the BCCI is planning to restart cricket from September. The English Premier League is on and the FA Cup matches are on. Bundisliga has already shown the way. Even the Australian domestic rugby league.  It is about to begin. That is happening right now. What BCCI is talking about is still making plans at a contingency level after September.

 If the conditions are not normal in India, then the BCCI may also consider getting the IPL out of the country.  Countries like UAE and Sri Lanka have offered to host the IPL.  According to the Times of India report, Arun Dhumal has said that the conditions have started deteriorating since the beginning of this year, but now we want to make sure that we are ready to host this tournament.