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BCCI is not thinking of organised ipl 2020 now-Arun dhumal

  treasurer Arun Dhumal said no definitive plans have been put in place so far and a decision can be arrived at only in the post Coronavirus days. He also said the BCCI is not thinking of staging at this time.

Once we are sure when cricket will start, then only will we be able to make a  call on that,” Dhumal was  saying by the Sydney Morning Herald. “That discussion on five Tests took place before the lockdown. If there is a window available it would be up to the boards to decide whether they wanted to go for a Test match or maybe two ODIs or maybe two T20s.

“Given the revenue loss they will have on account of lockdown, post-lockdown they will want to have revenue and revenue most likely will come from ODIs or T20s much more than a Test match. For any board for that matter, there has been a lot of revenue loss on account of this lockdown and COVID-19. who will win
Dhumal said the BCCI is not in a position to think of IPL 2020 as the world still grapples with the deadly COVID19. “We haven’t planned anything as of now. We can’t think of IPL getting back yet. Players coming in from other countries, whether they’ll be willing to come here and be quarantined for two weeks and play IPL is not known. . There is nothing as of now. Once things get clear, then only will we be able to go back to the drawing board and think about re-starting cricket,” he said.

Dhumal was equally doubtful about the ICC T20 World Cup to be held in Australia in October-November. The situation,. “They will have been out of cricket for a long time. Would you want to be without training for that long and straight away go and play the World Cup? 

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