The BCCI Treasurer Arun Dhumal has confirmed that the IPL is still not possible as there are travel restrictions.The Indian government might have relaxed a few restrictions in the new phase of lockdown, including reopening of sports stadiums and complexes, but at the moment, the BCCI is unsure of the possibility of staging the Indian Premier League (IPL).”The IPL at the moment is not possible because travel restrictions are still there.So, how can you have the IPL without any travel happening? We are studying these guidelines and will study state governments’ guidelines also. Accordingly, we will plan,” Dhumal said.who will win.
The Ministry of Home Affairs‘ latest guideline stats that the sports stadiums in the country will be allowed to open but spectators will not be allowed inside.In another report , Dhumal had said that the board will work with various state organisations to formulate a plan for skill-based training at a local level. “The BCCI will study guidelines at the state level and will work in sync with State Cricket Associations to chalk out a programme for skill-based training at a local level,” Dhumal said.Today match prediction.
“The BCCI Office-Bearers will continue their interactions with the team management and draw up a suitable plan for the entire team once the situation further improves.”On the other hand, Dhumal understands that the T20I World Cup is an ICC event and the governing body will do its best to organize the tournament as it is scheduled from October 18 to November 18. However, there will be a lot of hurdles for the ICC such as the traveling of 15 teams to Australia and the boards will prefer bilateral series to make up for the monetary losses.
‘The T20 World Cup is an ICC event. It will generate revenue for the global body, and the ICC will do its level best to organize the tournament as per schedule,’ he said.