If BCCI want Indian Premier League to take the slot they will get their way. The Indian Premier League cannot be allowed to take priority over this year’s T20 World Cup, said Allan Border. There is speculation that the 13th Indian Premier League, which was suspended indefinitely due to the COVID-19 crises, might be conducted in October-November if the T20 World Cup in Australia is postponed. ” The world game should take priority over local competition. So, the World T20, if that can’t go ahead, I don’t think the Indian Premier League can go ahead. I would question that decision – it’s just a money grab, isn’t it, that one?” said Allan border.who will win.
“The World T20 should take precedence, for sure. The home boards should stop their players going to the Indian Premier League if that’s the case.” Australia’s Pat Cummins with a deal of AUD 3.17 million (INR 15.50 crore) is the highest paid non-Indian player in the league. The likes of Glenn Maxwell, David warner all have lucrative contracts with their respective franchises.today match prediction.
Border knows that India will have a bigger say in world cricket since they are contributing the lion’s share in the ICC’s revenue but said if Indian Premier League takes precedence over T20 World Cup, it would be “going down the wrong path.” “That would be just shut the gate, you know, India running the game. They’re pretty close to it now, but I suppose if you’re responsible for 80 per cent of global (cricket) income, you’re going to have a fair say in what goes on, I get that,” he said.who will win.
“They will obviously have to relax the rules over polishing the cricket ball with some sort of substance other than sweat or saliva,” the 64-year-old said. “Whether you’re allowed to scratch it, or put saliva to shine it on one side, or picking the seam ¿ there’s always something going on about the cricket ball, isn’t there?”…the bowlers have got to be able to do something with the cricket ball, not just let the ball go so the batsmen can smash it everywhere. They’ve got to be able to shine the ball to try and extract some swing, that type of thing.”
“But I think the world game can’t allow that to happen. I don’t think you can have India superseding what the international game has in place. That would be going down the wrong path.” The ICC’s Cricket Committee has recommended a ban on the usage of saliva on the ball due to the risk of COVID-19 spread. Border said the authorities will have to allow the use of an artificial substance to shine the ball.
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