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RCB is ready for the IPL whenever it will conduct in upcoming days:- says Mike Hesson.who will win

Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) will be ready whenever the Indian Premier League will be conduct , Director of Cricket at the franchise Mike Hesson admitted he is still hopeful the T20 tournament will happen once the pandemic is over this year.I’m hopeful of Indian Premier League happening, assure that RCB will be ready: Mike Hesson

“We’re still really hopeful that things will evolve and there will be an Indian Premier League this year and if it happens, then I can assure you that RCB will be ready,” an optimistic Hesson said on Star Sports show ‘Cricket Connected’.Hesson, who has formerly coached New Zealand, said that things were rightly put on hold in view of the unprecedented health crisis.Mike Hesson, Royal Challengers Banglore’s director of cricket operations, is still hopeful of the Indian Premier League taking place this year despite the COVID-19 pandemic, and said his franchise will be ready when it happens.The Indian Premier League, which was originally scheduled to be held from March 29 to May 24, was indefinitely postponed by the BCCI due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus in India and subsequent lockdown announced by the government.
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“We were obviously a week away from coming into camp, like everybody else, feeling well advanced in terms of our planning.”Quite rightfully, everything has been put on hold and everybody is going about their work. There are obviously other priorities at the moment that people are focussing on,” added the 45-year-old.

The pandemic has led to either cancellation or postponement of all sporting events, including the Tokyo Olympics.Meanwhile, after the Indian Premier League was postponed indefinitely due to the lockdown, RCB skipper Virat Kohli has been keeping himself busy by chatting with fans and fellow cricketers via social media platforms.The RCB, despite boasting some great players right from the inaugural season in 2008, are yet to win an Indian Premier League title.

“Everybody’s going about their work and there are other priorities at the moment that people are focusing on. We are still really hopeful that things will evolve and there will be an Indian Premier League this year. And if there is, I can assure you that RCB will be ready,” he added.

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