New Delhi. IPL 2020 has been postponed indefinitely due to the havoc of Coronavirus. In such a situation, everyone is giving their suggestions as to how the IPL can be organized this year. There are also reports that the IPL may be held if the T20 World Cup in October-November is canceled or postponed for further. Sri Lanka and UAE have also called for the IPL to be held in their country. If IPL does not happen this year, then BCCI will incur a loss of 4 thousand crores.
Meanwhile, the news came that Rajasthan Royals had suggested that IPL should be organized this year along with Indian players. But CSK has expressed its disagreement on this idea of Rajasthan. He says that if the IPL is organized with Indian players this year, it will be exactly like the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy.
A source from Chennai Super Kings told PTI-language on the secrecy session, “CSK is not just keen on organizing IPL with Indian players. In this way we will be playing another Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. The franchise has not approached the BCCI after the Kovid-19 epidemic worsened. ”
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“We expect the IPL to be held later this year.” The BCCI is striving to organize the IPL to keep its financial position strong.
The treasurer of the world’s richest cricket board, Arun Dhumal, told PTI-language recently, “If the tournament does not happen, the board will lose Rs 4000 crore.”
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“We hope that the BCCI will take a good decision at the right time,” said a source from CSK. Last month, Rajasthan Royals executive chairman Ranjit Barthakur said that the franchise would be the only Indian player to host IPL with fewer matches. Is in favor.
He told PTI-language, “Earlier we could not think of IPL with Indian players only, but now we have a lot of choice to select players. IPL is better only with Indian players. “
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