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New Delhi, 6 May: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is considering organizing the remaining matches of the 14th season of IPL in September. However, no official statement has come from BCCI on this. According to the Cricbuzz report, an official with knowledge of the window has said that the BCCI is looking for the remaining 31 matches of the season at the September window. He said, “The September window is being considered. At that time the series between India and England will also be over and foreign players can be ready for the T20 World Cup.”
Meanwhile, IPL chairman Brijesh Patel has also not done this with this possibility. Patel said, “Now we have to find a window. If we find it, we will use it. However we will have to see if it is possible in September. We need to look at the plans of the ICC and other boards.” . ” The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced on Tuesday to postpone the 2021 season of IPL with immediate effect. This decision has been taken on Monday after more COVID positive cases came out in IPL bio-bubble. This decision was taken in the emergency meeting of IPL Governing Council and BCCI. Also read: 8 players from England playing in IPL 2021 returned home, 3 more in queue
Significantly, Chennai Super Kings team CEO (CEO) Kashi Vishwanathan, bowling coach Laxmipathy Balaji, batting coach Mike Hussey were also found to be Corona positive for the team bus cleaner. Apart from him, on Tuesday, Sunrisers Hyderabad wicketkeeper batsman Riddhiman Saha and Delhi Capitals leg spinner Amit Mishra and Kolkata Knight Riders’ Varun Chakraborty and fast bowler Sandeep Warrier were found to be Corona positive. After the IPL postponement, various franchises are now sending their players home.