IPL 2021 Can’t Happen In India? – Sourav Ganguli Says

While it is as yet hazy whether the IPL 2021 will restart not long from now, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has said that “it can’t occur in India”.

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Since the time the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 has been deferred inconclusively, there have been hypotheses about whether the BCCI will actually want to discover a window to finish the fourteenth release and on the off chance that it resumes, where will it be held. Some media reports have asserted that nations like England and Sri Lanka have offered to have the leftover matches.

While it is as yet muddled whether the competition will restart in the not-so-distant future, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly is clear around one thing that regardless “it can’t occur in India”. Ganguly, in a selective meeting with Sportstar, said that there are heaps of “hierarchical perils” like 14-day isolate which is difficult to deal with.

He additionally said that given how blocked the worldwide schedule is, it would be too soon to anticipate on the off chance that they will actually want to discover an opening to finish the current year’s IPL.

At the point when inquired as to whether the shortened season could be finished in England after the World Test Championship last and the before the beginning of the five-Test arrangement in the UK, Ganguly replied in the negative, saying that the Indian group will venture out to Sri Lanka for a restricted overs arrangement, containing three ODIs and five T20Is in July.

No. India should go to Sri Lanka for three ODIs and five T20Is. There are heaps of authoritative perils like 14-day isolate. It can’t occur in India. This isolate is difficult to deal with. Too soon to say how we can discover a space to finish the IPL.” the previous India captain told Sportstar.

As indicated by reports, a few English area clubs, including Surrey, Warwickshire, and Lancashire, have kept in touch with the England and Wales Cricket Board communicating their ability to have the leftover IPL matches in September.

Arjuna de Silva, head of SLC, has said that they can “surely give a window” to have the IPL in September and their “grounds will be prepared” if the worthwhile association goes to their shores.

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