Amid the rising speculations over the destiny of Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020, BCCI sources advised ANI on Wednesday (July 1) that no date has been decided for the IPL review meeting up to now, including that there are points that BCCI is trying into earlier than finalising the date. Sources stated that the IPL review meeting will happen as soon as the BCCI offiicals will work on all the surrounding problems with IPL.
On June 11, BCCI president Saurav Ganguly had stated that the BCCI is engaged on all attainable choices to make sure that IPL is staged in 2020. Ganguly had additionally stated that the BCCI was additionally planning to carry the IPL even in empty stadiums. According to Ganguly, followers, franchisees, gamers, broadcasters, sponsors and all stakeholders are trying ahead to chance of IPL being hosted in 2020.
Talking to ANI, Ganguly had then stated many gamers, each from India and different nations, had proven their willingness to play in IPL 2020. “We are optimistic and the BCCI will shortly decide on the future course of action on this,” he added.
In a letter to all the affiliated members/items of the BCCI, Ganguly stated: “The BCCI is engaged on all attainable choices to make sure that we’re in a position to stage the IPL this 12 months, even when it means taking part in the match in empty stadiums. The followers, franchisees, gamers, broadcasters, sponsors and all different stakeholders are keenly trying ahead to the chance of IPL being hosted this 12 months.”
The IPL 2020 was scheduled to begin from March 29 however was postponed indefinitely as a consequence of the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. Speculations are rife that the cash-rich match may be performed in the October-November window if the ICC decides to postpone the T20 World Cup.