BCCI’s five tentative dates for IPL 2020.


The Board of Control for Cricket in India saw the need to reschedule the most notable competition IPL. Initially, the group was set to start on March 29th. The board reached the resolution that with the rising worries over the Coronavirus it was well-suited to delay the IPL Tournament to mid-April. 

The Board and IPL Chairman Brijesh Patel additionally met with the delegates of all the eight franchises in Mumbai on Saturday, 14th March. The conversations were made on the present circumstance that is prevailing in the country. The franchises have been given five potential dates, them being April 15, April 21, April 25, May 1 and May 5. 

The IPL is an exceptional alliance where the quantity of games is enormous and requires a considerable amount of time to be played regardless of whether there exist doubleheaders. The overseeing body clarified that with IPL being a long competition that needs to take place on April 25th, the past which obliging all games would be an issue. 

Be that as it may, there is one approach to decrease the number of matches played. In the IPL, groups play each other twice. One at home and one away. The idea of reducing the whole tournament can take place by decreasing them playing each other once, at that point the length of the entire competition can be diminished. 

Another alternative is, maintaining a strategic distance from the home-away idea and playing each other just a single time. Another is to have two groups for the tournament says one of the tournaments to The New Indian Express. 

It is hard for the BCCI and IPL body to consider all perspectives and reschedule the entire IPL League at any point in the near future. The establishments have likewise clarified that it would be exceptionally hard to continue without the nearness of overseas players. Thinking about the Visa limitations and the proposed dates, the entire competition is being hanged up.

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