BCCI Will Not Host The Remaining Matches of IPL 2021 in India
Finding empty slots to finish the rest of the IPL matches has become a difficult challenge for the BCCI. Sourav Ganguly has said that it will not be possible to host the remaining matches of IPL 2021 even after the final of the Test Championship after the quarantine and before the start of India vs England Test series. President Sourav also made it clear that it is no longer possible to host the IPL 2021 remaining matches in India this year.
Due to the effect of Corona, the 2021 IPL event has been postponed midway. The Indian Premier League (IPL) has been suspended due to a number of players and support staff in the bio-safety zone being infected with the coronavirus. However, the remaining 31 matches will be in India or abroad, everyone had a question? Finally, Sourav Ganguly made it clear that the IPL is not possible in the country this year. Between the Test Championship final and the England series, it is not possible to host the IPL in England.
In an interview with Sportstar, BCCI President Sourav Ganguly said,
‘In the current situation, it is not possible to host this league (IPL 2021) in India. It is very difficult to say at this moment when I will get the opportunity to organize the rest of the IPL.
‘The Indian cricket team has a very busy schedule in 2021. However, it will be too soon to comment on when the IPL tournament will be held. Although the Corona situation in India has improved towards the end of this year, there is no chance of an IPL for now. The IPL governing body does not want to take any more risks after experiencing corona infection even after keeping cricketers in bio-bubble.