IPL 2020 to be organized outside India said BCCI official

New Delhi, July 2: Most of the countries are suffering from months due to the global pandemic Coronavirus, IPL 2020 has also been affected due to Corona’s havoc, but when cricket started in many countries, BCCI also got a boost and is ready to organize the IPL.

The BCCI official said that the official decision of the ICC is being made for the T20 World Cup to be held in Australia in October-November. A final decision will be taken regarding the conduct of the IPL. He informed that the 13th edition of the IPL could be held in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Sri Lanka.

Talking to news agency IANS, a BCCI official said the idea was to bring the IPL to India but the situation that has arisen due to COVID-19 may force the board to take the league to UAE or Sri Lanka.

The BCCI itself has admitted that the event of not having an IPL this year, it could lose up to Rs 4000 crore. Therefore, BCCI is taking all possible steps to organize the IPL. Even if it is in another country.

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