NEW DELHI: The unplayed matches of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 season are going to start in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in this year’s September-October. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) declared this decision on Saturday.
31 matches are remaining that will be played in IPL 2021. The supposed dates will be held between September 18 and October 10. Restarting this league that was earlier stopped, was taken as a decision through BCCI Special General Meeting (SGM) on Saturday. Their unnamed members agreed to restart IPL 2021.
This league’s resuming decision was declared by BCCI to finish the unplayed matches of the VIVO Indian Premier League 2021 season in the United Arab Emirates (U.A.E) keep the monsoon season in mind in India during the September-October months this year. BCCI announced this news by arranging a press release. It is not at all any surprise that the UAE risen as the concord venue, counting the whole IPL 2020 was played there and everything went smoothly.
India is also going to scheduled to host the ICC T20 World Cup this year’s later and this matter was also discussed at that meeting. BCCI said from the press release, “The BCCI SGM further authorized the Office Bearers to seek an extension of time from the ICC to take an appropriate call on the hosting of ICC T20 World Cup 2021.”
The member of the senior state association stated that there is also a tax rebate which is yet an ongoing procedure. He also added that ICC desires tax waivers however, they have to observe by the guidelines of the government. In India, a World T20 indicates that all the stakeholders happen to gain. However, sitting in May, you will be unable to presume the emergency of health in October. Hence, they require some time.
While the shift of IPL was a foregone conclusion, the bearers of the office intimated the natural body about the problem of players’ availability. The BCCI is enough certain that if there any unavailability case happen of English players because of their series against Pakistan, they will not implore any of the boards about launching their players. The first and foremost thing is to finish the 31 unnamed games of the IPL. They believe others all aspects will be carefully handled, he said.
- Domestic players’ compensation:
State Association’s one member had unofficially surged the problem but he told uncertainly that this is not the exact forum as SGM requirements to happen as per agenda.
In previous January, at the AGM, the compensation thing has been passed already. Yes, they still have not worked out a formula and it is one of the easiest things. Sourav Ganguly has got the approval for compensation. In current dates, if a state provides a contract to 20 players, that is a standard upper limit, there must be five who will move to court and say that this year they were going to be selected? Such things that the Board requires to fix, a heavyweight official of state said it.
- Ganguly, SHah going to Dubai on Monday
Sourav Ganguly, the BCCI president, and secretary Jay Shah will go to join vice president Rajeev Shukla in Dubai for the ICC Board Meeting on 1st June. There will be a discussion will be happening about the T20 World Cup’s fate in India in October.
As per the requirements of one month, they ask for is the most wonderful choice for BCCI is to hold it in Maharastra- one ground in Pune and three grounds in Mumbai. However, the official opined that Pakistan traveling to the Mumbai issue might turn into a political decision where the security will also require to be factored in.