The organizers will try to play the IPL 2020 match anyway. They are thinking of playing IPL matches in different countries.
The COVID-19 epidemic has caused havoc all over the world. The number of coronavirus infections is increasing daily. IPL 2020 13th season has been postponed due to the Coronavirus.
Due to this epidemic, sports competitions that have been held around the world have been canceled or postponed. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has also postponed the 13th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) indefinitely. However, it has not yet decided to cancel it. In such a situation, the possibility of it is still alive.
After the BCCI’s announcement of postponing the IPL indefinitely, the Sri Lanka Cricket Board has proposed to have it in their country. At the same time, Simon Katich, the head coach of Royal Challengers Bangalore has also not ruled out the possibility of it being in Australia or South Africa. Please tell that in these three countries, the number of coronavirus infections is much less than in India.
The number of infected people in Sri Lanka is 238. Seven people have died there since Kovid 19. More than 2600 people have been infected with coronavirus in South Africa so far.
So far 48 people have lost their lives due to this epidemic. At the same time, the number of infected people in Australia has crossed 6500, while 63 people have died in the mouth of the period.
Simon Katich told SEN Radio, “Whether it will be in Australia or elsewhere, it is an interesting subject.” There will be some teams, notably RCB. We would be very happy to have played it overseas, as many of our overseas players are Australian and South African.
They would really enjoy these conditions in Australia. Certainly, it is the largest T20 tournament in the world. People of India love cricket. ‘
After Simon Katich’s statement, it will be interesting to see if the 13th season of IPL will be abroad. Katich said he has no doubt that the organizers of the IPL will make every effort to host the 2020 season of the tournament. Katich was to fly to India a few days after international travel was banned.