Bard Secretary Jay Shah replied that the BCCI had been accused of preferring the IPL

Jay Shah, secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), has accused the Glamor and Stunning Indian Premier League (IPL) of preferring national tournaments like the Ranji Trophy to be unfair and unnecessary, saying the league has 60 matches. There is a difference between the ground and the sky in organizing more than 2000 events of the event and home matches. The Ranji Trophy was not held last year due to operational difficulties in creating a safe environment for thousands of players and support staff during the COVID-19 epidemic. The BCCI, on the other hand, faced considerable criticism for not paying attention to the IPL because of the lack of organizing tournaments.

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According to ‘Gulf News’, Shah, who went to Dubai and Muscat to prepare for the T20 World Cup and the Indian Premier League, said:’ I think the criticism is unnecessary and unfair. We have hosted the Syed Mushtaq Ali Tournament, the Vijay Hazare Tournament and the Senior Women’s ODI Tournament with all the precaution, in 2020 amid the epidemic. Shah said the number of matches and logistics required in both matches (IPL and domestic season) cannot be compared.

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He said, “Comparing IPL with any other Indian domestic tournaments is not an accurate assessment. IPL is a franchise based tournament and it is a platform for the best cricketers, coaches and support staff in the world to showcase their skills. Shah said, “There are over 2000 matches in Indian domestic, but 60 matches are played in the IPL. The cricket system in India is so large and diverse that it is not easy to organize a whole season when many states are battling the Kovid-19 epidemic.

The IPL lasts seven weeks, but it takes six months for the entire domestic 38-man team to finish with 38 teams, with men’s, women’s and age-group cricket. The non-organizers of under-19 and under-16 tournaments asserted, “You have to take into account travel and the whole domestic forum. In such cases they risk their lives. That should never happen. In such an environment, it is not right to organize age-old tournaments and jeopardize the career of young cricketers.” We have announced a full season of 2127 home matches for men and women, ”he said.

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