BCCI President Sourav Ganguly and Jai Shah ready to discuss ICL 2021 with ECB as they prepare to head to England for the World Test Championship final

BCCI President Sourav Ganguly and Secretary Jai Shah can travel to England for the final of the World Test Championship between India and New Zealand. Ganguly and Shah can talk to the ECB to get the rest of the IPL to be played in England during this period. The Indian squad for the WTC Finals and England tour was announced on Friday. India defeated England in the home Test series and cut the ticket for the final. Fast bowlers Mohammed Shami and Ravindra Jadeja have returned, while Hardik Pandya has not been included in the team.

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The WTC Finals will be held in Southampton, England from 18 to 22 June. A BCCI source told PTI on Saturday that the board’s president and secretary will attend Southampton for the WTC final. According to the current plan, both Ganguly and Shah will attend the final of the World Test Championships. At this time, the two sides could discuss the possibility of hosting the remaining 31 matches of the Indian Premier League in England with the England and Wales Cricket Board and the ICC’s policy decisions.

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The T20 league was postponed indefinitely after several players and support staff succumbed to the corona virus in the IPL bio-bubble. Middlesex, Surrey, Warwickshire and Lancashire County have expressed interest in tabling the remaining matches of the IPL. In addition, former England captain Kevin Pietersen has also advocated for the IPL in his country. “It will be some time after the Test series played between England and India,” Peterson wrote in Betway’s column. India’s best players are already here and England’s best players are also available.

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