Four county teams in England have expressed their desire to host the remaining matches of the ICL 2021, a letter to the ECB

Four major English county cricket teams, Middlesex, Surrey, Warwickshire and Lancashire have expressed their desire to host the remaining matches of the IPL 2021. These four teams have written to the England Cricket Board. The BCCI has decided to postpone the 14th season of the Indian Premier League for an indefinite period after several corona cases emerged.

BCCI president Sourav Ganguly said, “How many crores will be lost if IPL 2021 is canceled?”

Lords, Oval, Edgbaston and Old Trafford have expressed their desire to the ECB, according to an ESPN Cricinfo report. According to the report, “In the second half of September, the tournament is scheduled to be completed in two weeks.” It is believed that BCCI and ECB officials may discuss this at a meeting of ICC chief executives. BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has said that IPL 2021 is being considered in the pre-T20 World Cup window.

With the exception of the UAE, the remaining matches of IPL 2021 can now be played in these two countries

If the IPL is to be completed by 2021, the board has to pay around Rs 2500 crore. Ganguly said there could be a loss. He said, ‘A lot of shuffling needs to be done. The IPL has been postponed for just one day. We need to talk to other cricket boards and see if the IPL has a window before the T20 World Cup. There are a lot of things involved and we are gradually starting to work on them. If we fail to complete the IPL, it will cost around Rs 2500 crore. That means a loss of 40 340 million. It is just .Here. ‘

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