Now once again there is an obstacle regarding IPL 2021, everything rests on the decision of the ICC

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has decided to hold the remaining 31 matches of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 in the UAE in May due to the monsoon and coronavirus virus, but now the board is facing an issue. The BCCI wants the remaining matches of the IPL to be played in the window of September 15 to October 15, but has now come to the forefront of reports that the International Cricket Council (ICC) will not give India more than 10 October. Organize matches. Gives

According to a report in Insidesport, the second phase of the IPL 2021 window is unlikely to extend beyond October 10. The reason for this is that the T20 World Cup is likely to start from October 18, so how can IPL 2021 continue till October 15? In addition, there is a reason why the teams participating in the T20 World Cup are allowed to stay in the IPL until October 15.

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ICC may soon begin preparations for the T20 World Cup in the UAE

Notably, the BCCI has provided insider information to the ICC to begin preparations for the T20 World Cup, keeping track of the country’s corona. At the ICC meeting on June 1, BCCI gave the highest body time until June 28 to decide on the T20 World Cup. The T20 World Cup will be held between October and November. BCCI has already transferred the remaining matches of the IPL 2021 to the UAE.

A senior BCCI official said, “Yes, the BCCI has asked for four weeks to formally make a final decision at the ICC board meeting, but internally they want to retain the hosting rights and they have no objection” The tournament is being hosted in the UAE and Oman.

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