The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has decided to hold the remaining 31 matches of the IPL in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in September-October, but will face many challenges in organizing it. The BCCI and franchise teams want to complete the IPL, but other boards feel the same. Do they allow their players to participate in a league when the World Cup is standing in front of them and some bilateral series (including six countries) are underway?
The first dilemma on the way to the IPL is India’s five-match Test series in England, which begins on August 4 and ends on September 14. In such a situation, BCCI cannot start IPL in early September. At the same time, England players will not be available in the IPL, as England will have to leave Bangladesh for a week after the Test series against India and then play limited-overs series against Pakistan at home, which runs until mid-October. The lack of England players is a cause for concern for many franchises.
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In addition, the other major challenge is the Caribbean Premier League (CPL), which announced the draft players on Friday and reiterated that the 2021 edition will take place from August 28 to September 19. Many top Caribbean players and many other foreign players and coaching staff are involved in the CPL. In view of this, the BCCI has begun talks with the CPL and has demanded that their schedules be changed so that players can quickly move from the CPL’s location to St Kitts to the UAE’s biofuel, although the BCCI does not work. The availability of foreign players is a big concern for BCCI bosses and they need to convince other cricket boards to release their players for the IPL.
Crickbuzz tried to contact the boards of Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and the West Indies, but only one responded. The West Indies Board said, “When will the first match of the BCCI take place and we want our CPL players, staff and commentators to know what their protocol is after landing in the UAE, because they will be in place? CPL, St Kitts.” Since we have to host a tri-series with Afghanistan and Australia we want to know what the final date will be. But West Indies players (nine players who played in the first phase) are believed to be released.
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There is also the question of cost, which can be two or three. Bringing in and dropping foreign players doubles. Foreign players have come and gone before. Getting them back into business and then dropping them back will double the cost. In addition, special flights bring the cost of charter flights to Indians, CPLs and others joining the bilateral series to ensure the bio-bubble is transferred to BioBubble. If the cost of travel is doubled, the cost of living will triple. The big question is whether BCCI has adjusted the price of hotels in India but whether they will be able to do so in Dubai.