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BCCI keen on assessing the fitness of the contracted players who are expected to tour Australia in December

July 15, 2020

Written By,

Payel Gosh

The BCCI, Board of Control for Cricket in India is very eager to organise their biggest cricket league, IPL, this year itself. They are still trying to find a schedule for this extravagant event. The competition should happen in March yet it was deferred inconclusively because of the COVID-19 pandemic. BCCI is purportedly contemplating organizing the thirteenth IPL season in September-October window gave the T20 World Cup is delayed.

Simultaneously, the board is additionally enthusiastic about evaluating the wellness of the contracted players; who are relied upon to visit Australia in December. For a similar explanation, the BCCI is intending to hold a camp for them in Dubai; with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) developing as the best option nation to have the IPL.

Prior, it was accounted for that with three arenas in the city, Mumbai may likewise have the T20 event. In any case, the current circumstance in the nation’s money related capital is more awful because of the pandemic.

BCCI sources said UAE can probably hold the IPL

As indicated by the reports in the New Indian Express; the group the board needs the players to prepare for around a month and a half before partaking in any arrangement. India haven’t played any cricket since the New Zealand visit. And the bowling trainer Bharat Arun had before cleared that the bowlers particularly will require time to return to the section regarding match wellness also.

Then, the establishments would likewise need their players to go to their individual camps before the beginning of the IPL. All things considered, strategically, it looks extreme for the BCCI to hold a national camp for a more drawn out period. There are additional signs that the care staff may remain in the UAE; to watch out for the group India players’ wellness and progress when they train with their establishments in front of the IPL.

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Written By,

Payel Gosh