IPL 2020 is also known as IPL 13 has postponed until April 15, 2020.This goes ahead the impact points of the suspension of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 till April 15 and rescheduling of the staying 2 ODIs among India and South Africa that should have been held in Lucknow in Kolkata on March 15 and March 18 separately.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has suspended every residential competition until further notification as a prudent step in the wake of the dangerous coronavirus that has been spreading in the nation and worldwide at a fast pace.
The BCCI on Saturday additionally held a gathering with the IPL group proprietors so as to address their interests in regards to the destiny of the 2020 release of the IPL in the midst of the developing coronavirus pandemic. Here is the full content of the media warning discharged by BCCI after the gathering got over.
“The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Saturday met the Indian Premier League establishments proprietors at the Board central command here in Mumbai to examine the Novel Corona Virus (COVID-19) flare-up and its effect on the forthcoming season.
On Friday, England voyage through Sri Lanka for a 2-coordinate Test arrangement was additionally dropped.
“Taking into account the progressing Novel Corona Virus (COVID-19) episode, the BCCI on Saturday reported that all matches of the Paytm Irani Cup, Senior Women One-Day Knockout, Vizzy Trophy, Senior Women One-Day Challenger, Women Under 19 One-Day knockout, Women’s Under 19 T20 League, Super League and knockout, Women Under 19 T20 Challenger Trophy, Women Under 23 knockout, Women’s Under 23 One-Day Challenger have been required to be postponed till further notification,” BCCI said in an announcement.