BCCI President Sourav Ganguly said that the T20 World Cup will not be held in India but will now be held in the UAE.
The mega-event is to be held in October-November. Ganguly told the agency, "We have officially informed the ICC that the T20 World Cup should be shifted to the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
The schedule is being worked out. The ICC, at the beginning of the month, told the BCCI this Given four weeks time to decide and inform whether India can host the marquee event in view of the COVID-19 situation in the country.
BCCI has now postponed the T20 World Cup to UAE in view of the Corona crisis. (T20 World Cup in UAE) has been decided to be shifted.
Let us tell you that due to the Corona crisis, the second phase of IPL is also to be organized in UAE.
The second phase of IPL will be played between September-October. After this, the ICC will organize the T20 World Cup.
According to the report, the World Cup matches can start from October 17, while the final of the tournament can be played on November 14.
The ICC will soon announce the full schedule of the T20 World.
At the same time, apart from this, BCCI will soon announce the schedule of the second phase of IPL.
On May 4, the IPL was postponed in view of the increasing threat of Corona.
Till now 29 matches have been played in IPL and 31 more matches are yet to be done.
After the final of IPL, the biggest Mahakumbh of cricket will start.