Sourav Ganguly is optimistic about IPL, this statement on the match in the empty stadium

new Delhi: President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Sourav Ganguly Has indicated that this year's Indian Premier League (IPL) may be held in vacant stadiums and has said that all options are being considered to hold this suspended competition despite the Coronavirus epidemic. .

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Ganguly has sent the letter to the state associations after the International Cricket Council (ICC) board meeting on Wednesday, which suggests that the BCCI president is optimistic about the IPL event. So far more than 8000 people have died due to the Kovid-19 pandemic in India and that is why the IPL was postponed indefinitely.

Ganguly wrote, “The BCCI is working on all possible options for the IPL event this year, including playing in vacant stadiums.” We are excited about the possibility of organizing the IPL.

The former Indian captain also said, “Recently players from India and other countries participating in the IPL showed their eagerness to be part of this year's IPL. We are optimistic about the IPL event and the BCCI will take a decision soon.

It is being speculated that if the T20 World Cup is not held in Australia according to the predetermined schedule, then the IPL can be held at that time. The ICC has postponed the decision on the future of the World Cup till next month. Ganguly also said that the BCCI is also working on the schedule of domestic cricket so that tournaments like Ranji Toofi, Duleep Trophy and Vijay Hazare Trophy remain competitive and practical.

He said, 'BCCI is in the process of preparing plans for the domestic tournaments for the next cricket season. We are working on various options and formats from our side to ensure that the various domestic tournaments remain competitive and participation in them is easy. BCCI will provide more information on this in the next two weeks.

The Board President also informed that BCCI is preparing Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for the restoration of cricket in all the state units to ensure the medical safety of those involved.

Ganguly told the state associations that the BCCI has made every effort on its part to release all kinds of funds and grants to its various members. He said, 'Associations that have properly submitted their accounts and certificates related to the use of funds have already received grants.' The Board President assured that whenever other entities submit the relevant documents, they get their grants. Will go.