New Delhi: IPL 2021 was postponed due to increasing cases of corona virus. In this big league, players and staff members were constantly getting infected with Corona. But now before getting the IPL started to dobora, this question is arising that where will it be organized.
There will be damage if held in England
Former England spinner Monty Panesar said that if the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is thinking about organizing the remaining matches of the 14th season of IPL in England in September, then it should think again because This may threaten the brand value of IPL.
Let us know that India will conclude its five-match Test series in England on 14 September and there is a discussion that the month-long window between the end of that series and the T20 World Cup could be ideal for hosting the remaining 31 matches of the IPL. , Which was postponed this month due to Kovid-19 cases in four franchises.
Thrill will be spoiled in England
The former left-arm spinner on a YouTube show Sports Yari said, “The IPL should not be held in England in September as there will be a lot of rain.” Too many gaps will spoil the fun of the adventure. If India is not able to control the epidemic, it should be conducted in the United Arab Emirates as weather conditions play a very large role.
Panesar (Monty Panesar) said, when it rains in England, it ruins the match. You will see that a T20 match has been reduced to 15 overs and then to 10 overs. We do not want this to happen with IPL as it will hit its brand value. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has apparently made an informal request to the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) to change the schedule of the Test series to provide a window for the IPL. However, this is not likely to happen.
UAE is a good choice
The BCCI has the option of holding the tournament in the UAE in a month-long interval between India’s series in England and the T20 World Cup. In 2020 too, BCCI had it done in UAE, which was quite successful.