New Delhi: According to New Zealand cricket team batsman Ross Taylor, it was good to postpone IPL 2021. Perhaps anyone can be surprised to hear Ross Taylor’s statement. Actually, Ross Taylor believes that Team India will benefit the most from the postponement of IPL 2021.
Why does India benefit from the postponement of IPL?
Ross Taylor says that the postponement of the IPL will benefit India in the final of the World Test Champion (WTC), as the Virat Kohli-led team gets more time in England’s conditions. The IPL, which ended on May 30 due to Kovid-19, was deferred only in the first week of May. The final of the World Test Champion will be played in Southampton from 18 June.
India will get a chance to prepare for the WTC finals
Ross Taylor said, ‘I think the early termination of IPL in unfortunate circumstances will probably be a little beneficial for India. Had the IPL been according to their schedule, they would have had less time to prepare, but now they would have a lot of time. The time to adapt to their bowlers will increase.
BCCI busy in completing IPL
There was a buzz that the BCCI requested to change the schedule of India’s five-Test series against England to complete the IPL, which has been rejected by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB). When asked if the impact of T20 leagues poses a threat to the future of international cricket, Taylor said, “The IPL is probably the biggest league and unless other countries have such power, they will make a program keeping this in mind.” , Because the players want to play in it.