IPL will not be completed this year? Owner of Rajasthan Royals made it clear


New Delhi: IPL 2021 was intercepted due to increasing cases of Corona Virus. In this league, players and staff were constantly falling prey to this epidemic, after which this decision was taken. Now questions are arising on whether the IPL will be able to be held again.

Owner of Rajasthan Royals gave a statement

Meanwhile, Rajasthan Royals owner Manoj Badale said that the re-scheduling of the suspended IPL 2021 will be a real challenge and there is a bleak prospect of it being held before or after the T20 World Cup this year. The T20 tournament was postponed after some players were found positive for Kovid-19 in the IPL’s bio-safe environment. Badale said in the virtual media session, ‘I think the challenge is to find the appropriate time for this. Players are already playing too much cricket. The program is very busy this year due to Kovid. Cricket boards around the world want to organize more and more competitions and test matches.

England players will not be able to play

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) Cricket Director Ashley Giles has already made it clear that his top players will not be able to play in the league once it resumes as his team has to tour Bangladesh and Pakistan in September and October. Not only this, they have to play the Ashes series against Australia after the T20 World Cup.

IPL can be held in England

Badal (Manoj Badale) said that the league is likely to be held in Britain or the Middle East. He said, ‘I think this is a real challenge. There are also possibilities. It has a bleak prospect of being held in the Middle East before or after the UK or T20 World Cup in September, but I think it is going to be a real challenge. ‘


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