Indian Cricket Control (BCCI) President Sourav Ganguly has made a transparent assertion that the Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) is not going to be affected by the Corona virus. According to Ganguly's assertion, the IPL 2020 might be held as per schedule.
In an announcement to PTI on Friday, Ganguly stated, "IPL is totally on. <! –
Around the world, tournaments are happening. The England crew is already in Sri Lanka. South Africa is coming right here. There isn’t any drawback. Teams from many international locations are touring around the globe. He goes to Abu Dhabi, UAE to play. So there isn’t any drawback. '
According to the schedule introduced by the BCCI, the IPL 2020 will begin from March 29. The first match of the match might be performed between defending champions Mumbai Indians (MI) and Chennai Super Kings (CSK) on the Wankhede Stadium.
However, Ganguly additionally stated that he would comply with all of the directions given by the docs. He stated, 'We will take all precautions. I have no idea what the extra measures are. We have just one medical crew who will inform us about this. The medical crew is already in contact with hospitals so that every one measures can be found. We will do what the docs say. They are professionals. All medical points might be addressed by the medical crew. The match will run. '
Sachin Tendulkar despatched this message to Team India earlier than the World Cup last
Players, in addition to stakeholders, franchises, airways, crew motels and broadcasting crew, might be requested to comply with the federal government's directive to take obligatory precautions and precaution to conduct the match. The board has additionally stated that gamers might be requested to not shake fingers with followers and don’t click on footage from any machine which doesn’t belong to them.