Can we believe the current BCCI’s view, IPL 2020 is not likely to be canceled following the outbreak of coronavirus tends to spread quickly.
COVID 19 (coronavirus) is a disease that has infected thousands of people all over the world. The infamous virus spreads in several countries. In view of the epidemic, several sports competitions have been affected, such as the first Italian football exhibition, the A-Series. There are no Series A Games in the next month to ensure the security of players and fans, and some also talk about a change to the Tokyo Olympics ‘ calendar. Thankfully, the epidemic does not appear to cause sufficient cricket difficulties in India to suffer in the region.
There is still no IPL coronaviral threat: Sourav Ganguly
According to IPL, IPL Governing Council President Brijesh Patel addressed the growing concern over COVID-19, saying that the schedule and the proposal for the next IPL 2020 have still not been updated. The BCCI has also pointed out that Patel, who once played cricket for India, keeps an eye on the status of coronavirus cases and is not ignoring the rising concern over the rapidly spreading epidemic. BCCI President Sourav Ganguly also expressed views of Patel, and pointed out that the BCCI’s current meeting did not mention COVID-19. A further BCCI officer reported that the upcoming IPL or South Africa Tour, which will begin on 12 March, does not have any schedule changes.
IPL 2020 Schedule
This is the schedule of IPL 2020 for the first five days of the world’s largest cricket tournament. In the opening match of the 2018 season on March 29 at Mumbai, the Mumbai Indians defend themselves against the Chennai Super Kings at IPL in 2019. The remainder of the fixtures is here.
Delhi Capitals vs. Kings XI Punjab March 30
Royal Challengers Bangalore vs. Kolkata Knight Riders March 31
Sunrisers Hyderabad vs. Mumbai Indians April 1
Chennai Super Kings vs. Rajasthan Royals April 2