This year’s IPL was postponed indefinitely after the bio bubble broke in the past.

The second wave of Corona virus infection has also hit the world’s most popular cricket league IPL (Indian Premier League).

This year’s IPL was postponed indefinitely after the bio bubble broke in the past.

However, it has now been reported in a report that the remaining matches are still possible and these matches can be held in England. Let us know that 31 matches of IPL are still remaining.

In fact, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has called a Special General Meeting (SGM) on 29 May. It is being said that the remaining matches of IPL 2021 will be held in this meeting along with the discussion on whether the T20 World Cup to be held this year in India as per the predetermined schedule. This meeting will be organized through digital medium.

T20 World Cup

Let us know that the BCCI has kept the United Arab Emirates (UAE) as a backup for the T20 World Cup. At the same time, a report said that the remaining matches of the IPL can be done in England. India have to play five Tests in England after playing the final of the World Test Championship with New Zealand. In such a situation, England can be a good venue for the rest of the IPL matches.

At the same time, India is making all efforts to organize the T20 World Cup that this tournament should be held in India itself. But if conditions change due to the corona virus, a change in its venue can be decided in June. However, nothing has been officially said on these two matters. The real situation will be known only after the BCCI meeting on 29th.

It would be best to do in England in IPL: Peterson

Peterson said in the past,

‘I have seen that people are talking about organizing the remaining matches of the IPL in the UAE in September, but I think it should be held in England. There will be some time after the Test series between England and India. India’s best players will already be here, along with the best England players will also be available.

Former England captain Kevin Pietersen wants the IPL’s postponed matches to be held in England in September instead of the UAE. Pietersen believes the decision to move the IPL to the UK will be the best as the five-match Test series on the Indian team’s tour of England ends on September 14 and will be timed after that.

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