BCCI has already announced the venue as well as the duration of the IPL 2020, But it has been very confusing for the fans why BCCI hasn’t announced the full Schedule of the IPL 2020. Due to the mass coronavirus outbreak in India, this year IPL will be played in the UAE and that too without spectators. All the teams have been reached to the UAE and they have started the preparation too.
IPL 2020 Schedule
The IPL 2020 is set to start from September 19 in the UAE and the final of the tournament will take place on November 10 at the end of this year. But the weird thing is that the BCCI hasn’t revealed the full schedule of the tournament yet. According to The Times of India, the reason behind mot revealing the entire schedule can be a flexible one. Latest ‘Powerpuff Girls’ Live-Action Series in Development at CW, Know Details
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When the Former Indian Cricket Team captain and Current Chennai Super Kings captain took retirement from the international cricket, Mumbai Indians captain Rohit shared a photo on his Instagram account with the caption, “Looking forward to meeting at the toss on September 19”.
It can be likey that the schedule of the IPL 2020 may be dynamic and flexible due to the current Novel COVID-19 situation.
There are chances that some of England and Australian players might miss the early part of the IPL. As both are engaged in a T20I series of 3 matches and 3 matches ODI series, which will end on September 16 only just three days before the first match of the IPL.
According to the report from a source, “So there is a possibility that matches in the first three or four days can be allotted to teams not majorly dependent on players flying over from the UK,”
The source further added, “If that happens, can that team play on those six days? Possibly not. But the tournament will go on, so it’s necessary to work on the possibility of keeping a schedule flexible enough where matches can be brought forward and delayed, as and when necessary,”