As the cricketing world is trying to find out ways to resume play in the post-Covid19-era, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is also mulling to organise training camps for Indian cricketers next month.
The apex council meeting of BCCI will take place on July 17 to discuss about the future of the Indian premier League 2020. During the meeting. BCCI will also discuss about Team India’s schedule and also about Indian domestic cricket.
According to a report in The New Indian Express, the team management wants a six-week training camp before the cricketers start taking part in any series. Also Read – Scotland to Reopen Castles, Palaces as Covid-19 Lockdown Eases.
“By the looks of it, UAE will mostly host the IPL, unless the situation improves dramatically in Mumbai. So the camp there makes more sense in every way possible. Once the IPL venue is decided, then expect things to move forward quickly,” the leading English daily quoted sources as saying.
As per reports, UAE will mostly host the IPL, unless the situation improves dramatically in Mumbai.
England tour of India may reschedule
As per schedule, England team will travel India in the month of September for a bilateral series but due to corona virus pandemic the tour will be rescheduled.
“England were supposed to play six games (three ODIs and three T20 Internationals) during late September. Obviously, in the current circumstances, England won’t be travelling to India,” a BCCI official told PTI.