Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) wants to help the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to have the rest of the Indian Premier League 2021. Because of the rising number of instances of Covid during the subsequent wave, the association got influenced and must be inconclusively delayed.
The BCCI is currently battling to discover an opening to plan the remainder of the competition. BCCI President Sourav Ganguly truth be told has gone on record to say that his board will sit down to chat with different sheets to check whether a window can be made accessible for facilitating the 31 matches left, before the T20 World Cup.
He had likewise uncovered that if the IPL isn’t finished, the barricade could face to INR 2500 crores ($ 340 Million) of misfortune, which is only the early gauges. In a new association, the SLC head of the overseeing council, Prof. Arjuna de Silva said that his board can give a window in the long stretch of September.
He added more that alongside the United Arab Emirates, Sri Lanka can likewise be taken as a possibility for facilitating the competition.
A year ago, when IPL must be moved out of India because of the pandemic, it was facilitated by UAE. Indeed, even this year, it has arisen as a plausible setting, for the IPL 2021, yet for T2 World Cup also. Sri Lanka had communicated interest to have IPL a year ago also.
“Yes, we can certainly provide a window to host the IPL in the month of September. We hear the UAE (United Arab Emirates) is their one option but Sri Lanka can not be ignored for all reasons,” said by Prof. Arjuna de Silva as quoted by Cricwire.
“We are planning to host the Lanka Premier League (LPL) in July-August and the grounds and other infrastructure will be ready for the IPL in September”, further added by him.