IPL IN THE UK? by Vijay Tagore • Published on Share Tweet Could the IPL 2021 be finished in the UK? There are no significant developments. © Getty Will the postponed ‘second leg’ of IPL 2021 be staged in England? The reported interest of a few counties to host the 31 remaining games has created a flutter among the real stakeholders of the league – the franchises – but they seem to be naively ignorant of this. The Chief Executives Committee (CEC) of the International Cricket Council (ICC) met virtually on Thursday (May 6) and the CEOs did not discuss the UK as a potential venue for the IPL but they did however deliberate upon the ICC calendar post 2023. There was a brief talk on cricket in the Olympics too, but it was just that – brief and nothing substantial. The Olympic Committee of the ICC will have to report to the CEC, which is expected to happen later. There was no discernible move on the projected change of venue of the T20 World Cup either, from India to UAE in October-November. With the IPL ending abruptly, the BCCI’s case to host the T20 World Cup has definitely weakened… Read full this story
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