BCCI CEO Rahul Johri optimistic about IPL 2020: Details here

BCCI CEO Rahul Johri optimistic about IPL 2020: Details here

BCCI CEO Rahul Johri optimistic about IPL 2020: Details here

There have been question marks over upcoming ICC Men's T20 World Cup in Australia while IPL has been indefinitely suspended.

A big event in the calendar is the Mzansi Super League, which kicks off in November, but could be played behind closed doors.

"We are going to be guided by the Government of India in its entirety, whatever are the government guidelines is what we'll follow.cricketing activity in earnest can start practically only after the monsoon season", he added.

"It's a fund that will provide support to people within the cricket industry and also to the most vulnerable South Africans".

Faul said they have already initiated the process to seek permission from the South African government. This will relate specifically to the potential of an incoming Indian tour.

Faul added that he was not sure that the MSL would be played without spectators.

The news agency IANS has quoted a source, who said that while it is still early days, the BCCI is looking to zoom in on the end of September to November period to organise IPL 2020 in the post-Covid-19 era.

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There are so many things up in the air, so the key is just to be ready.

BCCI has informed IPL teams of the window but an official said clarity will come only by mid-August when preparations will get underway.

Faul also spoke positively about discussion that have been taking place to play against India but added that a lot of that planning revolved around the lockdown and what the government of South Africa would and would not allow. The former India coach said cricketers will have to gather all their mental strength to deal with the uncertainty that the pandemic has caused.

"Then we will continue to engage with our stakeholders, and I want to thank Andrew for sharing this telecon with us".

Smith on Thursday said that Proteas tour of the West Indies in July, where there were five T20Is scheduled, as well as a three-match home T20 series against India in August both are in doubt, so preparations for the World Cup have obviously been rocked. Second: Start with bilateral cricket. "We're engaging with the West Indies Cricket Board regarding tours that have been postponed and the FTP", he said.

England have been steadily ramping up plans to restart with their bowlers as the country's cricket chiefs stepped up plans to start a season heavily delayed by the coronavirus pandemic.

On the global front, the Proteas are expected back on the field as early as July, where they are scheduled to begin their tour to the Caribbean, where they will take on the West Indies on two Tests and five Twenty20 Internationals (T20I).

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