BCCI is making every effort to organize the remaining matches of the IPL 2021 Indian Premier League i.e. the 14th season of IPL. For this reason, BCCI is looking for a 30-day window in which IPL can be played.
In its upcoming special general meeting on 29 May, the Board of Control for Cricket in India, ie BCCI, can finalize the window to complete the remaining IPL 2021. According to a report, after the conclusion of the Indian team’s tour of England, the board wants to host the remaining 31 matches in the UAE, ie UAE, in the September-October window. IPL will be the biggest issue in next week’s meeting.
India’s tour of England begins on 18 June, where the Indian team is to play the final of the ICC World Test Championship against New Zealand, while the five-match Test series between India and England starts on 4 August, which starts on 14 September. Will end on As such, BCCI is considering ending the 14th season of IPL in a window from September 15 to October 15, which could be held on the UAE soil.
Although the BCCI has not made any official request to the ECB, it is believed that the BCCI may request to reduce the time between the second and third test. There is a time of 9 days between the second and third Test matches, which the BCCI wants to do for four days. In this way, BCCI will get extra time. An English newspaper has confirmed this by quoting BCCI sources.
The source said, “If the gap between the two matches becomes four days, then the BCCI will get an additional five days, which can be used. If we get those days extra, it will be in our IPL 2021 window Will be added. The BCCI is also planning to have players from England as well as players from other countries travel from the UK to the UAE. The source has also said that if the gap is not reduced, we will need a 30-day window.”