Besides wedding hungama and partying, if there would be one big thing Indians are badly missing, that is Indian Premier League (IPL). While the coronavirus pandemic has forced almost every sporting event across the world to be either cancelled or postponed, Cricket has also been largely impacted. Leaving the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), the organisers in billions of loss, postponing IPL has come as a disappointment to millions of cricket fans across the globe.
Ever since BBCI announced the postponement of the event which is scheduled to be played in Australia later this year, cricket fans have been speculating the organisers to drop the new schedule. On this note, if the information from trusted sources is to be believed, BCCI and various sponsors across the globe are gearing up for the mega event. Rumour mongers have it that if everything goes well, IPL will be held in October.
It was learnt that BCCI is planning to see if they could switch IPL with T20 tournament which is already scheduled in October. It has been an open secret that IPL is more profitable than T20. Meanwhile, health experts are raising concerns over conducting a sports event that too at a scale of IPL which further increases the chances of spread.