Ian Chappell, former Australia captain, has mentioned that he’s unsure that the Twenty20 World Cup will go forward as scheduled in October. Chappell mentioned that the Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) will get their means in the event that they need to host the Indian Premier League (IPL), which was postponed indefinitely because of the coronavirus pandemic, rather than the T20 World Cup. Chappell, whereas speaking to Wide World of Sports, mentioned that the probabilities of T20 World Cup happening as deliberate are very bleak.
“The very first thing you understand is that the BCCI will win.”
“They will get their means in the event that they need to play in October. At this level it seems to me that the probabilities of the T20 World Cup going forward are someplace between Buckley’s and none,” Chappell mentioned.
Mark Taylor, one other former Australian captain, additionally voiced his opinion on the way forward for T20 World Cup and mentioned that in present situation, IPL seems to be like the very best choice.
“I feel that is the extra possible situation (IPL changing T20 World Cup). 15 groups travelling to Australia between October-November taking part in 45 matches over a proposed seven venues on the planet that we reside in goes to be extraordinarily tough,” Taylor instructed World Huge of Sports activities.
Taylor talked about that if the IPL does change the T20 World Cup, it is going to put the onus on a person whether or not he needs to journey or not.
“If the ICC postpones the T20 World Cup, it is going to open the door for the BCCI to say we could have our IPL in India. Which then places the onus on people moderately than nations transferring in groups over to a sure nation,” Taylor concluded.