No Threat to approaching Indian Premier League Season 13 thanks to Coronavirus Scare, Says administration Chairman Brajesh Patel
An IPL Governing Council chairman Brajesh Patel stated on, March 3rd Tuesday lined out any risk to the forthcoming cash-rich T20 league thanks to the deadly coronavirus eruption as of now but said the authorities are keeping a tab on things. The IPL 2020 begins with a clash between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede Stadium on March 29 while the final will happen on 24 May. Asked whether there’s any hazard to series thanks to coronavirus, the chairman said, “There is not any risk as of now and that we are keeping a tab.
Sourav Ganguly BCCI President
too lined out any risk to an IPL 2020 or the South Africa series, opening with the primary One Day International on March 12 at Dharamsala in Himachal Pradesh. “Nothing in India. Not even discussed it” said Ganguly. Another superior BCCI official said that the South African team was coming as per the agenda for the three-match One Day International series.
The deadly coronavirus, which has killed over 3,100 people and infected over 90,000 worldwide, has wreaked chaos on the global calendar of varied sporting events across the world and has even put the upcoming Tokyo Olympics under doubt. A few cases of coronavirus infection have also been reported in India.
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