new Delhi. The Indian Premier League (IPL) governing council is expected to meet on 2 August, finalizing the schedule of the tournament to be held in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) this year, and other arrangements to be discussed. Due to the Kovid-19 epidemic, this tournament is being organized out of the country. The tournament will be played between 19 September to 8 November.
Ganguly and Shah will also attend this meeting
A senior BCCI official said, “The IPL Governing Council may meet on August 2. The franchise is expected to be handed over the SOP after the meeting. ”The meeting is expected to be attended by top BCCI officials, including Chairman Sourav Ganguly and Secretary Jai Shah. Issues related to various stakeholders will be discussed in it. The tenure of Ganguly and Shah is over, but both of them have appealed to the Supreme Court for relaxation in the terms of the cooling off period of the Lodha Committee, to be heard on 17 August.
IPL to be played in Bio Secure Environment
In this IPL, two matches will be held in a day, which will benefit the broadcasters. The matches will be held at the Bio Secure Environment in the vacant stadiums and the loss from the gate money to the franchisees will also be discussed. It is likely that most of the franchisees will send their investigation teams to the UAE to assess the facilities and Bio Secure Environment there.
Will the family go together?
Another issue will be related to allowing players to take families together. A franchise top official said that it would be wrong to keep players away from their wives or family for two months. He said, ‘Wives or girlfriends can come with the players at normal times, but the situation is different now. If the family also goes together, they will stay in the hotel room or will be able to come in normally. “He said,” Some players also have small children, so how to keep them in the room for two months. “
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