Sri Lanka and the United Arab Emirates have offered to have the IPL however BCCI treasurer Arun Singh Dhumal said the board was idealistic about organizing it on home soil.
India's cricket board will just think about arranging the Indian Premier League (IPL) abroad if all else fails if there is no other method to rescue the worthwhile restricted overs competition this year, a top BCCI official has told Reuters.
The yearly competition was initially planned to start on March 29 however was delayed uncertainly due to COVID-19. India's loss of life from the pandemic outperformed 20,000 on Tuesday.
Sri Lanka and the United Arab Emirates have offered to have the class however BCCI treasurer Arun Singh Dhumal said the board was hopeful about arranging it on home soil.
"We've to consider India first and afterward consider abroad," Dhumal told Reuters. "They have sent these proposition in the event that we need to arrange it there.
"We will talk about it in the following IPL administering chamber meeting where we will accept a call."
The 2009 release of the establishment based group, which agreed with India's races, was held in South Africa and the UAE facilitated the early matches of the competition five years after the fact for a similar explanation.
The BCCI, confronting a $535 million loss of income on the off chance that it can't arrange the IPL this year, would be quick to space it into the Twenty20 World Cup's October-November window if that occasion couldn't proceed in Australia because of the pandemic.
The vulnerability around the globe Cup, the BCCI has stated, has made a booking migraine for cricket sheets attempting to recover a portion of the misfortunes brought about by the pandemic.
"Everyone is under the weight due to the vulnerability," Dhumal included.