Sourav Ganguly feels sorting out the Indian Premier League abroad is an alternative yet that would bring about expanded expenses.
Facilitating the IPL in India remains BCCI president Sourav Ganguly's "main goal" and he is trusting that the cricket world won't need to bear a 2020 sans the impressive occasion, in spite of his interests around the rising COVID-19 cases. The tremendously well known T20 association, which was booked to begin on March 29, stands suspended because of the COVID-19 pandemic. While the previous India commander said it is significant for cricket to come back to regularity, any choice on the IPL can be taken simply after the ICC chooses the destiny of the T20 World Cup, planned to be played in Australia in October-November.
"We don't need the year 2020 to complete without an IPL. Our main goal is India and regardless of whether we get 35 to 40 days, we will have it. Be that as it may, we don't know where...," Ganguly said on India Today appear ''Inspiration''.
New Zealand, Sri Lanka and the UAE have offered to have the occasion on the off chance that there are calculated issues in India with the quick ascent in coronavirus cases.
Arranging the alliance abroad is a choice however that would bring about expanded expenses.
"I will place it in a specific order. Right off the bat, regardless of whether we can (have an IPL) inside the time span as IPL has a constrained window.
"Besides India. On the off chance that it's unrealistic, at that point we are considering going out (abroad). In any case, going out where...because on the off chance that you go out it gets costly for everybody - establishments and board.
"On account of change rate and cash swapping scale, it gets costly. So we are checking however as I said we are quick to have it and got our fingers crossed."
The postponement in accepting a last approach the destiny of the T20 World Cup is additionally keeping the BCCI supervisors and other IPL partners pausing.
"We don't have the foggiest idea yet as we don't have a choice from ICC in regards to the T20 World Cup. We continue hearing various things from the media however except if it is formally advised to Board individuals, you don't have the foggiest idea what's going on," he said.
Ganguly knows about the troubling circumstance in Indian urban areas with IPL establishments.
"On the off chance that it doesn't occur in India due to COVID, at that point places like Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and Chennai, these have large groups in IPL however now, you can't put hand to your heart and state cricket will occur in these spots.
"Ahmedabad we were quick to go there. It's an astounding arena. I don't know whether we can go there or not. It is difficult right now to state we are going to have it in India."
Just a single time in the 12-year history of the IPL has the whole competition been moved out of India.
In 2009, it was held in South Africa as the dates conflicted with the general decisions in the nation.
"See it's been intense for all of us and I take a gander at everybody all in all. Being in lockdown from March, April and May and afterward everything opened up. In any case, everything opened up with a panic.
"Anyway, in the event that you see numbers, it's more than it was during lockdown. It's spreading rapidly. It's' unnerving however I have never encountered any such thing ever in my life."
The BCCI chief, however, likewise trusted that the game is back at the most punctual.
"See I need to have it as I said that cricket should be back. For us this is really offseason which has really made a difference. We completed our season in March soon after which IPL was going to begin.
"Also, we needed to drop IPL which is the most significant piece of our local season. We need IPL to occur. Since life should have returned to typical. Cricket should have returned to typical."