The IPL is meaning to make sure about the September-October window, which it may very well snatch as there is tremendous vulnerability encompassing the destiny of the October 18 to November 15 T20 World Cup in Australia.
In the midst of theory that the at present suspended IPL could be held in the UAE because of the rising COVID-19 cases in India, Dubai Sports City's Head of Cricket and Events Salman Hanif has said they are keeping the offices prepared for such a projection.
The IPL is meaning to make sure about the September-October window, which it may very well snatch as there is massive vulnerability encompassing the destiny of the October 18 to November 15 T20 World Cup in Australia.
Addressing 'Bay News', Hanif said the Dubai Sports City, which incorporates the Dubai International Stadium and the ICC Academy, is prepared as an expected setting for the captivating T20 alliance.
"The arena has nine wickets on the top on the off chance that countless matches must be obliged inside a littler time span. We won't plan any matches there to keep the wickets new," said Hanif.
The UAE has recorded in excess of 50,000 cases and more than 300 passings as a result of the lethal pandemic that has tossed the world into confusion. India's case check, then again, has crossed the 10 lakh mark, including more than 25,000 passings.
BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has emphasized on a few events that he is quick to guarantee that the IPL happens this year regardless of whether it must be taken abroad. The ICC is relied upon to accept an approach the destiny of the T20 World Cup by one week from now.
On the off chance that the IPL gets the September-October window for itself, the eight establishments would need their players to land here somewhat ahead of schedule to guarantee some training for the players.