As per IPL chairman Brijesh Patel, the board is pondering to have the IPL in the UAE this year. More subtleties on a similar will come out after IPL's administering gathering meeting which is set to occur by one week from now.
With ICC formally declaring that the T20 World Cup won't occur this year, a window is open for the BCCI to sort out Indian Premier League in 2020 around September-October. As per IPL chairman Brijesh Patel, the board is reflecting to have the IPL in the UAE. More subtleties on a similar will come out after IPL's administering board meeting which is set to occur by one week from now.
Presently, if IPL happens in the UAE, how might it influence the competition? By what means will groups charge in conditions which can be relied upon to be incredibly hot and muggy? Previous India cricketer Aakash Chopra accepts that the players need to fight with warmth and lack of hydration.
"There will be no issue in spite of the fact that they may need to battle a tad with the warmth. For the time being, the climate is acceptable. How about we be reasonable, UAE encounters a great deal of warmth. Be that as it may, September and October are as yet the wonderful months," Chopra said in a video on his Youtube channel 'Aakash Vani'.
"The difficult I am seeing is that if the IPL begins on 26 September and finishes on 7 November, it is around a month and a half including the last seven day stretch of end of the season games, there may be part of twofold headers with the alliance stage to be finished in 5 weeks," he included.
"In twofold headers, anyway charming it may be, it is after all the warmth of the center east. Along these lines, batsmen may get dried out," the cricketer-turned reporter included.
Talking on which groups can profit by playing in the UAE, Chopra further stated: "Batting conditions would not have a lot of an effect. Actually, certain groups may begin feeling much improved. RCB for instance, since when the grounds are huge your bowling isn't uncovered that much regardless of whether it is feeble. RCB I think may really progress nicely."
"You have groups who have a ton of good spinners, so Chennai Super Kings will by and by be the super rulers." Even Kings XI Punjab, the spot suits them a great deal also since Maxwell plays very well there," he included.
"By and large on the off chance that we see, batsmen won't face a lot of issues despite the fact that they must be cautious about the warmth in light of the fact that there will be parcel of twofold headers," the previous India batsman further said.