BCCI has decided to hold the rest of the Indian Premier League until 2021 in the United Arab Emirates. The decision was made at the Special General Assembly (SGM), organized earlier in the day to discuss the T20 league, as well as the future of domestic and international cricket throughout the year amid the pandemic.
the decision was taken into account in September / October for the tournament, which is the time for the monsoon season in India. BCCI will also hold talks with other international boards on the presence of foreign players during the tournament.
However, the potential lack of availability is not expected to disrupt the deal at the resumption of the season.
In addition, BCCI will also propose to the International Cricket Council to give board time until the end of June to decide on the T20 World Cup, which is currently due to take place in India later this year.
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