One positive case of Covid-19 and IPL could possibly be doomed: Kings XI Punjab co-owner

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Kings XI Punjab co-owner Ness Wadia on Thursday burdened the necessity for the organisers to give attention to making certain health security for everybody who will likely be travelling to the UAE for the match. The 13th version of IPL will happen from September 19th and November 10th in three cities of UAE – Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Sharjah. Wadia, in an interview, mentioned that the there could possibly be severe repercussions even when a single case is reported in the course of the match.

Wadia, within the interview, was requested in regards to the hypothesis concerning IPL’s sponsorship take care of Chinese cell phone producers VIVO. “There is much speculation going on. I think it is ridiculous. The only thing we (team owners) know is that the IPL is happening. We are very concerned about the safety of the players and all others involved. Even if there is one case, the IPL could be doomed,” Wadia advised PTI after the possessors’ assembly on Wednesday evening time.

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IPL 2020 Full Coverage

Meanwhile, the BCCI on Thursday suspended the IPL title sponsorship take care of Chinese cell phone firm Vivo for the occasion’s upcoming version amid the Sino-India border face-off. The board despatched out a one-line assertion, with out giving any particulars, to say that Vivo is not going to be related to the IPL this yr.

“The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and vivo Mobile India Pvt Ltd have decided to suspend their partnership for Indian Premier League in 2020,” the press launch said.

The firm, on its part, said that the affiliation is being paused. “The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and vivo Mobile India Pvt Ltd have mutually decided to pause their partnership for the 2020 season of Indian Premier League,” it said.

(With PTI inputs)

[Attribution HT]

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