Sourav Ganguly hopeful of hosting subsequent IPL in India however ‘yet to decide’ on mega public sale

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BCCI president Sourav Ganguly expressed hope that the following version of IPL in April-May will likely be performed in India.

“Hopefully the vaccine will be out by that time and we can host it,” Ganguly instructed Hindustan Times in an interview. (Read the total Sourav Ganguly interview right here)

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The present version of IPL is being performed within the UAE as a result of pandemic scenario in India. IPL 2020, the 13th version of the event was initially deliberate in India from March 29 however needed to be postponed until September and eventually moved out of India and into UAE.

Ganguly also added UAE stays a fall-back possibility for the Indian board for the following season too.

Teams like Chennai Super Kings, who need to change the core of their squad, are ready for readability on whether or not there will likely be a full-scale public sale or a mini one before the following IPL. “We haven’t decided anything yet. Let this season conclude, we will take a call,” stated Ganguly.

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“We need to slightly change our core group and look for the next 10 years,” Dhoni had stated after the workforce’s concluding league game in opposition to Kings XI Punjab.

“A lot depends on what the BCCI decides upon the auction. This has been a tough year. This is one of the seasons where most of the teams played well,” Dhoni added.

Meanwhile, Ganguly also confirmed that the home season will start from subsequent yr.

[Attribution HT]

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