- BCCI considering two dates for the start of the Indian Premier League 2022
- Franchise owners want India as host nation for 2022 IPL
- Mumbai and Pune are the two favorite cities of the franchise owner
The BCCI is considering two dates for the start of the 2022 Indian Premier League. According to reports, some board officials and some franchise owners want the league to start from March 27, while some other influential people want this big event to start from April 2, which is in line with the recommendations of the Lodha committee.
A senior BCCI official told news agency PTI on the condition of anonymity, “Some team owners are in favor of starting it on March 27, but India will get their last international (T20) match against Sri Lanka on March 18 in Lucknow. To play and then you need a gap of 14 days as per Lodha rule. This is the reason why the league can start from April 2.
It has also come to the fore that all 10 IPL franchise owners, including two new teams from Lucknow and Ahmedabad, want India as the host country for the 2022 IPL. In which Mumbai and Pune are his two favorite cities. His second choice is the United Arab Emirates (UAE), where the IPL has been held thrice. While the last option is South Africa, where it was held in 2009. The option of UAE and South Africa, however, will come to the fore only when the situation of Kovid-19 in India is very bad. Let us inform that earlier it was also discussed that Sri Lanka can also host the IPL but its name was not even discussed.
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