The BCCI is planning to carry a coaching camp for the contracted gamers in Ahmedabad.© PTI (file picture)
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is planning to carry a coaching camp for the contracted gamers in Ahmedabad at bio-secure atmosphere amid a surge in coronavirus circumstances within the nation. The Apex Council members in Friday’s assembly mentioned a number of venues in India to carry coaching camp for the gamers however Motera, the most important cricket stadium on the planet, in Ahmedabad was given desire because of its lodging facility.
All the 11 factors of the agenda have been mentioned within the assembly however no conclusive resolution was taken due to the present pandemic scenario. All the members of the Apex Council attended the assembly together with the BCCI president Sourav Ganguly and secretary Jay Shah.
“We had a discussion on domestic cricket, but at the moment we are looking at the situation, no concrete decision was taken because of the situation until you get government clearance you can not decide anything, we have to conduct training camp for the players, we cannot go to NCA as Bengaluru is witnessing a surge in Covid cases. Ahmedabad can be someplace where we can hold training camp for players as we can create bio-bubble there,” the Apex Council member who attended Friday’s assembly advised ANI.
The 13th version of the Indian Premier League (IPL) will solely be doable if the scheduled ICC T20 World Cup will get postponed stated the Apex Council member.
“The decision on IPL will be taken once ICC gives a decision on T20 World Cup, we have identified some places in India where IPL can be staged, overseas options have also been discussed, but in the end, it all depends on the situation, we discussed as to where we can hold our training camp, one place is Dharmsala but the problem of accommodation arises there,” the member stated.
India have been slated to play sequence in opposition to Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe in July-August, however each sequence have been postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Indian Premier League (IPL) was slated to start from March 29, nevertheless it has been postponed because of the COVID-19 outbreak.
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