new Delhi: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has started talks with the Arab Emirates Cricket Board after the International Cricket Council postponed the 2020 T20 World Cup. According to sources, the UAE is the BCCI’s first choice for the IPL 2020 event. BCCI sources told ABP News that on behalf of the Arab Emirates Cricket Board, they have been told that the stay of the players should be arranged in Dubai and they can go to play in three stadiums in Dubai, now Dhabi and Sharjah. Huh. Explain that except for these three grounds, there are three grounds for practice inside the ICC Academy in the UAE. If needed, this facility can also be used.
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The news is also coming from sources that there have been indications from the Arab Emirates Cricket Board that matches can be organized in the stadium with 20 percent spectators. However, there is still a problem between the BCCI and the team owners regarding the place of placing the players in the quarantine. According to the information, the UAE will allow Indian players to stay quarantined in a hotel in India. But foreign players will have to stay in the Quarantine in the UAE itself.
Let us tell you that if the IPL is organized in Dubai, then the players of Team India will have to pack the bags for a long time before leaving for the IPL. If they live in Dubai in the first week of September, then they may have to go to Australia by the second week of November. The four-match Test and three-match ODI and T20 series will be played in Australia from December to February.
According to the information, the Indian board will send 25 players to Australia, not 16 or 17. In this way, if a player gets infected in the middle of the series, the team management can easily send him back to the country and the other player can also replace him.
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