THE BCCI HAS ESTABLISHED a strict COVID-19 safety protocol for IPL 2020.
THE BCCI HAS ANNOUNCED that the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League will be played in UAE, alongside a four-team 'Women's T20 Challenge.'
HOSTING IPL IN THE UAE during COVID-19 is a realistic option for BCCI, regardless of perception and politics.
The need to organise the 2020 edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) by adhering to safety standards as prescribed by the government, and the important role that BCCI needs to play in ensuring the survival of world cricket was emphasised by eminent panellists during a discussion on the "Impact on Business of Cricket" as part of the #SportsPostLockdown webinar series.
SPORTS MINISTER KIREN RIJIJU has given a go-ahead to the country's sports complexes to begin operations, as long as they comply with the COVID-19 related safety guidelines of Ministry of Home Affairs.
THE ONGOING CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC HAS impacted Indian sports across all fronts, including the topmost sports cricket and football.
MUMBAI INDIANS AND DELHI CAPITALS have completed a player swap deal, with Mayank Markande leaving the Mumbai franchise for Delhi, and West Indian batsman Sherfane Rutherford coming over to the West coast to join the current champions
Although the 12th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) is entertaining cricket fans in the country, the ever growing anxiety and curiosity around the impending World Cup squad is probably at the forefront.
The South African joined the rest of the squad in Mumbai on Friday as they prepare for the first match against Mumbai IndiansÂ