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Sri Lanka, UAE kept as India's back up for 2021 World T20: Report
While there is still one year to go before the mega event which was set to be held in Australia this year but got postponed due to rising cases of COVID-19 and inability of the host country to manage 16 teams. According to a report in ESPN Cricinfo, "Sri Lanka and the UAE are among the back-up venues for the 2021 men's T20 World Cup, should the Covid-19 pandemic make India an untenable host."
England's cricket tour of India in September postponed due to Coronavirus pandemic
The England and Wales Cricket Board said the postponed tou...
BCCI is under no pressure to drop IPL sponsors with links to China, say officials
While BCCI has still to get a corporate sponsor for IPL 202...
BCCI dials India Inc for IPL title sponsorship post Vivo exit; experts feel cost is too high
People involved in the negotiations said that BCCI has offered up to 50% discount for the rights, but so far it has not received an affirmative response. BCCI is likely to issue an expression of intent (EOI) for the title rights and not initiate a full tender process.
BCCI issues EOI for IPL title sponsorship, interested parties need to show Rs 300 crore turnover
“All the participants have to mail their letter of intent by August 14th, and the board will share the criteria and other details. There is no base price and anyone can participate. Bids are to be submitted by August 18th and those received will be opened on the same day,” said a source in BCCI.
India to undergo two-week quarantine in Adelaide: Cricket Australia acting chief
The website reported that not just the visiting Indian team but also the IPL-returned Australian cricketers will have to serve the mandatory quarantine period.
BCCI, Vivo suspend IPL partnership for one year, may resume next year
The BCCI sent out a one-line statement without giving any details to say that Vivo will not be associated with the IPL this year. Vivo won the IPL title sponsorship rights for five years from 2018 to 2022 for a reported sum of Rs 2190 crore, approximately Rs 440 crore per annum.
BCCI asked to pay Rs 4800 crore to ‘wrongfully terminated’ Deccan Chargers from IPL
The case dates back to 2012, when the Hyderabad-based media group had challenged the ‘alleged illegal termination' of an IPL team by the BCCI. The board had announced termination of DC on September 15, 2012, following an emergency meeting of the league’s governing council.
IPL: Star, Franchise owners seek clarity from BCCI
Team owners are also concerned about sponsorships and gate revenues (ticket sales) as it is learned that the BCCI is not going to compensate for the loss of gate revenues.
We are going ahead with women's IPL on time, says BCCI President Sourav Ganguly
The men's IPL will be held between September 19 and November 8 or 10 (final date yet to be locked in) in the UAE due to the surge in COVID-19 cases in India. The women's IPL will also be fit in to the schedule, according to the BCCI chief.
BCCI invites EoIs for Indian Premier League title sponsorship, sets August 18 deadline
The BCCI said it would "not be obliged" to award the rights to the bidder that indicated the willingness to pay the highest fee in the course of discussions with the board after submitting the EoI.
IPL governing council meeting on August 2; tournament schedule set to be finalised
The Indian Premier League's Governing Council will meet on August 2 to give a final shape to the schedule and other arrangements for the eagerly-awaited T20 showpiece to be held in the UAE this year.
Are test matches really a good idea in times of covid-19?
‘Test, test, test’ has been the message from healthcare experts as the world battles on Covid-19. But when it comes to cricket, are Test matches really a good idea?
Ganguly announces cancellation of Asia Cup in September
Pakistan had the hosting rights of the six-team continental event but it was expected to be held in the UAE.
IPL set to start on September 19, final on November 8: Chairman Brijesh Patel
It is expected that with each and every team needing at least a month's time to train, the IPL franchises will be leaving base by August 20 which gives them exactly four weeks time to prepare. While the original schedule had five double-headers, Patel said the new one will feature around 12 double-headers which means two matches each on both Saturdays and Sundays.