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IPL 2020: No Foreign Player Available Till April 15

All visas are cancelled to India till April 15 in the wake of the developing Coronavirus risk. Visas for all, with the exception of representatives from UN/global associations, stand suspended. In excess of 60 individuals have been tried positive for the fatal infection in India up until this point.

This implies the IPL, which is planned to start on March 29, will see no outside players till April 15. The competition itself appears to be questionable starting at now, with a couple of state governments in any event, declining to have matches.

“The foreign players who play in the IPL come under the Business Visa category. As per the government’s directive, they can’t come till April 15,” a BCCI source told PTI on conditions of anonymity.

Some reports also suggest that if the IPL does go on, the games would be played in front of empty stands. The ongoing Road Safety World Series 2020 will also be played in an empty DY Patil Stadium, reports earlier today confirmed.


Also, on March 16, the plea to defer IPL 2020 will be heard in the Supreme Court.


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Plea Inserted In High Court For Stopping IPL 2020

The T20 League of the Board of Control for Cricket in India can be restricted from holding the Indian Premier League 2020. The  IPL Tournament, to be played from March 29 to May 24, may be hit by  Corona. An Plea has been documented in the Madras High Court.

As indicated by the applicant,or by the World Health Organization (WHO), up until this point, there is no particular medication for the crown infection (COVID-19) or avoidance treatment for its risk. As per the candidate, the crown infection is spreading quick everywhere throughout the world and it is making a plague like circumstance.

IPL tournament may be hit by Corona. An plea has been recorded in the Madras High Court.

The Italy Federation League is probably the most seasoned group on the planet and was gravely influenced by it. Until 3 April, football was being played in shut entryways by the Italian government and no onlookers were permitted to visit the grounds. The candidate said that he has sent an introduction to the specialists not to permit the BCCI to hold the IPL T20 cricket matches. There was no response to this, when he proceeded to document an application.


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All Franchisees Including Dhoni’s CSK Annoyed With BCCI

All franchises are sad with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) decided to revert to the old contract when it comes to the prize money for franchises from the playoffs stage onwards.

Sources  say that – Delhi Capitals was the first franchise to take up the issue and now all eight have decided to take up the matter with Ganguly.

The group of Delhi Capitals was the initiator of the contradiction. After it said that all the franchisees would be influenced by this choice, different establishments consented to converse with the BCCI.

The proprietors of the IPL groups will sign the letter and afterward it will be sent to Chairman of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, BCCI, Ganguly. The greatest issue the letter will collect is the IPL prize cash decrease by half. A source stated, “indeed while settling on this choice, we were not by any means educated about it. We came to think about this after the news showed up in the media.”

Has the letter been sent to BCCI? To this inquiry, the source stated, “It is prepared and will reach BCCI president Sourav Ganguly in the following 24 hours. Six franchisees have consented to it while Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings have been educated and they will unquestionably concur. We talked via telephone and through messages. It is hard to converse with the proprietors of the considerable number of establishments together.”

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  • The prize can be much less and now the price of every match can be extra.
  • Lack of money in IPL? Half of the champion’s prize money
  • The value of internet hosting the match additionally elevated, now the state affiliation will get 50 lakhs for every match

IPL 2020 Winner Losses 10 crore

IPL 2020: Prize cash for champion, next in line, and season finisher qualifiers cut significantly, no business class flights for mid-level BCCI workers.

BCCI has decided to implement strict cost-cutting measures with the notable decision being IPL champions’ prize money will be halved as compared to 2019.

The champions will get ₹10 crore instead of ₹20 crore. The runners-up will get ₹6.25 crore instead of ₹12.5 crore.

There is no IPL Ceremony in 2020, only an announcement for ipl held. Last time the money of IPL Opening Ceremony 30 crore was donated to pulwama martyreds.


The Ipl Champion Team Will Now Receive Rs 10 Crore Only

A senior BCCI source said “The establishments are all healthy. They additionally have various ways like sponsorships to reinforce their pay. Henceforth the choice on prize cash taken,”

However, a state association hosting IPL games will get Rs 1 crore each with franchises and BCCI contributing Rs 50 lakh each.

It has also been learnt that mid-level BCCI employees won’t be allowed to avail business class flights like earlier times for flying to the Asian countries (Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, UAE) where the flying time is less than eight hours.