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Michael Vaughan Has Come Up With A Very Good Solution For IPL 2020

It is almost certain that the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) will not be played in March-April-May window. The massive outbreak of the coronavirus has led to a total lockdown in India and there is no chance that the government will allow BCCI to play any kind of cricket in India.

This has led to many discussions in the cricketing world because IPL is the most lucrative and successful domestic T20 league in the world and players from all big playing nations take part in it. The newly elected president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Mr. Sourav Ganguly is under a lot of pressure and it is being reported that the board will make an official call on this very soon.

Meanwhile, an Australian journalist Mr. Peter Lalor came up with an interesting suggestion for IPL 2020.

Peter Lalor tweeted: “Here’s a thought. T20 World Cup in Oz abandoned because of obvious difficulties with players flying in. Quarantines etc. BCCI swoops and plays IPL in that Oct-Nov window. CA will let players compete knowing it needs India to tour in summer. What do you think?”

Former England cricket team captain Michael Vaughan also shared his view on the situation and offered a very good solution to the BCCI.

Vaughan tweeted: “Here’s a thought .. The IPL is played for the 5 weeks leading up to the T20 World Cup in Oz .. all players use it as the great warm up for the WC .. then the WC happens .. So important for the game that the IPL takes place but also the WC ..”

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