Amidst the Coronavirus outbreak, no cricket is happening nowadays. It is even hard to think of rescheduling the canceled and delayed leagues as no one can say when the situations will get better.
The Indian Premier League (IPL), that was to kick off its thirteenth edition by 29th March, was rescheduled twice or thrice as the lockdown kept on extending. Although, the restrictions and the situations are ease than before and a bit of public movement has been allowed across the globe, so there are chances to league the ahead.
Jack Lush McCrum, the CEO of Rajasthan Royals, is all confident that IPL will go ahead this year.
The zoom meeting was organized where some of the officials from BCCI and Rajasthan Royals spoke. Conclusion, as revealed by Jack, comprises that officials can look for the window of September-November as he was very confident about organizing IPL this year. The COO has put all of his faith in BCCI.
Rajasthan Royals are confident that IPL will take place this year
Jack Lush McCrum: We are confident that IPL will happen this year
“There are a lot of stories in the press, but what I can say based on our conversation with the BCCI is, they are working really hard to find a solution. They are an agile association and can make it happen. We are confident that IPL will happen this year,” Jake Lush McCrum said.
“We are preparing for the September-November window. But nothing has been finalized as of now given the situation at hand. The great thing about BCCI is that they have put together the tournament at very short notice as well in South Africa in 2009, they can do it again,” he added.