IPL 2020 Likely to be Played in Empty Stadiums: Sourav Ganguly
GUWAHATI: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is all set to host the Indian Premier League (IPL) in empty stadiums if necessary, said the Board’s president Sourav Ganguly.
In his letter to all affiliated members of the body, he said that the BCCI is working on all feasible options of making the tournament happen, including measures like playing in empty stadiums.
The BCCI president also announced that all cricket activities including training and competitive cricket might resume in the next two months.
The BCCI is also developing a COVID-19 Standard Operation Procedure (SOP) for all State Cricket Associations, which will help associations to resume cricket in their respective areas too.