Just last week, BCCI had told teams that they weren’t just playing to win but for something greater… “humanity.”
Canceling IPL 2020 is not as easy as it sounds. Megabucks involved shows it’s more than just a league. In fact, it’s the anti-dote for a dented economy.
With a sword of cancellation hanging on the lucrative T20 league due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Rajasthan Royals (RR) franchise is hoping for a shortened IPL 2020 involving only the Indian players.
With a sword of cancellation hanging on IPL 2020 due to the COVID-19 outbreak, MS Dhoni’s India future has started looking bleaker.
The COVID-19 Novel Coronavirus pandemic has already affected the scheduled start of the T20 extravaganza. With the current scenario that prevails, BCCI is looking all set to schedule a truncated IPL 2020 in July.
Team India’s recent tour of New Zealand has been a case of mixed-bag performances. Virat Kohli’s poor form and KL Rahul’s tremendous run have given the fans and media several talking points before the start of high-profile IPL 2020.
Amid growing coronavirus panic, institutions are shutting down and public gatherings are being avoided, putting a huge question mark on India’s biggest sporting event The IPL, scheduled to start on 29th March.
Over the years, the T20 league has been credited for unearthing talents across the globe. With IPL 2020 about to start, it’s time for us to look at some of the IPL players who have turned out to be Indian stars.
With the country’s cricket festival IPL 2020 about to commence, the focus will be on budding Indian cricketers to rise to the occasion and make a strong case for themselves to be future Indian stars.
With some smart and sensible purchases during the auctions, the current champions once again boast of a well-balanced squad leading into the tournament. Let’s see what are the chances of Mumbai Indians defending its IPL title in 2020.