The Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI), looking forward to every possible way to organize the Indian Premier League (IPL), might suffer a massive blow after the thirteen COVID-19 positive cases have been swift to fourteen cases.
One more COVID-19 positive, one more source of tension for the world’s richest cricket board. Despite the rising cases in Dubai, the board is not in favour of giving up. For the reason, they have received the utmost criticism as people believe money preference here over the health of the contestants.
IPL 2020: COVID-19 cases rise to 14, trouble for BCCI
Earlier, as many as thirteen participants of the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) were tested positive that created worrying scenarios and disturbance among the franchises. It was also an alarming sign for CSK as they were falling short of players after Raina had left and speculations are made for Harbhajan’s absence as well. It might be all okay as according to the reliable reports, the next result has been negative for all and one more is remaining to eligible for practising sessions.
Also, a social activist wrote a letter to the relevant bodies requesting to scrap up the league following the worst health circumstances and shift the league somewhere inconvenient times.
On the contrary, BCCI has revealed that each franchise will earn 150 Crore. It might be the reason to stick for organizing rather than giving up. Opined, scrapping up shall be prior to it considering everyone’s health.
However, the formal schedule has not been revealed yet after the COVID-19 cases have strike. Troubling BCCI is likely to reveal it officially on Thursday or Friday’s evening. The event is eager to be kicked off on 19th September in full-fledge neglecting health concerns.