This yr’s version of the Bangladesh Premier League may not be held because of Covid-19 pandemic, Bangladesh Cricket Board president Nazmul Hasan has showed.
“BPL isn’t going down this yr,” Cricbuzz quoted Nazmul as telling the newshounds on the release of the inaugural version of the three-team 50-over event on the Sher-e-Bangla Nationwide Stadium on Sunday. “Let’s have a look at it in subsequent yr. We don’t wish to leave out any recreation however the entirety depends upon the placement and cases,” he added.
In line with Hasan, one of the most primary causes for the franchise-based T20 event now not being held this yr is the unavailability of overseas avid gamers.
The BCB leader additionally dominated out the potential of staging the event in a foreign country because of monetary constraints. “I don’t believe it’ll be simple (organise the event out of doors). I let you know, after we move to run in Bangladesh (BPL), with the exception of for one or two franchises, the remainder of us have a troublesome time to play the event,” he stated.
“I heard it as of late the bio-security belt must be created out of doors say in the United Kingdom or even in Dubai for the IPL as neatly and I don’t believe it’s conceivable for any person. It’s virtually unattainable for us to spend a lot cash,” he added.
The 13th version of the cash-rich Indian Premier League is these days being performed within the United Arab Emirates in a bio-secure setting for the reason that Covid-19 scenario in India.