Ashley Giles, managing director of the English team, had no plans for England and Wales Cricket (ECB) to change the schedule for the English Premier League (IPL) in 2021. The 14th edition of IPL looks like this: Playing in the UAE from September 15th to October 15th, BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket in India) is looking at the cash-rich league’s 25th window.
A source who spoke with ANI said BCCI plans to host 31 games within 25 days if the COVID-19 situation is in control. “We have to make all the plans with the current situation of COVID-19 in mind, but for example, we are tentatively looking at the period from September 15th to October 15th. We think we have 25 days to complete the league. “The source said.
Ashley Giles to the media
Giles admitted that few players would take a break at that stage, but “the intention to give the men a break would be that they wouldn’t move to another place to play cricket.” Insisted. ESPNcricinfo said, “We should take some of these relaxed in some respects, but the intention to provide rest to people like Bangladesh is that they move to another place. I don’t play cricket matches, “Giles quoted. “We need to manage the schedule now. We want our team to arrive in the best possible way for the T20 World Cup and Re,” he added.
India and England will lock the corner in a five-game test series starting in August. Giles also confirmed that there are no plans to reschedule the England Series. “Nothing is officially known and there is no request to change anything,” Giles said. As for what we’re gearing up for, the match takes place on the spot. It is not surprising that various speculations abound.
Everyone wants to get their hands on cricket. But we didn’t get the official one, we continue to work hard. “We have an exact date. After completing the five tests in September, we will head to Bangladesh on September 19th or 20th. We have an entire schedule, including where Pakistan and the T20 World Cup are located.” He added.