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Friday, April 30, 2021

T20 World Cup could move to UAE, says BCCI

T20 World Cup 2021:  Mega event could be moved to UAE due to COVID-19 ,  BCCI Official.

We will do our best to ensure that the tournament is held in the country, said BBCI Offial Dheeraj Malhotra.

 Twenty20 World Cup 2021 could be moved to the United Arab Emirates if  the COVID-19 second wave situation is becoming more dangerous in India.

 The T20 WC tournament is due to scheduled in October this year, but the COVID death toll in India has passed 200,000, with at least 300,000 new infections every day in the past week.

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 Dhiraj Malhotra, from the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), said he is hopeful India could still host the T20 World Cup.

 "I've just been named one of the tournament directors, so I'm doing everything we can to make sure it happens," said Malhotra, who is general manager for game development with the BCCI.

 "We will be doing normal scenario, and worst case scenario, so with all that we're talking to the ICC at the moment."

  "It would be the UAE. We're hoping again that it would be done by the BCCI. So, we'll take the tournament there, but it'll still be done by the BCCI."

 Malhotra Added

"Indian cricket governing body will go with "common sentiment" on whether the Indian Premier League continues."

 The  #IPL2021 - the world's richest Twenty20 league - is currently taking place in India with the final set for 30 May.

 "There's not been any clear implication of any clear directive that it is bad to host the IPL, or good to host the IPL," Malhotra added.

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