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Corona: Important meeting of BCCI to be held on May 29, may discuss T20 World Cup

A BCCI source said that "The ICC will meet on 1 June and before that, we will have our own meeting on 29 May, to discuss the situation in Corona and to emphasize all measures to monitor the T20 World Cup." will be given. The T20 World Cup will be held in India in October-November. "

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The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has called an important meeting on 29 May. In this meeting, there can be a discussion about hosting the T20 World Cup. The T20 World Cup may be held in the months of October and November amidst the corona epidemic. This meeting of the BCCI is being held before the International Cricket Council (ICC) meeting on June 1.

A BCCI source said that “The ICC will meet on 1 June and before that, we will have our own meeting on 29 May, to discuss the situation in Corona and to emphasize all measures to monitor the T20 World Cup.” will be given. The T20 World Cup will be held in India in October-November. “

In the meeting of the High Council, the state associations were asked to prepare for the event keeping an eye on the situation in Corona. So far, nine venues have been selected for the event – Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Kolkata, New Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Dharamshala, and Lucknow.

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Sources said, “Nine venues have been informed and it has been discussed again that the preparation for the showpiece event should continue in view of the situation in Corona and asked to watch the event closely. This speculation It is too early to do what may or will happen in October-November in relation to the Corona situation, but preparations will continue. “

Apart from the T20 World Cup, the international calendar and women’s cricket will also be discussed in this meeting of the BCCI. Confirming the same, sources said, “Yes, apart from the T20 World and the discussions around hosting the showpiece event, the international calendar, as well as women’s cricket, will be discussed in detail.”

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