Sri Lanka Cricket Board proposes BCCI to host IPL in their country

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The number of Corona victims is increasing in India right now, with the world jumping right now. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced a lockdown across the country to pull the tide over the coroner attack in India. All sports in the country are closed, as well as cricket, for this lockdown. In such a situation, doubts have been raised about the IPL being held this year. IPL has been suspended indefinitely by BCCI.

The IPL was supposed to start this year from March 29, but the BCCI had postponed the IPL till April 15 due to the spread of the Corona virus across the country. But the situation is only getting worse at the moment, which is why the Indian government has announced a 19-day lockdown. In such a situation, uncertainty over IPL launch has been created. That is why the Sri Lankan Cricket Board proposed to the BCCI that this time the Sri Lankan Cricket Board wants to hold IPL in their own country.

In India, where the number of coronary cases has exceeded twelve thousand, the number of coronary cases in Sri Lanka is only 263, and in Sri Lanka only 7 have died due to coronary disease. That is why the Sri Lankan Cricket Board thinks that the country will be free from Corona long before India. That is why they suggested to the Indian Cricket Board that the Sri Lanka Cricket Board want to hold IPL in their country. Now the decision is entirely dependent on the BCCI.

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