The UAE proposed to the BCCI to host the IPL, and the BCCI stated its position.

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At the moment, the corona virus has spread all over the world. The corona virus has caused an epidemic around the world at the moment. In the exceptional India, the corona virus has spread at a huge rate in India as well. That is why the Board of Control for Cricket in India has decided to postpone the IPL indefinitely. Doubts have been raised about whether the ball will roll in the IPL this time. In such a situation, a proposal was made to the BCCI to host the IPL on behalf of Sri Lanka, but the BCCI rejected the offer. The UAE Cricket Board has proposed to the BCCI to host the IPL this time.

The IPL was scheduled to be held on March 29 this year but at that time the BCCI decided to postpone the IPL till April 15 due to the spread of corona virus around the world. But then the BCCI postponed the IPL indefinitely as the situation was worrying. If the IPL does not happen, the BCCI will have to face huge financial losses. With that in mind, BCCI officials are reluctant to cancel the IPL now.

Earlier, several IPL matches were played in the United Arab Emirates in 2014 due to the Lok Sabha vote in India. And that is why the United Arab Emirates proposed to the BCCI to host the IPL match again. But a BCCI official said international travel was completely closed at the moment. And so no decision has been made yet.

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