Because the 2020/21 version of the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 event reaches its finish on Sunday, the BCCI appears to have taken the choice over the remainder of the cricket calendar for the home season. The board is about to host the Vijay Hazare 50-over event, the senior ladies’s one-dayers and the U-19 Vinoo Mankad Trophy.
In line with ANI, the BCCI secretary Jay Shah wrote a letter to the state associations, stating that the choice was taken with a watch on the coronavirus pandemic and the suggestions from the state cricket our bodies.
“The pandemic has examined each certainly one of us and there’s no life that has stay untouched by it, and whereas it has been troublesome, your help has meant that we now have been in a position to resume each home and worldwide cricket within the males’s class,” Shah wrote, as quoted by ANI.
“As you might be conscious, we now have misplaced quite a lot of time and consequently, it has been troublesome to plan th cricket calendar on account of the precautions which are essential for the protected conduct of the video games.
“Nonetheless, it was extraordinarily necessary for us to make sure that ladies’s cricket takes place and I’m extraordinarily completely happy to tell you that we’re going to conduct the Senior Ladies’s One Day event simultaenously with the Vijay Hazare Trophy and observe it up with the Vinoo Mankad Trophy Underneath-19. This has been determined after having acquired your suggestions on the home season 2020-21.”
The dates are but to be confirmed.
Which means that the Ranji Trophy for the 2020-21 season stands cancelled.
The letter additional said that the Vijay Hazare Trophy will happen earlier than the 2021 version of the Indian Premier League, and Jay Shah additionally hinted at internet hosting a couple of video games earlier than the public sale, which is scheduled to happen on Feburary 18.
The worldwide cricket motion is about to return to India on February 5 when the nation hosts England for a four-match Take a look at collection, adopted by 5 T20Is and three ODIs.