3000 crores loss | BCCI requests if the IPL could be held at gaps between the test series but England refused.

3000 crores loss | BCCI requests if the IPL could be held at gaps between the test series but England refused.

Mumbai: The Board of England has rejected a request by the BCCI to change the schedule of the Test series to host the remaining IPL matches.

The BCCI is adamant that the remaining 31 matches of the IPL should be played somehow. Because the loss will be 3000 crores.

3000 crores loss in IPL matches.

Just 31 matches can’t pass itself off.  Of this, revenue from the BCCI alone is Rs 2,000 crore.  The eight teams have to come up with Rs 1000 crore. 

With three thousand crores.  If these 31 matches were not held, it would be a loss.

India – New Zealand Test series.

Well, let’s get to Matter. The final of the India-New Zealand World Test Championship will be played from June 18 to 22 in Southampton, England.

The Indian cricket team led by Virat Kohli will leave for England on June 2. Following that, match the Test series against England where India are taking part in five matches.

BCCI demand for IPL

In this, it seems that the BCCI has demanded to change the schedule of the England series.

That means the five-Test series against England starts on August 4 and ends on September 14. Matches are to be held in Nottingham, Lord’s, Leeds, The Oval and Old Trafford.

3000 crores loss | BCCI requests if the IPL could be held at gaps between the test series but England refused.
3000 crores loss | BCCI requests if the IPL could be held at gaps between the test series but England refused.

In it, the BCCI is said to have changed the date of the last Test at Old Trafford, which starts on September 10, slightly earlier than July.

With this, it was hoped that the remaining IPL matches could be held there in September. However, the England Cricket Board has denied it.

A spokesman for the England Board said: “We continue to negotiate with the BCCI as we face the challenges of the Covid-19s, but have not received any request to change the dates. There will be no change in the schedule for the five tests.”

Meanwhile, the UK media has reported that the BCCI has put forward a request to change the date.

The Times of London reported, “Officials of the two boards are in constant talks to change the Test series schedule for the IPL matches. Changing it would be a big headache.”

However, a UK board spokesman denied the allegations, ending all speculation. IPL in England The offer option is almost over.