Sourav Ganguly said as quoted by The Hindustan Times, “If at all, IPL does happen, we don’t know where it could happen. India would certainly like to host the event, provided the environment is safe. Right now, we are not in a position to say anything. It is too early,”
He signed off saying “We are yet to officially discuss the IPL schedule. But it depends on the safety of the environment. Saving human life and breaking the coronavirus chain is more important for all of us.”Also Read: T20 World Cup Could Be Moved to 2021
An increase in coronavirus cases in India forced the BCCI to postpone the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League to April 15. The BCCI then further postponed the IPL indefinitely as the Indian government increased the lockdown on the country.
As the coronavirus cases are increasing rapidly in India, there are chances that IPL can think of hosting the league in some other country. Countries like UAE and Sri Lanka have even sent proposals to the BCCI for organizing the Indian Premier League in their country.