IPL 2021 has been indefinitely suspended due to an outbreak of COVID-19 within its bio-secure bubble. (Photo Credit- Twitter))

  • Sourav Ganguly insists that holding IPL was not a mistake
  • IPL 2021 was suspended after players tested positive for COVID-19
  • Due to the tight schedule, rescheduling the tournament was difficult

.Sydney NSW, Australia
Australian batsman Steve Smith played for Delhi Capitals the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021. (Photo Credit: PTI)

  • Cricket Australia said that the BCCI is working to arrange a charter flight for IPL's Australian recruits
  •  The IPL has an Australian contingent of 40 members
  • It includes players, coaching staff and commentators

.Kolkata, West Bengal, India
RCB is one of the table toppers in this season (Photo Credits: PTI Photo)

  • Franchises and the stakeholeders insisted that cricket can wait while the country fights the COVID-19 crisis
  • The mega T20 tournament was suspended abruptly after multiple COVID-19 cases were reported
  • Royal Challengers Banglore said that they supported the decision

.New Delhi, Delhi, India
BCCI suspends IPL, due to breach in bio-bubble, until further notice (Photo Credits: PTI)

  • The BCCI stands to lose over Rs 2,000 crore of the broadcast and sponsorship money earmarked for this year's Indian Premier League
  • The BCCI was forced to postpone the IPL after multiple cases of COVID-19 among players and support staff emerged
  • The biggest loss for BCCI is the money it gets from Star Sports for the broadcast rights of the tournament

.New Delhi, Delhi, India
BCCI has currently suspended IPL until further notice (Photo Credits: PTI Photo)

  • MI, RCB and PBKS released a statement saying that they are working closely with the BCCI to make travel arrangements for the players
  • BCCI had taken the responsibility for every players safe return to their homes
  • IPL has been currently suspended until further notice because of the breach in the bio-bubble

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.Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
World T20 is scheduled to start in October in India. (Photo Credit: AP/PTI)

  • We are still hopeful that with five months left, we will be in a position to host World T20: BCCI
  • The ICC event could be held in five cities instead of originally nine short-listed venues
  • UAE is the back-up option for the tournament