Sports Desk , Edited By: Roshni Singh , Updated on: 07 Dec 2022, 06:19:03 PM
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IPL 2023: In the last stages of IPL 2023, BCCI may get a big blow. In fact, the final match of the World Test Championship (WTC 2023) will be played on June 7 at the Oval in London. For this, players can also be out of the last round of IPL. In such a situation, BCCI will have to get IPL done in advance, because according to ICC rules, no tournament is organized seven days before ICC events.
A BCCI official told InsideSport, ‘We will try to avoid any possible clash with the World Test Championship final. We understand that there could potentially be a problem regarding the availability of players. The final of the World Test Championship is to be played at the Oval in London on 7 June. For this, players can also go out of IPL. Apart from this, there can be a conflict between these two dates. In such a situation, BCCI can conduct the final of IPL by the end of May.
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According to ICC rules, no tournament should be organized 7 days before the ICC event. In such a situation, BCCI will have to get the final of IPL done on or before May 30. The BCCI official said, ‘Yes, we are aware and we are discussing the possible start and end dates. We have not finalized both the dates yet, but it is expected that the IPL will start at the end of March and end by the last week of May.
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Please tell that no date has been fixed for IPL 2023 yet. But it is expected that the IPL will start from March 31 and its final match can be played till May 28. This time the matches of IPL have been increased. Now 74 matches will be played in IPL.
First Published : 07 Dec 2022, 06:19:03 PM
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