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Monday, September 17, 2018

Reports: IPL 2019 to be shifted out of India

IPL 2019 to be shifted out of India
IPL 2019 may shifted to out of INDIA
The twelfth period of the Indian Premier League (IPL) could well be played outside India, if the dates of the month and a half long competition conflicts with that of the general races. This isn't the first occasion when that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is wanting to arrange the money rich competition outside the nation.

The IPL was held in South Africa in the 2009 and in 2014 the principal half of the competition was held in the UAE. In both these years, the IPL moved out of the nation as the dates conflicted with general races.

Talking only with the Hindustan Times, IPL Chairman Rajeev Shukla said that the load up is sitting tight for the declaration of the dates for the general races, after which a choice will be taken.

"In the event that the dates of the general races conflict with those of the Indian Premier League, at that point the competition will be held outside the nation. Yet, starting at now, we are sitting tight for the dates to choose how to proceed with the planning," Shukla said.

IPL is the greatest cash spinner for the Indian cricket board, with official telecaster Star Sports spending an astounding Rs 16,347.50 crore ($2.55 billion) to secure the worldwide media privileges of the competition for a time of 5 years in September 2017.

Gotten some information about the feasible alternatives to have competition on the off chance that it must be moved out of the nation, Shukla stated, "The experience of facilitating the IPL in the UAE was splendid and that choice is unquestionably there. Be that as it may, another alternative could be South Africa. Like I said previously, the call will be taken remembering the general races and its dates."

Chennai Super Kings driven by MS Dhoni won the competition in 2018, with the establishment making a rebound to the alliance subsequent to serving a two-year boycott. The competition pulls in gigantic number of fans from the nation over both to the stadiums and also to the TV screens.

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