The eight-team league was postponed indefinitely on Tuesday after a number of personnel examined constructive for COVID-19 following bubble breaches in two venues.
Warwickshire, Surrey and the Marylebone Cricket Membership (MCC) have supplied to host the IPL’s remaining 31 matches in September, in keeping with a report in cricinfo.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan final month mentioned he was eager to convey the profitable league, which attracts worldwide cricket’s high gamers, to town.
“We are going to discover all of the choices and see when it is possible to play these matches and take a name on the proper time,” BCCI treasurer Arun Singh Dhumal mentioned by phone.
“Their supply has not been mentioned but. It is too early.”
“Proper now, our speedy plan is finalise the preparation for the Twenty20 World Cup in India later this yr.”
Dhumal mentioned the curiosity to stage IPL matches was indicative of its recognition overseas.
“IPL is big, and all people desires to host IPL matches. It has a large fan following even outdoors India.”
BCCI officers have acknowledged how troublesome it could possibly be to squeeze within the remaining IPL matches in an already crowded calendar.
The franchises imagine it could possibly be in September, simply earlier than the Twenty20 World Cup is scheduled to happen in a pandemic-ravaged India.
Royal Challengers Bangalore shared a staff video on their Twitter feed on Friday wherein chairman Anand Kripalu informed the gamers the BCCI had “indicated” the match would resume in September.
“We belief the BCCI will clearly collect as a lot data as they’ll when that window round September and clearly maintain us all knowledgeable,” Bangalore’s Director of Cricket Operation Mike Hesson mentioned in that video.
“We’ll be a part of the decision-making course of as nicely, simply to ensure that when it is rescheduled, the gamers and all people concerned are in a secure surroundings.”