1. “It's a very difficult situation and there's nothing you can do about it,” says BCCI President Sourav Ganguly  Royal Challengers Bangalore
  2. Dean Jones picks his favourite league between IPL and PSL  CricTracker
  3. Mithali Raj urges BCCI to start women's IPL from 2021  India Today
  4. IPL cancellation on cards after three-week lockdown, Olympic postponement  Deccan Herald
  5. COVID-19: BCCI to 'wait and watch' before taking decision on IPL  Times of India
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After the Govrnment of India announced a full nationwide lockdown for 21 days, the fate of IPL remains uncertain.After the Govrnment of India announced a full nationwide lockdown for 21 days, the fate of IPL remains uncertain.

“It’s a very difficult situation and there’s nothing you can do about it,” says BCCI President Sourav Ganguly

The Indian Premier League (IPL) has been the marquee event in the cricketing calendar. Majority of the cricketing boards make sureJones is the head coach of the Karachi Kings in the PSL.

Dean Jones picks his favourite league between IPL and PSL

Those living alone during long periods of isolation will have their mental health closely watched by CA | ESPNcricinfo.comThose living alone during long periods of isolation will have their mental health closely watched by CA | ESPNcricinfo.com

'Have to keep an eye' on players and staff living alone - Justin Langer | ESPNcricinfo.com

The cancellation of this year's IPL looks inevitable with the BCCI under tremendous pressure after the declaration of a 21-day nationwide lockdown to contain the deadly COVID-19 pandemic. When the BCCI postponed the IPL to April 15 earlier this month, it said conducting the tournament would only come into the picture if the pandemic subsides. However, there hasn't been anyThe cancellation of this year's IPL looks inevitable with the BCCI under tremendous pressure after the declaration of a 21-day nationwide lockdown to contain the deadly COVID-19 pandemic. When the

IPL cancellation on cards after three-week lockdown, Olympic postponement | Deccan Herald

“✅ 5 of the biggest controversies in the IPL - Indian Premier League ✅ On The Rise with a very young man named Pravin Tambe ✅ Updates on this year's ROLAND-GARROS on Sports Wrap So much goodness on Thursday's episode of #AakashVani. Full episode here: https://t.co/XIIvCTtGNw https://t.co/XDqUh77Dbm”

Aakash Chopra on Twitter: "✅ 5 of the biggest controversies in the IPL - Indian Premier League ✅ On The Rise with a very young man named Pravin Tambe ✅ Updates on this year's ROLAND-GARROS on Sports Wrap So much goodness on Thursday's episode of #AakashVani. Full episode here: https://t.co/XIIvCTtGNw… https://t.co/IEyGqlu5ei"

“Seems Dinsey+ India launch is heavily tied to the Indian Premier League cricket tournament. https://t.co/1bI4WPAAvL via @variety”

Saqib Shah on Twitter: "Seems Dinsey+ India launch is heavily tied to the Indian Premier League cricket tournament. https://t.co/1bI4WPAAvL via @variety"

England all-rounder Ben Stokes says he is gearing up for a return to the competitive arena in just three weeks with the Indian Premier League still scheduled to go ahead.England all-rounder Ben Stokes says he is gearing up for a return to the competitive arena in just three weeks with the Indian Premier League still scheduled to go ahead.

Ben Stokes preparing for Indian Premier League to go ahead as planned | Cricket News | Sky Sports

India is currently on lockdown.India is currently on lockdown.

Ben Stokes preparing for IPL to go ahead as planned next month | Largs and Millport Weekly News

Mithali Raj said that BCCI must not wait for much longer to start an IPL for women and rather should start the T20 tournament from 2021 onwards.Mithali Raj said that BCCI must not wait for much longer to start an IPL for women and rather should start the T20 tournament from 2021 onwards.

Mithali Raj urges BCCI to start women's IPL from 2021 - Sports News

Cricket News: The BCCI has decided to "wait and watch" how the current situation amid coronavirus crisis evolves and will accordingly take action regarding the upcoCricket News: The BCCI has decided to "wait and watch" how the current situation amid coronavirus crisis evolves and will accordingly take action regarding the upco

IPL 2020 News: BCCI to 'wait and watch' before taking decision on IPL | Cricket News - Times of India

Today, we take a look at the three overseas players from the Indian Premier League (IPL), who have played for just one team in their entire careers.Today, we take a look at the three overseas players from the Indian Premier League (IPL), who have played for just one team in their entire careers.

IPL 2020: 3 Overseas Players Who've Represented Only IPL Franchise

Today, we take a look at the three overseas players from the Indian Premier League (IPL), who have played for just one team in their entire careers.Today, we take a look at the three overseas players from the Indian Premier League (IPL), who have played for just one team in their entire careers.

IPL 2020: 3 Overseas Players Who’ve Represented Only IPL Franchise

Former Australia cricketer Dean Jones was asked to choose between the Indian Premier League (IPL) and the Pakistan Super League (PSL).Former Australia cricketer Dean Jones was asked to choose between the Indian Premier League (IPL) and the Pakistan Super League (PSL).

In 2019, a three-team women’s tournament was held featuring sides called IPL Velocity, IPL Trailblazers and IPL Supernovas.In 2019, a three-team women’s tournament was held featuring sides called IPL Velocity, IPL Trailblazers and IPL Supernovas.

‘BCCI shouldn’t wait forever’: Mithali Raj wants women’s IPL next year - cricket - Hindustan Times

The BCCI should really consider postponing the IPL now. As a premier event, we need to act with great responsibility. Contemplation of IPL is inhuman ri...The BCCI should really consider postponing the IPL now. As a premier event, we need to act with great responsibility. Contemplation of IPL is inhuman ri...

Covid-19: IPL cancellation on cards after three-week lockdown and Olympic postponement - News | Khaleej Times

India ODI captain Mithali Raj has said BCCI should not "wait forever" to organise the women's Indian Premier League (IPL), and believes the inaugural tournament should be held in 2021. She also said that the women's IPL, unlike the men's edition, could initially be on a "smaller scale".India ODI captain Mithali Raj has said BCCI should not "wait forever" to organise the women's Indian Premier League (IPL), and believes the inaugural tournament should be held in 2021. She also said that the women's IPL, unlike the men's edition, could initially be on a "smaller scale".

Can't Wait Forever, BCCI Should Start Women's IPL by 2021: Mithali

IPL 2020 'highly unlikely' to be staged this year as coronavirus causes lockdown in IndiaIPL 2020 'highly unlikely' to be staged this year as coronavirus causes lockdown in India

IPL 2020 'highly unlikely' to be staged this year due to coronavirus | - GeoSuper.tv