Domestic cricket season to begin with Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy on January 10, 2021

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Domestic cricket season to begin with Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy on January 10, 2021

 

 

 

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is ready to begin the domestic cricket season to begin with Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy on January 10, 2021

In a communication to the state of our bodies – which accessed – the BCCI secretary Jay Shah has mentioned that the event will finish on January 31 in a bio-secure environment.

The groups will assemble of their respective bio-hubs on January 2 and begin making ready for the season.

Despite the fact that Shah’s letter doesn’t specify the small print of the venues for the event,  it could possibly be performed in six bio-bubbles throughout zones.

“The BCCI will subsequently search additional suggestions from the members on organising additional home event/tournaments and a call will probably be taken after the group stage of Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. The members are requested to issue a subsequent event of their planning and make preparations accordingly,” Shah wrote within the letter.

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{that a} name on whether the Ranji Trophy could possibly be held will probably be taken after the T20 event relying on how issues pan out.

One of many state unit officers mentioned that they’re awaiting particulars. “We’re ready for particulars from the Board as to what’s to be completed next. We’re awaiting readability on the bio-bubbles and the way they need us to go about it,” a state unit chief advised this publication.

A few weeks in the past, the Board had written to the state our bodies looking for their choice of tournaments. Retaining the security protocols in thoughts, most associations had opted for the restricted overs event.

The Mushtaq Ali Trophy has been most well-liked as a result of the BCCI plans to carry a mega public sale for the Indian Premier League in February, with two groups being added to the listing. And the Board insiders really feel that due to logistical points, the second event could possibly be the Vijay Hazare Trophy.

“There are nonetheless quite a lot of protocols in place in varied states, so it will be a problem to host the Ranji Trophy, whereas Mushtaq Ali and Vijay Hazare Trophy takes much less time, so perhaps the Board can consider simply organising the shorter tournaments this season,” a state affiliation secretary mentioned.

Switch dates extended

“The Board has prolonged the deadline for inter-State switch and registration of visitor players until December 20.”

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