After IPL, BCCI eyes on starting domestic season from November 19! Some players will not be able to participate


The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is planning to start the domestic season with the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy with a possible date of 19 November. Indian players playing from different IPL teams will not be able to play in some of the early rounds due to quarantine rules. A committee headed by Rahul Dravid, the NCA chief, and the rarest batsman, has prepared the schedule for the new season of domestic cricket. It has entrusted this program to the BCCI. The BCCI is likely to announce the start of the domestic season with complete prejudice and rescue, given the Corona infection.

The BCCI believes that from November, the situation arising out of the corona epidemic will begin to return to normal. In such a situation, he can organize Mushtaq Ali Trophy in addition to Ranji Trophy, the world's largest domestic cricket competition after IPL. He has also set a possible time for this. According to the proposed program, Mushtaq Ali can be started from 19 November and Ranji Trophy from 7 December. Apart from this, it can be decided not to hold Vijay Hazare, Deodhar Trophy and Vijay Hazare Trophy this year.

The delay in the home season due to the Coronavirus epidemic means that only the Mushtaq Ali Trophy and Ranji Trophy will be held in which 38 teams will play 245 matches in both formats. There will be no Vijay Hazare Trophy, Duleep Trophy, or Challenger Trophy this year and as of now, there is no plan for the Irani Cup as well. A senior BCCI official, on the condition of anonymity, said, "This is a temporary list which has been prepared and sent to Chairman Sourav Ganguly and Secretary Jai Shah for approval."