The Board of Control for Cricket in India, which is trying to organize the remaining 31 matches of the IPL-14, has received a major setback from the England and Wales Cricket Board. The England and Wales Cricket Board has refused to make any changes in the schedule of the India vs England Test series. At the same time, England players will not be sent for the IPL.
According to reports, ECB Managing Director of Men's Cricket Ashley Giles has given information in this regard. He said that his board would not make any changes in the schedule of the India-England Test series, while also not sending players to play in the Indian Premier League.
ECB Managing Director of Men's Cricket Ashley Giles said the England and Wales Cricket Board wants to give some of its players a rest due to the T20 World Cup and the Ashes series, but that would not mean that English players would go elsewhere. Significantly, the BCCI is making all efforts on its part to organize the remaining matches of IPL-14.