BCCI President Sourav Ganguly says Domestic Cricket will start from 1 January

BCCI President Sourav Ganguly says Domestic Cricket will start from 1 January

The Board of Control for Cricket in India’s (BCCI) president Sourav Ganguly says on Saturday that domestic cricket season will start from 1 January. The Board of Control for Cricket in India’s Apex Council was doing a meeting on Sunday evening on discussing about the domestic cricket calendar and on this day they were invested lots of time in this topic. During this COVID-19 pandemic its such a difficult task for them.

Sourav Ganguly said that, “We have had broad conversations on domestic cricket season and we have probably chosen to begin the competitive domestic cricket match from 1 January 2021. The BCCI won’t have the option to oblige all domestic competitions for functional purposes. We will positively have the undeniable Ranji Trophy tournament. It will presumably not be impossible to hold all competitions. Sourav Ganguly is indicating that BCCI is peering toward the January-March month for Ranji Trophy. The BCCI president additionally guaranteed that junior and women’s cricket tournament will be held in March and April.”

“Australia cricket board has sent a schedule to BCCI and we talked about the procedure of that schedule. The Indian team will play four Test matches and that will end in January’s third week and they will be also playing three ODIs and three T20I match. The England series is four months away. We actually have time for that. We are checking the circumstance the situation Coronavirus which is pretty worse and will accept a call as needs be.” He added.

The BCCI will host the series in India and they had already chosen 3 grounds that are Kolkata, Ahmedabad and Dharamsala. They have chosen UAE as a second option.