IPL postponed due to the Covid-19 threat!

Indian Premier League (IPL) was scheduled to start on 29th March 2020 at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai with the defending champions Mumbai Indians playing against Chennai Super Kings. All the teams of the IPL started their preparation camps at their home bases in anticipation of the IPL 2020. But just the excitement of the IPL was at its all-time high among the fans and players alike, the tournament was postponed to 15th April 2020 due to the outbreak of a deadly global pandemic called Covid-19 that has killed thousands of people all over the world. This news sent shockwaves among the Indian fans as they wanted to see their favorite stars go at it in the IPL after a wait of nearly 10 months. For betting purposes, you can still go to the Bhaiji website and check out the latest details of the tournament with the IPL betting tips free.

Although the security of the players, fans, and officials was understood by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and the IPL governing council on 13th March 2020 as they decided to closely monitor the Covid-19 while postponing the tournament. In a press release, the BCCI said that they are concerned and sensitive about all its stakeholders and public health in general, and they are taking all the necessary steps to ensure that all the people related to the IPL including the fans have a safe cricketing experience.

They further stated that they will work closely with the Government of India along with the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and all other relevant Central and State Government departments in regards to the IPL and Covid-19 impact on it. Over the last couple of weeks, the IPL team franchise owners, IPL governing council members, and BCCI officials are in regular contact with each other in meetings and online to find a suitable solution to host the IPL after 15th April in India or during the rainy season in neutral venues. In case the IPL begins next month, we at Bhaiji have the online IPL betting tips available for you to avail and prepare for betting on the tournament.

In terms of the money, the cancellation of the IPL will result in huge financial losses to all the stakeholders of the IPL including the BCCI, players, sponsors, broadcasters, cricket grounds and most importantly the fans. For that reason, everyone is hoping that the global pandemic known as the Covid-19 subsides quickly and the sports take center stage once again. As of the latest reports circulating in the news, the officials of the BCCI, IPL governing council, and the franchise owners are going to discuss the prospects of the tournament on the 24th March 2020 and decide whether the IPL 13 will be played or not. Bhaiji is going to provide the latest information from that conference call on the website, and in case the tournament is back-on then you can avail the IPL betting tips here at very inexpensive prices.

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