Ganguly said “first Priority is to play cricket series against England (Morgan XI) in India. We will try to play this on home grounds.
BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has believed that the Indian board will do the whole thing it can to make sure that the series against English cricket team in January and March 2021 is held in India and the home competitions start at some stage in spite of the pandemic Covid-19 circumstances.
The benefit in UAE is they have three stadiums (Sharjah, Abu Dhabi and Dubai),” in a media talk addressing assumption that the United Arab Emirates could crowd the series certain the Covid-19 situation in India, which has continued to deteriorate.
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The BCCI had freshly signed a letter of sympathetic with the Emirates Cricket Board for greater collaboration in conducting matches in UAE. “We as well have the alike capability in Wankhede, Mumbai and DY Patil. In addition, we have Eden Gardens [in Kolkata],” President Sourav said. “We should have to create a bubble. We want to hold our cricket in India, that’s where the game is, that’s where the spirit is. But we are monitoring the COVID condition.
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“The whole thing is fluid. It’s been hard for the last six months to keep everything in regulating. You want your cricket to happen. You wish for lives to get back to regular, there are players involved. But we also want to have a close look at the COVID-19 situation.”
In the usual situation, the domestic period would have by now started in India. In 2019-20, the BCCI had hosted 2036 domestic matches across various age groups in the men’s and women’s categories, but creating a bio-bubble for so many teams diagonally the country would be next to not possible given the virus danger.
“We are monitoring it,” he told. “BCCI wants to have our domestic cricket season. We have all the combinations and situations prepared in our mind. Management will try and make it happen as much as we can.”