The wrong report of British media about BCCI busted, Truth revealed after clarification of England Cricket Board

The wrong report of British Media about BCCI busted, Truth revealed after clarification of England Cricket Board

The ECB said that the plan of the Cricket Board of India is currently to follow the already scheduled schedule.

ECB: Printed reports on BCCI is incorrect

British Media about BCCI

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has falsely published a report in the British media about the BCCI. According to the British media, the BCCI had requested the ECB to conduct the 5 Test matches series a week in advance, instead of August 4, so that the IPL 2021 matches could be held. However, now the ECB has come forward by itself and has rejected this report. According to the England Cricket Board, the BCCI has not officially made any request to them to reduce the gap in the 5-Test series.

The ECB said that the plan of the Cricket Board of India is currently to follow the schedule already set. Any change in it has not been officially done on their behalf. The ECB spokesperson told PTI that, “Our talk is constantly with BCCI about a lot of things.” We also discuss the challenges arising from the corona. However, no official request from him has ever been made regarding the change in the dates of the Test series. ”

In the column of The Times, Earthton wrote about the BCCI.

If the remaining matches of IPL 2021 are not organized, then the BCCI will suffer a loss of about 2500 crore rupees. After Corona entered into Biobubble, the IPL had to be postponed this year. In his column written by The Times, former England captain Michael Earthton wrote to the ECB urging the BCCI. He wrote that BCCI is trying to find an opportunity to organize IPL 2021 by shortening England Summer.

BCCI also refuses to urge ECB

When the officials of BCCI were approached in this regard, they also denied any official request from the ECB. He said that the situation is difficult. We are constantly looking for options. But no official request from ECB has been made to reduce the gap in the test series.

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