Star Australia pacer Pat Cummins said on Wednesday that the Indian Premier League (IPL) would be an “incredible fit” if the T20 World Cup is delayed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The T20 World Cup is scheduled to occur in Australia in October and November, however due to the coronavirus pandemic the worldwide competition is in question.
“That would be decent … the IPL would be an extraordinary fit,” Cummins told correspondents, as cited by wwos.nine.com.au.
“You have millions and millions around the globe watching that organization and I’m certain this year might be considerably progressively after a long sever cricket,” said Cummins who was roped in by Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) for an incredible Rs 15.5 crores.
“There’s a ton of reasons why I need it to proceed, yet the fundamental one is it’s an extraordinary competition,” included the 27-year old No.1 positioned Test bowler.
IANS had before revealed that the BCCI is taking a gander at an end-September to early-November window for the money rich alliance.
It is normal that a choice on the T20 World Cup will be taken when the International Cricket Council’s board holds a video chat meeting on Thursday.
The thirteenth version of the IPL has been deferred for the time being expected the COVID-19 pandemic which has carried the world to a stop.