13 Sep : News Express 24 :-
Since the 2019 Lok Sabha elections and the IPL matches will be held at the same time, the IPL season can go out of India. IPL matches in 2009 and 2014 It was played in Africa and UAE. Since the Lok Sabha elections and the IPL matches will be held at the same time, the central government has shown inability to provide security to these matches. Therefore, the BCCI has decided to move the matches outside India.
At present, the BCCI’s attention is to announce the dates of the election. Because of this, the 2019 IPL will be organized. The IPL matches will be held from April 9 to June 3, and the general elections will be completed by mid-May. BCCI Secretary Sanjay Patel had earlier told the IPL to be a stage in South Africa. There are many other options before the BCI, Patel said.
Earlier in 2009 and 2014, the IPL was played out of India earlier. The matches were played in South Africa in 2009 and the UAE in 2014 in the UAE. So, the 2019 IPL is also likely to be out of India. These matches can be played in the same two countries or in 2 different countries. This talk of England is happening in this. Playing in England can make it more expensive. Since the UAE has three grounds, the more trend is on the African side.