BCCI informed about the training of Indian players

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) discussed the resumption of training of players, but the Board believes that it will be able to come out by the end of June whether the players can return to the field. Players from several countries have started training after the Coronavirus epidemic, including players from Sri Lanka, England and the Australian team, but so far the practice session of Indian players remains sceptical.

A BCCI source said to ANI, “We will shift players to a place when there is 100 per cent confidence. For training, NCA has been discussed. We can explore other options as well, State restrictions on travel and monsoon have to be taken into consideration before a decision is made. ” BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal also said that the Bangalore National Cricket Academy (NCA) is being discussed to train the players.

The source added, “We should be able to pull something by the end of June. The cricketers are waiting to get back on the field. It’s been a long time since the game was called off, but right now we have a resume Preparing a concrete plan. ” Please tell that due to the Corona virus, the sports world has suffered a lot worldwide, but now everything is slowly coming back on track.

Due to this epidemic, all events have been cancelled and postponed, including the Olympics. At the same time, the Indian Premier League, which is to be held every year in India, has to be postponed until the next order this year. Not only this, the proposed T20 World Cup in October and November in Australia is also in balance, on which the ICC has to take a decision on 10 June.


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