The widespread Twenty20 league was suspended indefinitely final week after a number of personnel examined constructive for COVID-19. India reported 366,161 new COVID-19 infections on Monday, taking the caseload to 22.66 million.
Sourav Ganguly, head of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), advised Sportstar journal that COVID-19 restrictions meant it was unattainable to stage the remaining games in India.
“There are lots of organisational hazards like 14-day quarantine. It can’t happen in India,” Ganguly mentioned.
“This quarantine is tough to handle. Too early to say how we can find a slot to complete the IPL.”
Warwickshire, Surrey and the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) are eager to host the remaining matches in September, however a BCCI official advised Reuters on Friday they have been but to debate the supply.
The complete 2020 event was played in the United Arab Emirates due to the pandemic.
Ganguly additionally mentioned India would play three one-dayers and 5 Twenty20 Internationals in Sri Lanka in July although the BCCI is prone to area a second-string squad.
Virat Kohli’s aspect are because of depart for England in early June for the World Test Championship closing in Southampton in opposition to New Zealand. They will then play a five-test sequence in opposition to England.