New Delhi, Sep 22 (IANS) The Indian Head Association (IPL) will get back to its unique structure pre-Coronavirus, home-and-away organization from the 2023 season, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly affirmed in a letter addressed to the state affiliations.
Since the episode of Coronavirus in 2022, IPL has been either played beyond India or in restricted settings in the country for the last three versions because of the limitations.
Be that as it may, with the pandemic circumstance improving as time passes, and things “returning to business as usual”, the IPL will get back to its old configuration in which each group plays one home and one away match.
“The following time of men’s IPL will likewise return to the home and away configuration with every one of the ten groups playing their home matches at their assigned settings,” Ganguly wrote in the letter to state units.
The letter additionally gave data about the continuous homegrown season.
Prominently, the BCCI is directing an undeniable homegrown season interestingly beginning around 2020 and all multi-day competitions will likewise get back to the customary home and away organization.
“I’m glad to impart to you that we are returning to business as usual. You should know that this year we will have the as-expected undeniable homegrown season for all age gatherings and the games will be facilitated all around the country,” the letter additionally read.
“It is truly cheering to see the help that the BCCI has gotten from every one of its individuals throughout the course of recent years. I’m certain the pandemic is behind us, and we as a whole presently anticipate a more certain future,” it added.
The Hardik Pandya drove Gujrat Titans had brought home IPL 2022 championship in their presentation time of the money rich association.