England are slated to visit India from January-March for five Tests and a limited-overs series.
BCCI Apex Council to meet on Saturday for discussing quarantine period before Australia, England series
The stated quarantine period of 14 days in Brisbane before the start of the Australia tour, and the venues and formats for the mega home series against England will be discussed at the BCCI Apex Council meeting on Saturday.
Indian domestic season, England series at home on agenda as BCCI apex council set to meet on 17 October
Board president Sourav Ganguly had said that the BCCI will do all it can to ensure that the home series against England remains in the country and domestic tournaments kick off at some point despite the fluid COVID-19 situation.
The much-awaited Challenger series, popularly known as women's mini IPL, will be held in the United Arab Emirates from 4 to 9 November, a senior IPL official confirmed the development.
Have played nearly 500 games for India, can speak to any player be it Shreyas Iyer or Virat Kohli, says Sourav Ganguly
BCCI president Sourav Ganguly hit back at his detractors who made allegations of conflict of interest against the former India captain.
Sourav Ganguly says BCCI will try to host England tour of India at home, but are monitoring COVID-19 situation
England are scheduled to tour India next year between January and March for five Tests, three ODIs and three T20 Internationals.
To reduce the number of people in the grounds, there will be no dancing cheerleaders in IPL 2020. Players will be ferried to and from hotels under strict BCCI health safety protocols, and officials say that over 20,000 coronavirus tests will be carried out.
IPL 2020: BCCI receives request to reduce quarantine period for Australia, England players, says report
Around 21 players, currently part of an England-Australia white-ball series, will be reaching Dubai on 17 September. They can only be available from 23 September, while IPL 2020 gets underway from 19 September.
According to a media release issued on Monday, Ganguly also said that young players were eagerly looking forward to playing in the hallowed cricket ground where greats like Sunil Gavaskar and Sachin Tendulkar wrote history.
My First IPL Match: The Shah Rukh Khan pep talk and watching Sachin Tendulkar bat, Mandeep Singh recalls debut
Mandeep Singh recalls the day he made his debut, Shah Rukh Khan's motivational talk and experience of watching Sachin Tendulkar bat from close quarters
IPL 2020 will begin on 19 September with defending champions Mumbai Indians facing Chennai Super Kings in the opening match
"Crowds will watch it on television...they (the broadcasters) are actually expecting the highest rating of IPL this season because they believe if (people) don't turn up in the ground, they will be actually watching on their television sets," Ganguly said.
Playing in only his eighth Test, the 22-year-old Crawley hit 267 in a record-setting partnership with fellow century-maker Jos Buttler (152) on Saturday, taking England closer to a Test series victory over Pakistan.
India will host England for full-fledged series in February 2021, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly tells state units
Sourav Ganguly has assured all state associations that domestic cricket will start as and when the situation is safe amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but did not specify the date from when the season will kick off.
‘If the court tells us to go, matter ends there for me and Jay Shah’, says BCCI president Sourav Ganguly
Ganguly said he had neither any intention to overstay or challenge anything in an interaction.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni adapted to captaincy quicker than anyone else. The learning process was already in progress and the improvement happened exponentially.
The coronavirus pandemic has affected blind cricket India to such an extent that even when it ends, it won't be easy for players to return to the game.
The ICC Board of Directors meeting on Monday ended up being a damp squib after they failed to reach consensus over Shashank Manohar's replacement as the next chairman of cricket's global governing body.