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Wednesday, 3 June 2020

The Indian cricket team, BCCI has come up with this plan

Sports in India have also come to a standstill since the Indian government imposed a lockdown on March 25. Now the lockdown is slowly starting to get relief. India and South Africa could play a series of three T20 internationals in late August. The schedule for the series is currently scheduled for the end of August, but Cricket South Africa's acting chief executive Jock Fale said the Indian Cricket Board and the CSA had no objection to the event at a later date.

An attempt to hold the Indian Premier League (IPL) instead of the T20 World Cup in October-November will have the support of the CSA. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is planning to hold a players' camp in August and September. The board has made it clear that its intention is to gather all the players together in the camp.

Board sources said they would try to unite the players only in the monsoon. So that they can take training and get ready for cricket action. The players have been catering to their homes for a long time due to the lockdown. The board suspects it may take time for players to return to action.

According to sources, the monsoon will be awaited and preparations will begin. This time will be around August and September. We will focus on their game and equip them so that they can return to active cricket. Indian players are professionals. Their muscles need tuning. They need to be equipped physically and mentally. However, during the lockdown, all the players are staying at home and working on fitness.

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