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12BET India News: IPL franchises want playing off-season games overseas

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Amid the busy preparation of teams with less than a month away before the tournament commence, franchises have proposed to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) the idea of allowing off-season matches outside India. This request was revealed just a couple of day after BCCI announced the full schedule for this year’s IPL. According to a media outlet, IPL franchises like Mumbai Indians, Royal Challengers Bangalore and Rajasthan Royals have asked the BCCI to allow them play abroad during the off-season. Although there is no confirmation from the governing board yet, this proposal might be one of the…

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12BET India: MS Dhoni and three more to return in IPL 2020 season

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The former India captain, MS Dhoni is set to return to training with his IPL side Chennai Super Kings after being sidelined for a while, according to reports. Following India’s semi-final exit from the 2019 World Cup, Dhoni has not played International cricket and refuse to answer any questions about his plans MS Dhonion returning to the pitch. “He is expected to arrive on March 1. He will probably train for a couple of weeks before going back for 4-5 days and then coming back once again closer to the start of the IPL,” reports claimed. If reports are true, this is…

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12BET India News: IPL 2020 full list of schedule by venue

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The 13th season of Indian Premier League (IPL) will kick off on March 29 and it offers some of the most exciting matchups, rivalries and comebacks. This year, there are a couple of novel changes in one of the most prestigious T20 league as announced but the governing council. BCCI President Sourav Ganguly announced that night matches will start at the same time at 8pm. This is in contrary to the earlier request of night matches changed from 8 pm to 7-7.30 pm. Ganguly also said that there will be five double headers (4 p.m. and 8 p.m.) this time. For…

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12BET India News: IPL broadcast in UK returns to Sky Sports after signing three-year deal

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Fans and viewers in England and Ireland will be able to watch all 60 of the matches of the news of Indian Premier League (IPL) exclusively live on Sky Sports, as the UK pay-tv broadcasting giant reclaimed exclusive rights for the T20 cricket tournament, according to announcement. Last year, Sky Sports was unable to reach an agreement with Star India, IPL’s global rights partner. BT sports took the rights and signed a non-exclusive one-season agreement to telecast the games in UK, one of cricket’s main markets. Earlier this week, Sky Sports, which held IPL rights from 2015 to 2018, have…

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