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IPL 2020 fate in balance, economic consequences begin to be felt

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The Board of Control for Cricket in India and franchises in the Indian Premier League are meeting on Tuesday to explore the possibilities for completing the 2020 season, which is currently suspended until April 15.

Website InsideSport.co reported that the BCCI is considering various options for this year's IPL, including running a truncated league in April and May, or June, and a fully-fledged one between July and September. Playing the league overseas is also under consideration. A complete cancellation of the season is also a possibility. The teams are reported to be against a July-September competition, as it would coincide with the monsoon period.

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