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Ranji Trophy get postponed and IPL 2022 may be in danger due to the rise of cases in Corona

The news is coming out through the reports that the BCCI has decided to postpone this season of Ranji Trophy in view of the increasing number of Covid cases.

The third wave of coronavirus is spreading rapidly in India. A large number of new cases are being registered daily. Due to this, now the BCCI has taken a big decision.


However, the board has not announced this yet. Maybe because of this epidemic IPL 2022 is also in danger.

Ranji Trophy get postponed due to Corona

Last year also the Ranji Trophy could not be organized due to the global pandemic Kovid-19. Now the way Covid cases are increasing rapidly in the country.

It would not be wrong to say that this time also the domestic tournament will be affected by the epidemic.

According to trusted sources, the BCCI has decided to postpone the Ranji Trophy 2022 due to rising Covid cases. Although the board has not yet confirmed this news.

The practice match between Bengal and Mumbai team has also been canceled after Corona’s case.

Although this will be a big setback for the domestic cricketers, as they were eagerly waiting for this tournament.

In the Ranji Trophy starting on January 13, 6 players of the Bengal team and one assistant coach have been found to be corona infected.

The Covid report of the Mumbai team’s all-rounder player Shivam Dubey also came positive.

IPL 2022 may also get affected with Ranji Trophy

IPL 2021 was organized by BCCI in India between Kovid-19. But the tournament had to be postponed after 29 matches. Therefore, due to the increasing Kovid cases, IPL 2022 is also under threat. Now it will be interesting to see what the board decides in this situation.

BCCI has confirmed that this season of IPL will be played in India only.

In IPL 2022 two new teams are going to participate Lucknow and Ahemdbada because of which IPL fans are excited.

But now if the cases of Covid-19 continue to increase at this speed, then surely the board will not want to repeat the mistake of last time this time.

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