When will the Indian domestic cricket get underway this season? Or will these competitions, the lifeline of cricket in the country, happen at all in 2020-21?
Tamil Nadu coach D. Vasu is aware of the challenges in a season ravaged by COVID-19. But then, he has not lost hope.
With the government opening up, and lifting several restrictions, the TNCA hopes to complete its league fixtures, including the semifinal and final of the first division league, in October.
Vasu, a respected former South Zone all-rounder, told Sportstar, “The first division league should conclude by mid-October. After that we need to get about 30 State senior team probables into a secure bio-bubble.”
He added, “All of us should stay together in a hotel and strictly adhere to the rules of the bio-bubble. And those breaking the bubble will go to the back of the queue.”
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