Will the ECB respond to BCCI's proposal, depending on the future of IPL 2021, based on a decision by England?

The BCCI is keen to play the remaining matches in the IPL as soon as possible. The BCCI is testing when these matches can be played

Will the ECB respond to BCCI's  proposal, depending on the future of IPL 2021, based on a decision by England?
Will the ECB respond to BCCI's proposal

Will the ECB respond to BCCI's proposal, depending on the future of IPL 2021, based on a decision by England?

The BCCI is keen to play the remaining matches in the IPL as soon as possible. The BCCI is testing when these matches can be played

New Delhi: Corona has postponed the 14th season of IPL (IPL 2021) after 29 matches. Meanwhile, the BCCI is keen to play the remaining matches in this year's IPL as soon as possible. The BCCI is testing when these matches can be played.

The BCCI is also working hard for this. Meanwhile, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has asked the England and Wales Cricket Board to start a five-Test series between India and England soon. The England Cricket Board (ECB) has not yet commented on the matter.

ESPN Cricinfo has a report on this. If the England Cricket Board accepts the BCCI's request, the rest of the IPL matches may be played after the series. As per the current schedule, the first Test between India and England will start on August 4 at Trentbridge.

It is learned that the BCCI has taken this step with the aim of completing the remaining matches of IPL 2021 in September. There are 31 matches left in IPL 2021. Under the current schedule, five Tests will be played between India and England. The fifth Test will be played at Trentbridge from 4 to 8 August, Lord's from 12 to 16 August, Headingley from 25 to 29 August, Oval from 2 to 6 September and Old Trafford from 10 to 14 September.

Remaining IPL matches in three weeks?

The BCCI said in a letter that every Test match should be played a week early. The BCCI, led by Sourav Ganguly and Jai Shah, feels that the early start of the Test series will give them three weeks to complete 31 matches in the IPL. He is confident that these 31 matches will be completed in three weeks. For this,

Double header matches are likely to be played every day. That means two matches will be played in one day. After that, all the teams will start preparing for the T20 World Cup. The ICC T20 World Cup will be played in mid-October. The tournament will then end on November 14.

The country is looking forward to hosting the IPL
Meanwhile, Ganguly's statement has made it clear that the rest of the matches will not be played in India. However, a total of 4 countries are keen to host the remaining 31 matches. These include England, Sri Lanka, Australia and the UAE. The 13th season was successfully held in the UAE. Meanwhile, if the England Cricket Board accepts the BCCI's request, the remaining 31 matches of IPL 2021 may be played in England.

… So financial blow to BCCI
If the BCCI is unable to play the remaining matches due to corona or any other reason, it will have to bear the financial loss. The BCCI should endure the worst part of Rs 2,500 crore.