There have been speculations around the possibility of the IPL taking place if the T20 World Cup gets postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Many former cricketers have weighed in on the argument amidst the novel virus which has brought cricket to a standstill in most countries. Former Australian skipper Allan Border has also shared his opinion on the issue. Border believes that a domestic cricket tournament cannot outweigh international cricket.
BCCI is the richest cricket board in the world. The 64-year-old believes that if IPL takes place instead of T20 World Cup then it would mean that India is running the game.
The Sydney-born cricketer also feels that other cricket boards should not send their players to play in IPL if it supersedes the ICC event.
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