IPL can be canceled this year due to coronavirus.

The IPL, the world's largest cricket league, has been under the threat of corona virus for a long time. According to the news, now the state governments are also seen taking big steps regarding this. Whereas before the Karnataka government decided not to host matches, Maharashtra banned the sale of tickets for the first match of IPL.

The IPL, the world's largest cricket league, has been under the threat of corona virus for a long time. According to the news, now the state governments are also seen taking big steps regarding this. Whereas before the Karnataka government decided not to host matches, Maharashtra banned the sale of tickets for the first match of IPL. However, this has not been officially confirmed. In view of all this, the Governing Council of the IPL will hold a meeting on 14 March regarding the worsening situation regarding the corona virus. In this meeting, it will be decided whether the IPL will be canceled or not. For the BCCI, organizing the IPL this year is becoming difficult. The changes made by the Indian government in the visa policy recently are showing increasing difficulties. The situation is not clear on whether 60 foreign players coming to India to play IPL will get visas or not. although,