Prime Time Zone, Sports: BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal has said that it is not certain that the 14th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) will be played in India. He told a sports website on Tuesday that the decision on IPL venues would be taken after the end of the India-England series. Kovid-19 cases have been on the rise in India for the past few days. The IPL venue is likely to be shifted to the UAE this time as well, with health companies also announcing a second wave. ‘The BCCI still has no answers on where the IPL venues are and what the schedule is. But we will definitely make a decision after the England-India series, ”said Arun Dumal. The ICC has unofficially allocated the months of April and May for the IPL in their calendar. With this, the IPL must be held within these two months. It remains to be seen what the BCCI will decide on this.