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ECB admit South Africa was better suited
The England and Wales Cricket Board has today been thanked by the Board of Control for Cricket in India for their readiness to be a venue for the Indian Premier League more

Why England lost out in the IPL race
The moment Indian Premier League (IPL) chairman and commissioner Lalit Modi switched his travel plans to go Johannesburg instead of London, it was evident where the second edition of the Twenty20 cricket tournament is headed more

South Africa to host IPL
South Africa have edged out England to host this years IPL competition after being named the hosts by IPL chairman Lalit Modi at a press conference this afternoon in Johannesburg more

Weather could wreck England IPL bid
England last night went from frontrunners to outsiders to host the Indian Premier League after South Africa emerged as the new favourites to stage the money-spinning Twenty20 competition more

CSA moves quickly to become favorite
While uncertainty over the offshore venue of this year's IPL continues, Cricket South Africa (CSA) and the government there have moved swiftly and taken steps to host the Twenty20 championship, according to sources in the IPL management more

Indian players shocked at IPL shift
Even as thousands of miles away the Indian Premier League is unfolding like a Dynasty saga, its main protagonists are desperately trying to stay calm and unaffected more

Modi leaves for Johannesburg tonight
IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi will leave for Johannesburg tonight and a decision on the host nation for the second edition of the Twenty20 league may be expected tomorrow more

Modi set to tour London and South Africa
Indian Premier League commissioner Lalit Modi is all set to leave the country and finalise the host nation for the second edition of the Twenty20 League which has been shifted overseas more

Franchises back BCCI decision
All eight IPL franchises wanted the high-profile Twenty20 tournament to be held as per schedule and were therefore in favour of the BCCIs decision to shift the event overseas, said Bangalores Royal Challengers team owner Vijay Mallya more

Flintoff disappointed at IPL shift
England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff is disappointed that the Indian Premier League (IPL) will not be hosted in India more

ECB confident of hosting IPL in England
The England and Wales Cricket Board plans to stage the Indian Premier League in a little over two weeks without any disruption to its domestic or international schedule more

Home Ministry hits back at BCCI
A day after the IPL tournament was shifted out of the country, Union Home Minister P Chidambaram hit back at the Cricket board, saying the final say on staging of IPL rested with the state governments more

Indian fans up in arms over IPL switch
The Board of Control for Cricket in Indias (BCCI) decision to host the Indian Premier League (IPL) outside the country has left fans and franchise owners with mixed reactions more

England or South Africa ready to host event
The IPL which proved to be hugely popular in its inaugural edition last year will be played this year in another country, probably England or South Africa, in the wake of a tussle between the Government and the BCCI over security issues more

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