ICC to wait and watch before deciding T20 World Cup fate

Lahoma Whitelow


The ICC has purchased additional time prior to creating a final decision on the destiny of the men’s T20 Earth Cup, as it keeps tabs on the encouraging development Australia and New Zealand are creating from the Covid-19 pandemic.

The match is scheduled to be performed this Oct-November in Australia, but the likelihood of it likely in advance have not looked especially promising in new weeks. Fewer than a fortnight back, Cricket Australia (CA)’s main govt Kevin Roberts explained the match was at “really substantial possibility.”

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But this week Richard Colbeck, the Australian Sports Minister, informed Sportstar that the state had flattened the pandemic curve and as a result was a “fitting host for an global sporting spectacle” and could even allow for spectators based mostly on the ground situation at the time.


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