Australia Requested ICC to Postpone T20 World Cup a year

“Cricket World Cup should be postponed for so long” Cricket Australia has finally made a formal request to the ICC. Australia Requested ICC to Postpone T20 World Cup a year.

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Australia Requested ICC to Postpone T20 World Cup a year

Australia Requested ICC to Postpone T20 World Cup a year
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Dubai: Controversy ahead of conducting this year’s scheduled T20 World Cup in Australia. Cricket Australia (CA) made a formal request to the International Cricket Council (ICC) to postpone the mega event for a year.

According to details. The ICC has postponed the decision to hold the T20 World Cup in a teleconference until June 10. Cricket Australia had requested that the mega event extended by one year. Australian Board’s letter to the ICC Financial Committee has leaked to the media.

The ICC adjourned the agenda of the meeting until June 10, after board members expressed concern over the leak.

According to Australian media, Cricket Australia has requested the ICC to extend the mega event by one year. But Cricket Australia chairman Earl Eddings says. Postponing the World Cup until 2022 would be detrimental to cricket.

The global outbreak of the corona virus has affected sports around the world. In the meantime, several cricket matches and other sports have been postponed or postponed.

Corona virus epidemic also threatens to affect the T20 Cricket World Cup 2020. Witch have scheduled in October, November 2020. ICC has prepared it strategy to conduct this year.

Meanwhile some news revealed that India will tour to Australia in October. Both boards have a plan to conduct a series for the year season 2020 and 2021. Series start with three T20 matches in October. In December and January 2021 will play three test and three ODI.

Australia Requested ICC to Postpone T20 World Cup a year

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