The T20 Global Cup, slated to be held in October-November in Australia, is about to be postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic in keeping with stories within the Australian media. As in keeping with a document within the , no formal determination have been made as of Monday however it claimed that the event “is all however positive” to be postponed. In line with stories in different sections of the Australian media, a choice at the postponement of the event is anticipated within the coming days.
The World Cricket Council (ICC) final month to July.
“We will be able to simplest get one likelihood to make this determination and it must be the best one and as such we will be able to proceed to visit our Participants, broadcasters, companions, governments and gamers and to be sure that we make a well-informed determination,” ICC leader government Manu Sawhney had mentioned after its board assembly in June.
Cricket Australia chairman Earl Edding had admitted final month that .
“Whilst it hasn’t been officially known as off this 12 months, or postponed, looking to get 16 nations into Australia within the present global, the place maximum nations are nonetheless going via COVID spiking, I feel it is unrealistic, or it’ll be very, very tough,” he had informed journalists.
The Board of Regulate for Cricket in India (BCCI) are reportedly making plans to carry this 12 months’s version of the Indian Premier League (IPL) within the October window if the T20 Global Cup is postponed.
IPL governing council chairman Brijesh Patel has mentioned final month that they’re simply ready at the determination at the T20 Global Cup and are .
“Sure we’re in a position to move with IPL in September-October window, the entirety is deliberate and in a position. Should apply the ideas and SOPs, for scientific and different issues,” Patel was once quoted as announcing by way of ANI in June.
“We’re looking ahead to the announcement from ICC on T20 Global Cup. If it isn’t going down, we will dangle IPL,” he had mentioned.
BCCI President mentioned that the board is “operating on all conceivable choices to be sure that we’re ready to degree the IPL this 12 months, although it manner taking part in the event in empty stadiums.”
The IPL was once scheduled to begin from March 29 however was once postponed indefinitely because of the coronavirus pandemic.