The world has been brought to a halt by the global health pandemic, Coronavirus. Around 3 lakhs have been reported the death. Every activity has been paused amidst the deadly disease.
The sports scenarios, especially cricket, have equally been troubled. Many leagues, series, tours, and tournaments have been either called-off or postponed and there is no permanent official saying regarding commencing cricket ahead with the proper flow.
Recently, Cricket Australia hinted towards the schedule to host India’s series that has been delayed amidst the Coronavirus outbreak and decided four venues to hold Tests as well.
However, the CEO of CA, Kevin Roberts thinks that it can be impossible to go with all four venues He maintains that time can come when the teams have to go with only one or two venues to play the tests.
Coronavirus may force us to go with a single venue: CEO of CA on India’s series
“That (schedule) assumes that state borders are open to domestic travel. It may be that circumstances dictate that when the time comes maybe we can only use one or two venues, we really don’t know any of that yet,” he told reporters as quoted by Cricket.com.au on Friday.
“There is a lot of variables based on whether we have four venues in four states or as little as one venue in one state. There are endless scenarios and possibilities,” said Kevin Roberts, CEO of CA ahead.
It is to be noted that Perth is not to hold a single test as all the four tests have been granted to Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Gabba. The teams will also be featured in a day-night test match.