Cricket News

Decision on ICC T20 World Cup 2020 postponed, fate to be decided in another meeting

Decision on ICC T20 World Cup postponed, fate to be decided in another meeting

The decision on ICC T20 World Cup postponed, the fate to be decided in another meeting

The decision on ICC T20 World Cup postponed, the fate to be decided in another meeting

According to the existing schedule, the World Cup is likely to be commenced by 18th October. However, the meeting held on 28th May was to decide the fate of the ICC T20 World Cup 2020 but the major cricketing body has delayed the decision and has organized another meeting to be held on 10th June. The fate will be decided in another meeting, however, opined, the mega-event is most likely to get canceled because the situation doesn’t look to be in favor as the number of cases caused by the Coronavirus is rising day by day.

During the lockdown, no cricket activities are being commenced on. Whether the leagues, tournaments, tours, or the series, all the scenarios have badly been interrupted. ICC T20 World Cup 2020 is going to be one of the mega-events to get disturbed.

The decision on ICC T20 World Cup postponed, the fate to be decided in another meeting

The smaller boards, that earn from ICC, are not in favor of supporting the decision in case if ICC cancels the tournament. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is one of those boards that do not want postponement in the ICC T20 World Cup 2020.

“We are in May and there is still time. The ICC members should wait and see where this Coronavirus pandemic goes. A decision on staging the event can be taken even after say two months,” PCB official said earlier.

“There is no cricket being played right now but in two months’ time we will know what is the position because West Indies and Pakistan are to play in England if things go according to plan,” he added.

Also, read:

Eoin Morgan: I would be surprised if T20 World Cup happens

1 Comment

1 Comment

  1. Pingback: Ben Stokes did not write regarding India's conspiracy against Pakistan in his book - The Sports Mag

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

To Top
P