With a choice around whether the 2021 Women's ODI World Cup proceeds in New Zealand expected in the following couple of weeks; Australia chief Meg Lanning has recognized one of the issues will be whether all groups will have the option to have satisfactory arrangement due to Covid-19.
While New Zealand has driven the path in adapting to the pandemic, and Australia has progressed nicely; but there are present stresses throughout the subsequent wave; various nations either effectively qualified or planning to be included are as of now unquestionably more seriously hit.
The passing competition, which had been set for Sri Lanka in July; was deferred in May even though gets that if the World Cup; despite everything proceeds, the arrangement is staging the qualifiers in the UAE during November.
As things remain there stay three spots available to all in the World Cup; between Bangladesh, Ireland, Pakistan, West Indies, Ireland, Thailand, Zimbabwe, Papua New Guinea, USA, and the Netherlands.
There are a few more decisions to be made, says Lanning
It's something the ICC should weigh up in whether the competition proceeds, according to Lanning. Will each group in the opposition have the chance to get ready sufficiently for a World Cup? There are as yet a couple of groups that need to experience the passing procedure; so she doesn't know how that will work out.
There are a couple of more choices to be made around it as opposed to whether it can simply proceed or not. As a player, you need things to be as equivalent and reasonable as they can be going into a major world competition. And she is certain the coordinators will ensure that occurs.
It had been trusted that India would have the option to venture out to England for a tri-arrangement including South Africa; however the BCCI has said that won't occur although there is conviction South Africa will in any case visit.
While Australia and New Zealand are booked to play each other in late September; and India is because of visit Australia in January; there is no other ladies' cricket as of now in the schedule.