The COVID–19 catastrophe has upset all major games over the world. The pandemic has constrained many cricket sheets to push or drop numerous worldwide occasions. ICC has affirmed on Monday that the Men’s T20 World Cup in Australia 2020 has delayed. They declared it in the wake of progressing coronavirus pandemic.
The show-stopper occasion had scheduled to start from October in Australia this year. Notwithstanding, in the gathering of the IBC Board (the business auxiliary of the ICC); the competition had driven further in the midst of the pandemic.
The coronavirus positive cases have crossed the 14 million imprint over the world. And it would’ve unquestionably been a challenging assignment to have a worldwide party in such a harsh circumstance. Besides, windows for the following three ICC men’s occasions have additionally concurred in the gathering.
The IBC Board will keep evaluating the COVID-19 situation
Considering the impact of COVID-19 on the cricket situation, the IBC board consented to continue. They are following the circumstance for arranging worldwide occasions effectively in 2021 and 2022. The IBC Board will likewise continue assessing the COVID-19 circumstance. It is for arranging the ICC Women’s World Cup 2021 in New Zealand according to plan one year from now.
They have attempted a thorough and complex possibility of arranging exercise and through this procedure. Their main need has been to ensure the wellbeing and security of everybody engaged with the game. Manu Sawhney, the ICC Chief Executive was saying.
The choice to delay the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup has taken afterthought of the choices accessible to them. This gives them the most ideal chance of conveying two sheltered and effective T20 World Cups for fans.
Reports have recommended that the eagerly awaited IPL 2020 is probably going to play in the UAE. The arrangements are for September and November this year. An official conclusion will be taken by the BCCI. This is due to the delay of T20 World Cup 2020 has now left the window open for the Indian board.