MELBOURNE: Cricket Australia (CA) stated on Tuesday that it had agreed with the West Indies Cricket Board to postpone the T20I collection towards the Caribbeans scheduled in October. Australia had been to host West Indies in three warm-up matches in […]
Australia had been to host West Indies in three warm-up matches in Queensland forward of the T20 World Cup, which has been postponed by the Worldwide Cricket Council due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“In gentle of this growth, and given the choice to host the warm-up three-match T20 collection towards the West Indies to coincide with the rescheduled T20 World Cup in Australia (which can happen in both 2021 or 2022), it has been agreed to postpone the matches,” CA stated in a press release.
The pandemic has compelled a lot of cricket’s international schedule to be cancelled or suspended as a result of logistical issues introduced by journey restrictions and border controls.
Australia postponed a proposed two-Take a look at tour of Bangladesh in June which was a part of the ICC’s World Take a look at Championship and are engaged on rescheduling a delayed tour to England for limited-overs matches in September.