Covid-19 has caused much headache this year regarding the scheduling of the T20 world cup in Australia. The top Indian cricket board discussed their concerns on this issue with Reuters.The International Cricket Council is set to have a board meeting on Wednesday to discuss the contingency plans of the October-November tournament schedule. Australian cricketer Kevin Roberts told media the scheduling of the October-November tournaments is under “very high risk”.
The Treasurer of BCCI expressed is concerns over the delay of the schedule. He said it would be unfair to drag the scheduling for the cricket world. “Because one would need clarity before one can plan,” He told reporters over a telephone call.
West Indies are the current T20 World Cup holders, beating England in the 2016 final
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A decision about the tournament schedule by the governing body is very unlikely at this time.
Many have speculated the World Cup will be moved to 2021 which would in turn move next years’ tournament in India to 2022.
Dhumal said crickets will not return to training camps although facilities are open. “We are reviewing the situation. When we think it’s safe for them to return to training, we’ll organise the camp,” he told reporters.
The host country for the 2020 World Cup is also under discussion.