Australian cricketers who have started outdoor practice have been asked to prepare for the limited-overs series to be held in England as the ICC T20 World Cup is likely to be postponed this week. According to local media reports, the T20 World Cup will be officially suspended this week.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) Board may postpone the World Cup to be held in Australia from 18 October to 25 November in view of the logistic problem caused by the Kovid-19 epidemic. This would allow the Indian Premier League to be held in October-November.
“The Cricket World Cup (T20) is scheduled to be officially postponed this week as Australia’s players were asked to begin preparations for (cricket’s) return against England,” the Australian newspaper ‘Daily Telegraph’ reported. is.”
The report also said that if Cricket Australia decides to allow their players to play in the IPL, “the ideal scenario would be to go straight to West Asia or Asia after the limited-overs series against England.” Wherever this T20 league will be held, we can go there.
The Australian team is now preparing for the ODI and T20 International series to be played on the England tour. The paper said, “The practice, which is conducted in September, gives a big indication that the team led by Aaron Finch will visit England in a biologically safe environment.”
The report was officially confirmed. The rest but the fast bowlers are increasing their efficiency as of the return in September.