According to the schedule, the ICC T20 World Cup will be held in India in October-November.
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ICC Interim CEO Geoff Allardyce says he has backup plans for the World Twenty20. Despite the growing incidence of corona infections, the ICC is currently not looking at any alternative measures. Read more – Video: Jose Butler did a workout with his two-year-old daughter, ready for a swing for RR
Let us know that the T20 World Cup was supposed to be held in Australia in October-November last year but it was postponed till 2022 due to corona infection. According to the schedule of the T20 World Cup to be held in India in 2021, it is planned to be held in October-November this year. Read more – IPL 2021: Daniel Samus also shares concerns for Corno Positive, Royal Challengers Bangalore after Angel Paddykal
“We are definitely moving forward with the same assumption that the tournament is being held,” Allardyce said during the virtual media roundtable. ”
“We have a ‘second plan’, but we still don’t think about those plans.” We are working with BCCI, we have a ‘backup’ plan that can be started if needed. ”
“We’re talking to other sports organizations about what they’re doing, we’re in a better position at the moment but further believe that things are changing rapidly around the world,” he said. ”
“In the space of two months, the time of the World Test Championship final will also come, but we are going according to the plans of the two of us,” Allardyce said.