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T20 World Cup: ICC postpones all qualifying events


The International Cricket Council (ICC) has postponed all the qualifying events, which had been scheduled to be held earlier than June 30, as a result of international COVID-19 pandemic

The coronavirus outbreak has up to now claimed greater than 21,000 lives and contaminated over 4,00,000 globally, prompting nations to close down borders and function on lockdown mode.

“In light of the significant global health concerns at the current time and the restrictions on movement imposed by governments across the world, the ICC has taken the decision to postpone all events up until the end of June subject to further review,” ICC head of events, Chris Tetley mentioned.

“Our commitment to the health and safety of players, officials, staff and fans is our priority when taking these decisions and we must act responsibly in the best interests of all involved and be guided by official advice. We felt that now was the right time to take a prudent decision on these events before further planning is undertaken and to provide clarity to everyone involved.”

The ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier which is scheduled to be held in Sri Lanka between July 3-19 can also be being monitored and saved underneath overview.

The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Trophy Tour may even not be commencing in April as initially deliberate.

“We will continue to monitor the situation closely and in partnership with Members and Nissan will evaluate the potential for a condensed Trophy Tour with a revised itinerary at a point closer to the event,” ICC mentioned.

The governing physique additionally mentioned that “all remaining men’s T20 World Cup 2021 and men’s World Cup 2023 qualifying events for 2020 are being continually monitored with relevant stakeholders and Members”.

The following ICC events have been postponed:

ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Qualifier A: Asia – Host Kuwait; April 16-21

ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Sub-Regional Qualifier:Africa – Host South Africa; April 27-May 3

ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup League 2: Host Namibia; April 20-27

ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Qualifier A: Europe – Host Spain; May 16-22

ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup League 2: Host PNG; June 9-16

ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Qualifier C: Europe – Host Belgium; June 10-16

ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Qualifier B: Asia – Host Malaysia; June 26-July 2

ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Qualifier B: Europe- Host Finland; June 24-30

These events are being monitored:

ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup League 2: Host Scotland; July 3-11

ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Challenge League B: Host Uganda; August 3-13

ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Regional Final: Americas – Host Canada; August 18-24

ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Challenge League A: Host Malaysia; September 30-October 10

ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Regional Final: Europe – Host TBC; September TBC

ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup League 2: Host Namibia; September TBC

ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup League 2: Host UAE; December TBC

ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Regional Final: Africa; Host and dates TBC

ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Regional Final: EAP Host and dates TBC.

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