ICC has a ‘Plan B’ if pandemic prevents T20 World Cup in India | Sangbad Pratidin

Published by: Abhisek Rakshit | Posted: April 8, 2021 1:56 pm| Updated: April 8, 2021 1:56 pm

News Daily Digital Desk: The rate of corona infection is increasing in the country. The virus has also killed the IPL. Already, several cricketers from different teams and ground staff have been affected by the corona. Again in the biological protection zone. Naturally, questions have started to arise about the T20 World Cup. It was rumored that the BCCI had started thinking about whether it would be possible to return spectators to the stadium towards the end of the IPL. But it is safe to say that this is not possible.

India has the T20 World Cup on October 7 and November. The question is, can that tournament be held at all? ICC 6 and Plan B are being prepared. However, they have been informed that any thought is being given to move the World Cup away from India right now. The ICC’s interim CEO said: “We are still moving forward with the plan we had before. We have Plan B ready. But I’m not thinking about that right now. We are talking to the BCCI. When the time comes, we will think about a backup plan. ”

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It is rumored that the United Arab Emirates is being kept as a backup venue. Last year there was IPL. Asia Cup (Asia Cup) has been. The ICC is also headquartered in Dubai. As a result, if such a situation exists, the World Cup is possible there. At the same time, it is being considered whether it is possible to change the venue between India and Australia. The following year, the T20 World Cup in Australia. In that case, there is also the thought whether the World Cup can be held in Australia next year in India or not. But everything depends on the Corona situation in India.

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