West Indies captain Jason Holder has stated he won’t pressure his gamers to go on a three-Test tour of England amid the Kovid-19 pandemic. The West Indies had been to play the Test collection in England from June four as per the pre-determined schedule however as a result of outbreak of Corona virus epidemic, the collection needed to be postponed.
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), nevertheless, hopes that they will begin their session by holding the collection in July.
Holder instructed BBC Radio Five, "Every participant needs to be comfy taking any step. <! –
It has been made clear that if we need to play in England then it needs to be secure to take action. From my perspective, undoubtedly I cannot pressure anybody to go anyplace. ''
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Last week, ECB Director Ashley Giles stated they must create an surroundings the place each the West Indies and Pakistan really feel secure visiting the UK. Giles assured that the chance could be totally assessed earlier than making any resolution.
Holder stated, "Cricket West Indies has assured us that we’ll go to England provided that they really feel we’re secure to play. The first precedence is the security of all. We have been assured that the tour will probably be potential solely when the steps taken by the ECB to restart cricket will probably be comfy for all.