Due to Corona virus, greater than 37 thousand individuals have misplaced their lives everywhere in the world up to now. Not solely this, there’s a state of affairs of lock down in lots of nations because of this virus. Cricket has additionally stopped fully because of this virus. In such a state of affairs, the impact of the closure of cricket has began falling on the gamers' pockets. It is reported that the England and Wales Cricket Board has determined to chop the wage for English cricketers in view of the monetary impression of the COVID-19 epidemic. <! –
According to a report in The Times, the board goes to endure an enormous monetary loss because of the corona virus as a result of sequence after sequence are being canceled. In an interview to the Times, an ECB spokesperson stated, "Hopefully, the cricketers will be able to understand the situation."
The Times reported in its report that cricketers reminiscent of Joe Root, Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler, who’ve been contracted with the board in all three codecs, can get their wage deducted and the remaining Players who’ve obtained just one or two format contracts will obtain their wage. It is being instructed that these three gamers could should bear the lack of about 1.86 crores.
Let me let you know, Stokes, Root and Butler are at present the one three gamers who’ve contracts for all three codecs from the board, whereas 10 gamers have solely Test contracts, whereas 12 gamers have gotten ODI-T20 settlement.
In the approaching time because of Corona virus, West Indies and Pakistan's England tour is suspected. The way forward for the 2 Test sequence beneath the World Test Championship is unsure. Australia is scheduled to go to England to play a sequence of shorter codecs in June-August, however this isn’t potential if the state of affairs will not be regular. If the ECBs can’t host these sequence at dwelling, they may face heavy monetary losses.
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