The ICC Women's T20 World Cup semi-final matches are to be performed in Sydney on Thursday amidst the shadow of rain. The ICC has already refused to carry Reserve Day for the semi-final matches, so there’s a hazard of the match being canceled. Meanwhile, England workforce captain Heather Knight has mentioned that it will be shameful if the semi-final match was canceled because of rain.
The BBC quoted Knight as saying, "If both semi-finals are not done then it will be bad news for the tournament. In such a situation Reserve Day would have been very useful and it is a shame for the tournament."
On Thursday, 5 March, heavy rain is anticipated in Sydney on match day. <! –
The semi-finals are additionally to be performed between Australia and South Africa on the identical day. If the semi-finals are canceled because of rain, India and South Africa will attain the ultimate as each have been on the high of their respective teams.
ICC Women T20 World Cup semi-final matches rain
He mentioned, "We saw in the morning, the rules are the same for the men's T20 World Cup. If that happens, it would be a shame and I am convinced that there will be pressure to change it as well."
Let us know that Cricket Australia had appealed to the ICC to carry Reserve Day for the semi-finals, which has been rejected by the Council. This was revealed by CA chief Kevin Roberts in his assertion.