Former English captain Alastair Cook has appealed to cricket directors to cancel it if the complete season of the English County Championship can’t be performed because of the corona virus.
The England and Cricket Wales Board has introduced the cancellation of all forms of skilled cricket by 28 May because of the Kovid-19 epidemic. The county championship, which was to start on April 12, will now be delayed.
ECB chief government Tom Harrison has stated that "the most economically important format" might be most well-liked. After which it’s believed that the primary season of T20 Blast and The Hundred will be held in a brand new and comparatively shorter schedule. <! –
But Cook believes the quick season will finish the county championship's significance. Speaking to BCB, he stated, "This year, the big picture is more important in the next six months. Whatever it is, if we play any kind of cricket, I hope to try to organize a six-match county championship Do not. "
The former opener added, "I would like to see one or two whole tournaments instead, because if you play one tournament or two, it would be quite satisfying to win. If there is no time for an entire county championship, it will be held There is no point doing. "