The Kovid-19 international epidemic has had an impression on the upcoming occasions of cricket like different sports activities. In view of this, the Chief Executive Committee (CEC) of the International Cricket Council (ICC) will meet on Thursday by means of a convention name. In addition to the impression of Coronavirus, the World Test Championship and ODI League schedule may also be discussed.
The ODI league was to begin from June. The three-match collection between South Africa and Sri Lanka would have been the primary collection to be held below it, however as a result of epidemic, it was canceled on Monday.
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It is obvious that no concrete choice may be taken till the ICC finds out what number of contests should be canceled as a consequence of this epidemic that causes worldwide sporting occasions to stall. <! –
'It will take time to make any choice'
A senior member of the ICC board informed PTI on the situation of confidentiality, 'The World Test Championship is sort of half over and the Super League is but to start so we are going to think about a number of choices with our members. But it is going to take time to make any choice.
The senior official, who attended a number of ICC board conferences, made it clear that the cancellation of two extra Test collection may have a nasty impression on the calendar of the World Test Championship.
He mentioned, 'We have to complete the league stage by March 2021 as the ultimate is to be performed at Lord's in June 2021. India's place is the most effective as no collection has been canceled to this point. He has to play the subsequent Test collection in Australia in late November.
"But England has already canceled a series against Sri Lanka," the official mentioned. Apart from this, it isn’t clear whether or not the West Indies and Pakistan will be capable of tour England this summer time.
Although nobody is speaking about this now, however it can be thought of to maneuver ahead the calendar of World Test Championship so that each one bilateral collection may be accomplished.
There may also be a factors system within the ODI league of 13 groups
Apart from this, the factors system may also be within the ODI league of 13 groups. In this, every workforce should play eight bilateral collection of 50 overs (three matches). The ODI league will proceed until March 2022.
Due to India being the hosts, by March 2022, seven different groups will straight qualify for the World Cup on the premise of ODI factors. The 5 groups staying within the last 5 locations should play qualifiers with 5 affiliate nations with the highest two groups making it to the World Cup in 2023.