The ICC T20 World Cup to be held in Australia this yr has been tough for the reason that Board of Control for Cricket in India selected the October-November window to host the 13th season of the Indian Premier League. After Cricket Australia chief Kevin Roberts, now Sri Lankan batsman Kumar Sangakkara additionally feels that the T20 World Cup might be canceled this yr. <! –
Sangakkara, the president of the celebrated Merilbone Cricket Club (MCC), believes the scenario must be monitored. And till the solutions to vital questions associated to the Kovid-19 pandemic, the World Cup is just not potential. Thursday's determination on the match to be held in Australia on the ICC assembly was deferred until June 10.
The former Sri Lankan captain mentioned, "Every day new issues are being realized and seen. So now we have to attend. An various is to cancel it this yr or postpone it for subsequent yr. We ought to take note the processes forward of it. In which the well being and security of the gamers and spectators must be ensured.
Sangakkara mentioned that there are numerous such questions but to be answered relating to this epidemic. He mentioned within the Star Sports program 'Cricket Connected', "The actual difficulty is what’s going to occur with the virus. Is it disappearing like 'Sars' and 'Murs', or is it one thing that can come again with the altering seasons. ''
The former Sri Lankan wicket-keeper batsman mentioned, "Do now we have to reside with this explicit virus or a unique kind of virus developed on occasion. I don't suppose anybody has a solution to those questions proper now. The scenario will turn into extra clear with time. ''