ICC offers India time until June 28 to resolve on T20 WC: BCCI Sources

The International Cricket Council has given BCCI time until June 28 to take a name on whether or not it could host the marquee T20 World Cup in India amid the risk posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The ICC Board met just about on Tuesday with India being represented by BCCI president Sourav Ganguly and secretary Jay Shah. The T20 World Cup is due in October-November this yr.

As reported by PTI, the BCCI sought a month’s time and the ICC board unanimously agreed to present that for an in depth evaluation of the well being scenario within the nation, which has been left battered by a second wave of the raging pandemic.

“Yes, the ICC board has agreed to BCCI’s request and they’ll have time until June 28 to resolve on internet hosting the T20 World Cup in India. They will come again to the board subsequent month with a concrete plan,” a supply near the ICC Board advised PTI on Tuesday.

If the BCCI is unable to host the occasion in India given the looming risk of a 3rd wave of the pandemic, the match will shift to the UAE after it will get finished with internet hosting the IPL, which finishes doubtless on October 10.

BCCI might retain the internet hosting rights in that situation.


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