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CricketNews – The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced that the 2022 ICC T20 World Cup will be postponed to 2023. The announcement was made at the ICC Board meeting on Saturday in Kolkata, India.

ICC T20 World Cup 2022

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced that the tournament will take place from September 18 to October 7, 2022.

Cricket News The ICC T20 World Cup 2022 will be held in India for the first time and the venue is likely to be Mumbai. The board also confirmed that it will host India vs England series in September-October 2020.

According to a report by cricket Australia, BCCI president Shashank Manohar has agreed in principle to host an international series between India and England in early 2020. It could not only be a part of bilateral agreements but also part of an upcoming FTP event calendar on which CA are looking at hosting various prestigious bilateral series’ around the world before their own home season gets underway in December 2020 or January 2021.

India vs England, international cricket returns

Cricket News The much-anticipated Cricket World Cup 2022 has finally arrived, and with it comes plenty of new cricket news and information. The tournament will be held from April 10 to May 2, 2021 in New Zealand and Australia. This will be the fifth time that a Cricket World Cup has been held in these two countries; India won the last one, back in 2011. A total of 14 teams will compete against each other for this honor; 11 are from Test playing nations (India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka) while there are three associate member nations (Scotland, Nepal and Oman).

T20 World Cup 2020 Postponed To 2022

The T20 World Cup 2020 has been postponed to 2022. This decision was made by the ICC on Thursday, September 7th, 2019. In a press conference held in Dubai, it was announced that the tournament would be postponed due to lack of time and other issues.

CricketNews The move came after Cricket Australia (CA) had expressed concerns about having their players available for all the matches during their home summer, which includes two Tests against Sri Lanka and three ODIs against England in January 2020, followed by four Tests against Pakistan between March 2020 and April 2021.

“We are disappointed with this decision but understand that there is an opportunity cost involved when staging international events,” said CA chief executive Kevin Roberts in a statement on Thursday.”However we also believe there wasn’t sufficient time given to our stakeholders who have put so much work into planning this event.”

Cricket Australia confirms hosting of India-England series in September-October

Cricket Australia has confirmed hosting of India-England series in September-October. The series will be played as part of the ICC World Twenty 20 2020, which is scheduled to take place in Australia.

The BCCI had earlier sought a change in the schedule for their Australian tour, citing broadcasting rights issues and elections back home. While CA didn’t agree with them on that matter, they did agree that they could host one bilateral series while in Australia during their month-long visit. The three-match T20I series will be played at Perth’s Optus Stadium on 17 October; Adelaide Oval on 20 October and Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on 23 October – all three grounds are expected to be packed out for what is considered among cricket’s most exciting contests due to its rivalry between two of the game’s biggest powers India and England.

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India-England limited overs series likely in September – CricketNews

The T20 World Cup 2020 scheduled to be held in Australia from October 18 to November 15 has been postponed due to the outbreak of COVID 19 pandemic.

ICC president David Richardson said that “the right decision was made” by postponing the tournament.

He added: “The top priority is always player Cricket News welfare, and with players’ health at risk, we have no option but to postpone all international cricket until the pandemic subsides, given that players will not get sufficient rest between games.”

ICC postpones T20 World Cup scheduled to be held in Australia from October 18 to November 15 due to COVID 19 pandemic.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has postponed. The T20 World Cup scheduled to be held in Australia from October 18 to November 15 due to the COVID 19 pandemic.

In a press release, ICC said: “This decision has been made after considering. All factors and consultations with our broadcast partners Fox Sports and Star Sports. CricketNews. We will make further announcements on timings of matches as soon as possible.”

BCCI Likely To Host England From September To December This Year For All Formats

The BCCI is likely to host England from September to December this year for all formats. The England tour of India will be for all formats and is set to be from September to December.

The BCCI has not yet confirmed the dates, but it is believed. That five ODIs, three T20Is and a four-Test series will be played in India between September 30th and November 19th. The first Test match is scheduled at Rajkot from October 4th-8th, followed. By three more Tests at Delhi (October 12-16). Visakhapatnam (October 22-26) and Mumbai (October 30-November 3).

Cricket News Thereafter there will be three T20Is on November 7th, 9th and 11th before the final two ODI matches are played on November 15th and 18th.

International Cricket To Resume In July As West Indies Tour England – CricketNews

The West Indies will tour England for 3 Tests, 5 ODIs and 3 T20Is.

CricketNews The West Indies will tour England from July to September.

The West Indies will tour England after the completion of the Indian Premier League and after the completion of World Cup 2019 (both scheduled in May).

If things go as per the plan, India will travel Down Under for a full-fledged. Tour including ODIs and Tests after the completion of the IPL.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will be travelling to Australia during the 2020-21 season. The tour includes five ODIs, three T20Is and four Tests.

The Indian team will play against West Indies at home in 2020-21. Where they will play five ODIs, three T20Is and four Tests. CricketNews

The India vs Australia series will comprise of three Tests. Beginning on December 12 in Chennai before moving to Kolkata (December 17-19) and Delhi (December 26-28). Then there’ll be two more Test matches on New Year’s Eve Day before. It ends with fifth match on January 2nd at Perth Stadium

After IPL 2021, Sachin Tendulkar feels that the Indian cricket team should take enough. Rest to gear up for their challenging tour to Australia later this year.

After IPL 2021, Sachin Tendulkar feels that the Indian cricket team. Should take enough rest to gear up for their challenging tour to Australia later this year.

CricketNews It is not easy to play continuously after a long season. And it is important that the players are given time to recover from fatigue and injuries. If you ask me what I feel about India playing Australia in November. Then I would like to say that we need more time for our preparation because. We are playing against one of the best teams in world cricket right now.”

“The last time we played them (Australia), they were very strong,” said Tendulkar. “They played really well with pace bowling, spin bowling – everything was working for them,” he added.

Conclusion – CricketNews

CricketNews The BCCI has been taking the right steps to ensure. That their players are in the best of health even after playing cricket for over 20 years. All international cricketers will be tested for CVID 19 pandemic. And if found positive, they will be put under observation and treatment. At a special facility near St George’s Park in South Africa.

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