ICC postponed three World Cup league due to Corona

ICC postponed three World Cup leagues due to Corona

The cricket tournament is still being postponed due to the Corona epidemic. This has also had an impact on the big tournament of the International Cricket Council (ICC). Last year, the ICC T20 World Cup was postponed due to Corona. Now the ICC announced on Friday that three upcoming cricket series under World Cup League 2 between March and May have been postponed due to Kovid-19.

The 18 ODIs under the Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Series of World Cup League 2 were to be part of qualifying for the 2023 World Cup. The postponed series included the current Oman at the top of the points table, who would host second-placed America and seventh-placed Nepal for six ODIs from 19 to 28 March.

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The ICC said, “This moratorium is due to the current travel restrictions between the respective countries.” The ICC said that it would now work with the host and participating members to find a suitable window.

Cricket Australia has recently decided to postpone its crucial tour of South Africa due to the Corona epidemic. Since the postponement of the tour, the South Africa Cricket Board is very angry and has requested the ICC to intervene in the matter. After the postponement of the tour, the New Zealand team reached the final of the Test Championship. She became the first team to reach the finals. After the Test series between India and England, the name of the second team will be decided.