Cricket Australia on Tuesday said it has placed on maintain their three-game T20I series in opposition to the West Indies which was scheduled to be held in October. Matches of the the T20 series had been slated to be held in Townsville, Cairns and the Gold Coast on October 4, 6 and 9 respectively. It was alleged to be a warm-up series forward of the T20 World Cup however with the showpiece event being postponed last month because of the world health disaster, the 2 cricket boards determined to postpone it.
“Together with @windiescricket, we have agreed to postpone the Twenty20 series originally scheduled for Queensland in October,” Cricket Australia said in a tweet.
“Serving as warm-ups for the ICC T20 World Cup, the series will now coincide with the rescheduled T20 World Cup in Australia, in either 2021 or 2022.”Top gamers from each the nations will now participate in the rescheduled 13th IPL, which shall be held in the UAE from September 19 to November 10.
Australia’s ODI series in opposition to Zimbabwe, which was scheduled to start on Sunday, has already been postponed.
Australia’s subsequent task is a limited-overs tour of England in early September but it surely stays to be seen if it really goes forward. Last week, South Africa indefinitely postponed their tour of West Indies in September as their gamers shall be busy with the IPL. West Indies had been hoping to host South Africa for both two Tests or 5 T20Is in September.