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BCCI and CA to decide avoiding WC hosting collision


With the postponement of the T20 world cup which was said to Australia, there are chaotic schedule ahead. To solve the riddle of hosting upcoming mega events, the heads of BCCI and Cricket Australia will be connecting virtually to discuss the hosting of two T20 World Cups in the next two years when the ICC’s all-powerful board meets on Friday.

BCCI and CA to decide avoiding WC hosting collision

On the presence of next ICC chairman, the nomination process of which is yet to be announced formally, the decision will also be impacted by the stand of the two boards . Current BCCI president Sourav Ganguly and secretary Jay Shah along with CA’s Earl Eddings and Nick Hockley will reach a consensus on the hosting of 2021 and 2022 editions.

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“The the main agenda of the meeting is scheduling of ICC tournaments including the women’s ODI World Cup in New Zealand early next year. It is expected that some decisions will be taken,” an ICC Board member told PTI on conditions of anonymity.

It is assuming that Cricket Australia will like to host the T20 World Cup in October 2021 as it had already started preparations and wouldn’t like to wait for two years. On the other hand, BCCI also doesn’t want to forego its right to host the tournament in 2021.

“The BCCI was originally scheduled to host the T20 World Cup in 2021 and they would like to go ahead. Another reason being, hosting a T20 World Cup in 2022 and then a 50 over global event within a gap of just one year. It would be an overkill,” another ICC board member said.

“The ICC website states that those who have booked match tickets for Australia World T20 event should wait till further announcement. The reason being CA wants to host the event next year,” he said pointing Cricket Australia, it also has a few points in its favour.

 

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