International cricket set to return in July
The three-match Test series between England and West Indies which is scheduled to take place on June is all ready to be rescheduled in July and with that series cricket is set for return after almost four months in the coronavirus pandemic.
The confirmation of the series will be decided on Thursday, May 28.
In any case, long stretches of talk between the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and their partners in the Caribbean has seen a modified visiting agenda drawn up with matches played behind closed doors in bio-secure conditions.
Official clearance from the UK government and a conventional greeting to visit from the ECB is normal before a Cricket West Indies executive gathering to sanction the excursion happens on Thursday.
Each of the three Tests are expected to be organized at Southampton’s Ageas Bowl and Old Trafford in Manchester, venues with on-site hotels that will permit the two teams to stay segregated from everybody.
The first Test is expected to take place in Southampton on July 8, with the final two matches in Manchester starting on July 16 and July 24.