Warner sees no possibility of England tour

Due to coronavirus pandemic sports world have become stagnant. All cricket series have been canceled due to this deadlocked situation around the world. And there is a possibility that upcoming series might be canceled if current situation persist more.

Warner sees no possibility of England tour

In July 2020, Australia and England agreed to arrange three-match ODI and T20I series. But due to the current situation there is no possibility of the series to be held, says Australian opener David Warner. He thinks the two boards might cancel the tour.

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Though the series time scheduled has lingered to September for a normal atmosphere. Because both the boards agreed that after a long time to return in cricket a warm up match is much necessary. That’s why time scheduled has extended. But the series might not take place in spite of extension in time, says Warner.

Warner has brought reference of British Prime Minister’s attack of coronavirus and says that it will cost much more time for England to return in regular cricket.

Australia will be hosting upcoming T20 world cup in October. But due to coronavirus pandemic still there is no confirmation either this version of world will happen or not. But Cricket Australia (CA) is firm in resolve to held upcoming Test series against India in their home ground. Because if this series is canceled they will be at loss of 100 million dollars.

Due to COVID-19 Australia have canceled the Test series against Bangladesh. Series against Zimbabwe in limited over edition is also at stake.

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