Australian gamers instructed prepare for England collection as T20 WC set to be postponed: Reports


Melbourne, July 6

The Australian cricket crew, which began outside coaching, has been instructed to prepare for a white-ball collection in opposition to England in September because the ICC T20 World Cup is anticipated to be postponed this week, in accordance with a media report right here.

The Indian Premier League is ready to be slotted in the course of the October-November window because the ICC Board might lastly determine to formally announce the postponement of the October 18-November 15 World Cup in Australia because of the logistical points that can crop up because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Cricket’s World Cup is set to be officially postponed this week as Australia’s players are told to start preparing for comeback battle against England,” Australian newspaper ‘The Daily Telegraph’ reported.

The report additionally acknowledged that if Cricket Australia decides on permitting its gamers to play within the IPL, “…the ideal scenario would be they could go straight from the England limited overs series to wherever the T20 league is held in Middle East or Asia”.                  

The Australian crew is, due to this fact, now getting ready for ODIs and T20 Internationals in opposition to England in an away collection.

“Training for return to action in September is strongest indication yet that Aaron Finch’s troops will head to the UK for a limited overs tour in bio-security bubble …..,” the newspaper additional wrote.

The report states {that a} white-ball tour of England is but to be formally confirmed however Australia’s tempo bowlers are “building up their workloads for a return to play in September and players have been told to start preparing for another date with the Old Enemy.” PTI 

 



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