Deadline to host ICC events
Deadline to host ICC events! The deadline for hosting the ICC event has ended, with the Big Three countries claiming to be uninterested.
The International Cricket Council has sought to express interest from the permanent and associate countries to host their tournaments in the next period from 2023 to 2031.
The deadline for the March 15 deadline has now passed. Indian media claimed that Big Three Boards India, England and Australia did not react in this regard, only to be supported by the United States and West Indies Cricket Board to host the T20 World Cup in a new era.
BCCI sources said that the ICC sought to increase the pressure
BCCI sources said that the ICC sought to increase the pressure on India, England, and Australia by expressing interest in hosting the event, but the move did not succeed.
The council declined to comment on the matter, although it has not been officially stated how many more expressive interest requests have been received for the next event.
It should be remembered that in an email sent to the Board of Commerce on February 13 this year from the Office of the Chief Executive of the ICC, it was made clear that the expression of interest will help initiate the initial process for the next events. Football, rugby, and basketball have organized the World Cup in new countries to promote their sport. And the ICC is always reluctant to host an event beyond the full members.