England banned playing cricket until May 28
England banned playing cricket until May 28! The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has banned any type of professional cricket in the country till May 28.
According to a statement issued by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), England have been banned from playing any type of professional cricket until May 28 in view of the Coronavirus.
According to the ECB statement, “In the current situation, the safety of the players, from the fans and everyone connected with the game is our top priority.” The ECB’s meeting also announces that the start of the new cricket season in England should be suspended for seven weeks. According to reports, the ECB had started meeting in June, July, and August to formulate suggestions for the start of the new season.
Canceling the Twenty20 World Cup 2020
With no chance of canceling the Twenty20 World Cup 2020, the most concentrated in the IC Seaglass was the three-Test series against the West Indies, the series against the India Women’s Cricket Team and the Vitality Blast Tournament.
It was decided at the meeting that the board would be in constant touch with the British Government and according to the situation a new decision would be made only after their suggestions.