Dubai: The International Cricket Council (ICC) will discuss the future of the upcoming T20 World Cup in the Chief Executive Committee’s meeting on Thursday [April 23].
According to the details, ICC is considering an option to conduct the mega event behind closed doors. The decision can be taken following the increasing rate of coronavirus across the world.
Cricket without spectators is better than no cricket….at least fans can watch it on TV… that's the point ICC will consider in a tele-con on Thursday…. final decision on Twenty20 World Cup will not be taken before July.
— Shahid Hashmi (@hashmi_shahid) April 21, 2020
Representatives from all cricket boards will join the teleconference and discuss alternative ways to resume cricket activities. The meeting will be headed by the CEO of ICC, Manu Sawhney.
It must be noted here that all major sporting events have been postponed for an indefinite period due to widely-spread Coronavirus.