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Cricket Australia wants to host 2021 T20 World Cup; ICC says no decision taken

Cricket Australia wants to host 2021 T20 World Cup; ICC says no decision taken

  • May 28, 2020
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MUMBAI: Cricket Australia (CA) chairman Earl Eddings wrote a letter to the International Cricket Council's Financial and Trade Affairs Committee (F&CA) requesting that Australia be allowed to host the 2021 World Cup T20, instead of 2020.By doing this, Eddings and CA have reiterated that they will not be in a position to organize the 2020 version of the tournament, scheduled for October 18 to November 15. Indeed, the Eddings letter specifically requests that Australia be allowed to host the 2021 version instead of 2022, given multiple commercials at stake.The email, which was sent by Eddings (TOI owns this message), was flagged only for members of the Financial & Commercial Affairs Commission (F&CA). The CA chair is also a member of the panel, while BCCI is not part of this committee. F&CA is chaired by the president of Pakistan Cricket Council, Ehsan Mani, who was promoted to the presidency after former BCCI president Shashank Manohar took over the board. TOI understands that CA sent this message more than a week ago.Boards say they are fascinated by the ICC statement given that the CA has made its position very clear: it does not expect the 2020 event to be organized.“Why does the ICC not acknowledge that they have a letter from the CA chief? These are things that give the administration a bad name. As they said (CPI),” the current president (Manohar) confirmed is not looking for an extension. About your state. "Is this the whole truth?" Say the sources that follow developments.Eddings' shared concern in the message is his stated view that "it would be harmful to cricket if the cancellation of the" Australian event "(this year's T20 World Cup) is replaced by the award of the T20 World Cup in October 2022".Eddings message says: “Fortunately, Australia has succeeded in“ Curve (Covid) ”, which means there is more certainty of being able to play in Australia in 2021 (which is essential to maintaining membership distribution). It will give India a year Another is to solve any of the issues related to Covid, "stressing that India should host the 2022 event.Cricket Australia says it has invested heavily in the last women's T20 to "make it a success" and has spent a lot of money marketing the event. Given the current financial burden, CA adds that there will be no guarantee for continued government support in 2022 that has agreed to pay $ 4.5 million to tourism partner rights.Will India agree to host the 2022 event?As long as BCCI hosts the IPL every year and its bilateral obligations are respected in the country, India will lose little. "The proceeds of the ICC event are not actually compared to the stakes that the T20 League Chamber of Commerce and all other international cockroaches have at home. So if India really wants to provide service to Australia, why not?" Say developments follow. Ultimately, it is bound to be a political rather than a commercial decision, given that financial stakeholders have little or no profit in the negotiations.What's in store on Thursday?With the ICC stressing that chairman Shashank Manohar will not seek to extend his term and documents drafted for nominations after understanding between members, the only other agenda item other than discussing the T20 World Cup is deciding the election date. Sources say, "Technically, the deadline for nominations will be about two weeks after ratification, which is Thursday. Therefore, elections can be held in late June or early July." From now until the next elections, he expected the T20 World Cup to continue and be a "political debate".Article Source: timesofindiaRead More: How to reschedule T20 World Cup? ICC committee debates in BCCI's absence

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Cricket Australia Announces Schedule For Mens And Womens Ashes Series For 2021-22

  • May 19, 2021
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Cricket Australia said they were hopeful of organizing an Ashes series before full groups later this year however they would follow government counsel when it came to conceding voyaging allies as the timetable for the England's men’s & women’s visits was delivered on Tuesday.The five-Test men's Ashes will begin in Brisbane on December 8 preceding a day/night match in Adelaide. The conventional Boxing Day Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground will at that point happen.Sydney, however, will be the scene for the fourth Test, instead of the arrangement finale as has been standard, with the fifth Test at Perth's Optus Stadium.Both those last two matches are planned for January.Australia lost 2-1 at home to India in a vital four-Test arrangement 2-1 played before decreased groups due to the Covid pandemic between November 2020 and January this year. Unnecessary travel to Australia from the UK isn't presently allowed because of Covid-19."The exercises gained from effectively conveying a protected summer in 20-21 gives us certainty on what we're ready to accomplish, and we're all expecting a mid year of full groups and an Ashes air we're completely familiar with," said Nick Hockley, Cricket Australia's break CEO.Women’s SeriesIn the mean time a multi-design arrangement between the England and Australian ladies will begin with an oddball Test in Canberra from January 27-30, trailed by three Twenty20s and three one-day internationals."2022 will be an astonishing year for ladies' cricket," said England and Wales Cricket Board CEO Tom Harrison."With an Ashes, a World Cup in New Zealand and a home Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, this could be a milestone year for our group."Australia hold the men's Ashes following a 2-2 attract England in 2019, when their ladies' side won the comparing arrangement by the decided edge of 12 focuses to four.Men's Ashes 2021/22Dec 8-12: 1st Test, Gabba, BrisbaneDec 16-20: 2nd Test, Adelaide Oval, Adelaide (day/night)Dec 26-30: 3rd Test, Melbourne Cricket Ground, MelbourneJan 5-9: 4th Test, Sydney Cricket Ground, SydneyJan 14-18: 5th Test, Optus Stadium, PerthWomen's AshesJan 27-30: Test, Manuka Oval, CanberraFeb 4: 1st T20, North Sydney Oval, SydneyFeb 6: 2nd T20, North Sydney OvalFeb 10: 3rd T20, Adelaide OvalFeb 13: 1st ODI, Adelaide OvalFeb 16: 2nd ODI, Junction Oval, MelbourneFeb 19: 3rd ODI, Junction Oval, MelbourneAlso Read: IPL 2021: BCCI president Sourav Ganguly gives good news to IPL fans

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Australia pacer James Pattinson retires from international cricket

  • Oct 20, 2021
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Australian fast bowler James Pattinson has announced his decision to retire from international cricket after realizing he would not be in the reckoning for the Ashes Series due to fitness issues. The 31-year-old, who has played 21 test matches and 15 ODI matches, though will continue to play domestic cricket.Pattinson had recently suffered a knee injury during an intra-squad Victorian trial game"Leading into pre-season I really wanted to give the Ashes a crack but, in the end, I haven't had the preparation I would have liked heading into the coming season," Pattinson was quoted as saying by cricket.com.au in a statement."If I was to be part of the Ashes, I would need to do myself and my teammates justice. I didn't want to be in a position of battling with my body when you need to be 100 per cent fit and ready to go at any time. That would not be fair to myself or the team.Also Read- Yuvraj Singh Arrested, Released on Bail Over Casteist Remark on Yuzvendra Chahal "It was then I felt that instead of trying to play at the very highest level, knowing I have only got three or four years of cricket left, I would focus more on Victoria, helping the young guys develop, perhaps some cricket in England and spending more time with my family." He claimed 81 Test wickets and 16 ODI scalps in his career after making his Test debut in December 2011 alongside Mitchell Starc and David Warner against New Zealand in Brisbane. His last Test was against New Zealand in Sydney in January 2020, while he last played an ODI back in September 2015 against England at Leeds.Also Read- England Captain Eoin Morgan Ready To Drop Himself In Bid For T20 World Cup Glory