Dubai: Coronavirus has had a great impact on cricket. In view of the threat of the epidemic, many new rules were enacted in the year 2020, so that the safety of the players, coaches and support staff can be taken care of. Now the ICC has taken an important decision keeping in mind the need of the teams.
7 extra members will be in the team
The ICC allowed 7 extra players or support staff to accompany the team to senior tournaments in keeping with the needs of Quarantine in the Corona era, leading to Team India in the World Test Championship final in June. Can go with 30 members.
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Decision in ICC meeting
This decision was taken after a series of virtual meetings of the ICC Board. The ICC said in a statement, “The ICC board allowed members to include up to 7 extra players or support staff in senior tournaments where quarantine is mandatory and / or teams will remain in the bio bubble.”
Details from the International Cricket Council (ICC) board and committee meetings here https://t.co/mAkkv1F8Hz
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WTC will be final in June
The final of the first ICC World Test Championship between India and New Zealand (IND vs NZ) will be played from June 18 to 22 in the bio bubble of Hampshire Bowl in Southampton.
T20 World Cup was also discussed
The ICC also said that it hoped that the tax and visa guarantee related to the T20 World Cup to be held in India would be resolved by next month. It said that it has received the latest information from the BCCI that an important conversation has been held with the Government of India in this regard.