Here are all the 4th-week highlights for the month of May.
Cricket matches are aiming to have a comeback after the COVID-19 pandemic. With that, several cricket boards are already busy in arranging the schedules of their national teams. This includes Cricket Australia setting their schedule for India and Afghanistan. Aside from that, the ECB has also deferred their domestic season just so they can ensure the safety of all their players and staff.
READ MORE: ECB Defers Domestic Season Until August 1
The West Indies tour of England is also about to push through in July if everything will be ensured properly. With that, the Test players of the West Indies have already returned to their respective training at the Kensington Oval. If the game pushes through, then it would be held within a bio-secure environment to protect everyone. However, Indian player Rahul Dravid believes that this type of scenario would be unrealistic.
READ MORE: West Indies Players Return to Training
Meanwhile, some cricket boards are also organizing their staff by observing some changes with their board members. One of those is ICC’s Shashank Manohar who would no longer seek a third term in his office as the board’s chairman. On the other hand, the Pakistan Cricket Board grants both Saqlain Mushtaq and Grant Bradburn board positions with the help of the High Performance Centre program.
As of now, cricket matches are yet to resume because of the strict implementations that came along with COVID-19. Once cricket resumes, Betwala promises to give you the most reliable betting odds once more.
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