The ICC T20 World Cup due in October due to Corona virus infection is threatening clouds. In such a situation, former Australian spinner Brad Hogg has suggested a way to organize the tournament. He believes that if the ICC accepts this suggestion, then the tournament can be held at the right time.
The T20 World Cup is to be held in Australia in October-November this year. Travel has been banned for 6 months in Australia due to the risk of corona infection. In such a situation, there are allegations that the T20 World Cup will not be held. The former Australia spinner posted a video on Twitter, stating that if the World Cup is not done then crores of fans will be sad. It would be better to make arrangements to minimize this in the empty stadium as well.
Hogg said in a video posted on his official Twitter account, “We have to play the T20 World Cup as it is planned. A lot of the players are in lockdown internationally and they are not able to go out and train. We have to get them in Australia probably a month earlier.”
Regarding the measures before bringing players further to Australia, Hogg also stated, “If there are no commercial flights at the moment, we will need to use charter flights. All those players who sit in this charter will have their corona virus tested and brought to Australia if they all pass the test. When they arrive in Australia, all of them should be kept in quarantine for two weeks and after that they should be tested again. Once all are passed, then they can train and participate in the tournament.”