The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Thursday hosted a Chief Executives’ Committee meeting via conference call as CEO’s of the 12 full members and three Associate representatives came together and committed to working in partnership to address the challenges cricket is facing or will face during the time of COVID-19 pandemic.
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The CEC meeting, held via tele-conference, decided that a decision on the World Test Championship and the proposed ODI league, scheduled in June, can be taken at a later date.
“There was agreement that the disrupted FTP programme would need to be collectively reviewed through to 2023 with a view to rescheduling as much of the cricket that has been postponed due to COVID-19 as possible,” the ICC said in a statement.
Decisions on the World Test Championship and the ICC Men’s World Cup Super League will be held at a later date when there is a clear understanding of how much cricket has been lost due to the pandemic.