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Mar 17, 2020
2:29PM

Cricket Australia planning to host men's T20 World Cup as per schedule

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Cricket Australia is planning to host the men's T20 World Cup as per schedule in October despite the COVID-19 pandemic causing a collapse of sports events worldwide. The novel coronavirus outbreak has shredded sports calendars worldwide, including international and domestic cricket.

Cricket Australia Chief Kevin Roberts hopes that all forms of sport can be played again in a few weeks or a few months' time.
The men's T20 World Cup is slated to begin with the pre-qualifiers from October 18-23 followed by the main 12-team competition from October 24.

The final will be played on November 15 at the MCG and Cricket Australia is planning for a full house.

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