A PCB official, ahead of the International Cricket Council meetings beginning on Thursday to discuss the fate of the World T20, said that Pakistan's stance will be to push for a wait and watch policy.

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has mentioned it could not help any transfer to reschedule this 12 months’s T20 World Cup to 2021 as it could hit all the worldwide calendar.

A PCB official, forward of the Worldwide Cricket Council conferences starting on Thursday to debate the destiny of the World T20, mentioned that Pakistan’s stance might be to push for a wait and watch coverage.

“We’re in Might and there may be nonetheless time. The ICC members ought to wait and see the place this Coronavirus pandemic goes. A choice on staging the occasion will be taken even after say two months,” he mentioned.

He additionally famous that by that point it could have develop into clear if member boards are capable of resume full-scale cricket actions in step with the insurance policies of their governments on the pandemic.

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“There is no such thing as a cricket being performed proper now however in two months time we are going to know what’s the place as a result of West Indies and Pakistan are to play in England if issues go in response to plan,” he mentioned.

The media has speculated that the ICC board members may transfer the worldwide occasion to February-March subsequent 12 months and even postpone it to 2022 as one other World T20 Cup is scheduled in India in 2021.

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Sources within the PCB confirmed the board was not pleased with stories that the Asia Cup and World T20 might be postponed this 12 months, giving the Indian cricket board (BCCI) a potential window to organise the IPL.

“The IPL is a home occasion of the BCCI and can’t be given choice over ICC occasions or bilateral agreements. Pakistan won’t help any such transfer,” one supply mentioned.

However he conceded that the PCB is already engaged on a plan to line up cricket actions in case the Asia Cup and World T20 Cup will not be held this 12 months.

The BCCI has mentioned it stands to lose round Rs 4000 core if the IPL is just not held this 12 months

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