With next month’s series postponed, India women proceed to be without cricket since March
Cricket Australia has mentioned that the three-match ODI series between Australia women and India women has been postponed to “next season”, dates pending. The series was scheduled for late January.
Australia’s women vs India women
The BCCI wasn’t keen on going by with the series, which was initially scheduled to be a part of the lead-up to the 2021 World Cup in February. The World Cup’s postponement to 2022 is known to be an element on this resolution, which successfully implies that India ladies will proceed to be without cricket because of the T20 World Cup final on March 8 this yr. Cricket Australia interim CEO Nick Hockley hoped the postponed series could be an extended one, with three T20Is added to it.
“We’re very hopeful of delivering an expanded schedule between the Australian and Indian women‘s groups for next season, which might be an impressive consequence for followers in each country,” Hockley mentioned. “We had initially hoped to play India this summer, nevertheless the impression of the worldwide pandemic made it essential to postpone till the subsequent season.
“It is going to be great to as soon as once more host the Indian women‘s group, who had been centre stage for that unforgettable ICC T20 World Cup closing at the MCG in March, and to take action with an expanded schedule from what was initially deliberate.”
As issues stand, India will at greatest take the sector subsequent in February, if a limited-overs project towards Sri Lanka, presently being mentioned between the 2 boards, does happen – both at home or away.