The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is in talks with the Cricket Board of India and South Africa to host the women's tri-day international series this year. The Indian women's team was to play a three-match ODI against England and a T20 International series of the same number of matches, but it has been postponed for the time being.
The Women's T20 World Cup was the last major cricket competition in Australia before the Kovid-19 pandemic stalled sporting activities in March. ECB chief executive Tom Harrison said that if all things went according to plan, he hoped to see international women's cricket this year.
Harrison said during the Tuffers and Vaughn podcast, "If everything goes well then we can get to see international cricket." The plan is to have England play some international cricket this year. We are talking to BCCI and Cricket South Africa with the intention of inviting women teams for the tri-series. ''
He said, "In September this year, we might get to celebrate something about women's cricket." We are desperate to keep the rhythm. Women's cricket has made great progress in the recent past. "However, Harrison said that the decision to invite India to the tri-series depends on how they deal with the deadly disease that is wreaking havoc in the subcontinent." And there are no signs of it being controlled.
He said, "A lot of work is going on but not every part of this decision is under our control." One thing that is clear about this crisis is that when you work with international teams, you also deal with the Kovid environment here and abroad. Whereas more than 40 thousand people have died. On the other hand, in India more than two lakh 70 thousand people are infected with the corona virus while more than seven thousand seven hundred people have died.