The International Cricket Council (ICC) has to decide the future of the T20 World Cup to be held in Australia this year. Meanwhile, former West Indies bowler Michael Holding has said that if the T20 World Cup is postponed, the IPL should be replaced. The ICC has to decide on whether the T20 World Cup will happen this year or not on June 10.
Holding feels that the ICC should think about replacing the T20 World Cup with IPL. However, if the T20 World Cup does not proceed as planned, a scenario that is likely at this time, the BCCI has the authority to conduct the IPL during the October – November window.
The Caribbean veteran has said, “I don’t think the ICC is delaying the T20 World Cup, because they are making a place for the IPL. It is Australian government law where they can send any visitor before a specific date in the country.” Do not allow to come in.
But if the T20 World Cup does not take place, then the BCCI has all the rights to go ahead and hold the domestic tournament, as there is a place (October-November window) left. “
Considering the ICC’s decision to ban the use of saliva to shine the ball in the wake of the epidemic, he said that it is a big issue for bowlers to work without it.