David Warner of Australia in action against New Zealand at the Sydney Cricket Ground in March. Cricket Australia decided to close all matches in the ODI series against New Zealand to spectators due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Photo: EPADavid Warner of Australia in action against New Zealand at the Sydney Cricket Ground in March. Cricket Australia decided to close all matches in the ODI series against New Zealand to spectators due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Photo: EPA
David Warner of Australia in action against New Zealand at the Sydney Cricket Ground in March. Cricket Australia decided to close all matches in the ODI series against New Zealand to spectators due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Photo: EPA

Covid-19: Cricket Australia admits Twenty20 World Cup plans 'unrealistic'

  • Tournament was set to begin October 18 but chairman admits plans need to change amid coronavirus restrictions
  • T20 World Cup head says that ICC will make decision on how to proceed in the next month
Topic |   ICC (International Cricket Council)
David Warner of Australia in action against New Zealand at the Sydney Cricket Ground in March. Cricket Australia decided to close all matches in the ODI series against New Zealand to spectators due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Photo: EPADavid Warner of Australia in action against New Zealand at the Sydney Cricket Ground in March. Cricket Australia decided to close all matches in the ODI series against New Zealand to spectators due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Photo: EPA
David Warner of Australia in action against New Zealand at the Sydney Cricket Ground in March. Cricket Australia decided to close all matches in the ODI series against New Zealand to spectators due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Photo: EPA
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