World News – GB – ECB is ready to welcome its comeback next summer as it announces the India Test Series


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The England and Wales Cricket Board has paved the way for a return to normality next summer, planning for the return of fans to international matches and the restoration of sport across the country again.

A full calendar of men’s matches and one women’s series have been saved this year despite the challenges of the Coronavirus pandemic, but the imperatives of a biosafety bubble mean that every match is held behind closed doors..

Moreover, only three stadiums organized matches, with the Emirates Old Trafford and the Ageas Bowl used for the men’s international players and all five T20 matches against the West Indies women played in Derby.

The European Central Bank has always been reluctant to appeal these restrictions, though, and it has now released its draft itinerary for 2021, which includes nine different host stadiums and, most importantly, a ballot that expects to allow live crowds.. It is understood that the grounds will be sold to full capacity and that every purchase – plus tickets carried over from this year – will carry a refund guarantee should conditions change..

The summer main event is the Five Test Series against India in August and September, hosting Trent Bridge, Lord’s, Headingley, Oval and Old Trafford, with the White Ball series against Sri Lanka and Pakistan scheduled throughout June and July.. The matches will be played in Durham, Edgbaston, Bristol and Cardiff.

Uncertainty about the start of the World Test Championship final and a possible qualification for England means that more matches could be added, including additional matches against Sri Lanka before the first listed international match on 29 June. Ageas Bowl, who is not appearing in Initial Customization despite his primary role in 2020, will be number one.

Moein Ali, the multi-level founder of England, who is currently preparing to take on South Africa in Cape Town, welcomed the developments.

« I think the most important thing for us is playing in front of the fans, » he said..

“It’s huge – you realize just how lacking you are, and the extra motivation they give you when you play, go around the country. If fans could come next year that would be cool. I think players all over the world miss fans a lot.

Tom Harrison, chief executive of the European Central Bank added: “It’s an exciting prospect for England fans, and while Covid means there is still a great deal of uncertainty, we really hope we can welcome the fans back onto the stadiums safely after that.. Year to bring this unique atmosphere to stadiums across the country.

Dates and venues have yet to be determined for Heather Knight’s team, but the European Central Bank says South Africa and New Zealand are expected to travel 50 and 20 more, while the blind team will return to the field against Ashes rivals Australia.

Also shaping the remainder of the 2021 campaign, as England confirmed a brief historic trip to Pakistan in October, ending a 16-year absence due to long-standing security concerns..

A limited round was proposed in early 2021, but scheduling problems forced the European Central Bank to agree to a later date. England will now arrive in Karachi on October 12 and play two T20 matches on October 14 and 15 before the two teams leave for India ahead of the T20 World Cup..

Moein, who is of Pakistani descent and played there this year in the PSL T20 League, thinks the news is very important.

« After being there not long ago, it was a great experience to play there and I’m sure Pakistan did its best to host that (series). We can’t wait to go there in the future. I think it would have happened anyway, but I think it is right that after such a long time we go back to the same game, Pakistan and cricket in the country..

June 29: 1st ODI v SL (Durham), Jul 1: 2nd ODI v SL (Oval), Jul 4: 3rd ODI v SL (Bristol).

July 8: First ODI match against Buck (Cardiff), July 10: Second ODI match against Buck (Lords), July 13: Third ODI match against Buck (Edgbaston).

July 16: 1st T20I v Pak (Trent Bridge) July 18: 2nd T20I v Pak (Headingley) July 20: 3rd T20I v Pak (Old Trafford).

Aug 4-8: 1st Test v Ind (Trent Bridge), Aug 12-16: 2nd Test v Ind (Lord’s), Aug 25-29: 3rd Test v India (Headingley), 2-6 Sep: 4th Test Vs India (Oval), 10-14 September: Fifth Test vs India (Old Trafford).

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