World Check Championship closing to happen in Southampton: BCCI President Sourav Ganguly | Cricket Information
The ICC World Check Championship closing between India and New Zealand, which was scheduled to be performed at cricket’s most iconic venue Lords, will now happen in Southampton. BCCI President Sourav Ganguly confirmed the event to India Right this moment on Monday.
Nevertheless, there was no affirmation by the worldwide cricket governing physique, ICC, on this regard.
“I am trying ahead to attending the World Check Championship closing between India and New Zealand in Southampton,” Ganguly instructed India Right this moment.
“Yeah, it’s in Southampton. It was determined very long time in the past. On account of Covid and so they [in Southampton] have the resort completely shut. When England resumed play after Covid, they’d numerous matches in Southampton as a result of similar cause,” the previous India skipper added.
In the meantime, BCCI vice-president Rajeev Shukla additionally confirmed the identical to information company ANI. “Sure the ultimate shall be performed in Southampton keeping track of the Covid scenario,” he was quoted as saying by ANI of their report.
India certified for the World Check Championship closing after securing a complete 3-1 collection win towards England. The WTC closing is scheduled between June 18 and 22.
In the meantime, Kane Williamson’s New Zealand progressed to the finals after the Check collection between Australia and South Africa was postponed as a result of prevaling Covid-19 scenario.