English Cricket Board loses 100m

Manchester: The England and Wales Cricket Board needed to bear a lack of 16.1 million kilos resulting from Corona. The deficit introduced the board’s money reserves to 2 2.2 million.

In keeping with board officers, the English Cricket Board had a complete lack of 100 million kilos, the deficit was diminished by holding matches behind closed doorways.

Chief Monetary Officer Scott Smith says final yr has been a difficult yr, with income from the sale of board tickets zero final yr, whereas the board’s spending on biosecure environments has elevated.

Groups from Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka and New Zealand are scheduled to tour this yr. Circumstances are bettering resulting from coronavirus management within the nation, and the board hopes spectators shall be allowed to go to the stadium this yr. Ticket gross sales will restore the board’s income.

Alternatively, the English Cricket Board has urged its gamers to offer precedence to nationwide responsibility as an alternative of taking part in in personal leagues.

In keeping with British media, earlier than the T20 World Cup, England is to play a white ball sequence in Pakistan and Bangladesh, whereas the lately postponed Indian League is being deliberate in England. The IPL shall be held in England in September-October. Prone to occur.

It ought to be famous that 11 gamers of the English workforce have been included within the Indian League IPL. 9 gamers have arrived within the UK after the IPL was postponed however they’re in quarantine whereas Chris Jordan is in Barbados whereas Avon Morgan has accomplished his quarantine in Maldives. Are doing

In keeping with a joint announcement by the English Cricket Board and Pakistan Cricket Board, the English cricket workforce will arrive in Pakistan in October subsequent yr. The English cricket workforce will attain Karachi on October 12, adopted by T20 matches between the 2 groups on October 14 and 15. I shall be


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