The regulating International Cricket Council (ICC) has taken a wait-and-watch method on Afghanistan yet will certainly talk about the video game’s fate in the nation in a board conference next month, ICC acting chief executive Geoff Allardice claimed on Sunday.
Afghanistan danger isolation since the country’s Taliban requisition in August, with Cricket Australia threatening not to hold them for a one-off Test in Hobart following month if the new federal government in Kabul did not permit ladies to play the sport.
The Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) has stated it is devoted to women’s cricket yet was awaiting directions from the federal government on its future.
” Our key feature is to support the growth of cricket because nation through the participant board,” Allardice told an online press conference ahead of the Twenty20 Globe Cup which begins on October 17.
” We have said the whole time that we are waiting to see exactly how points unfold under the different regimen in that nation.”
” The ICC board will certainly consider it when they next off meet which is looking like at the end of the T20 World Cup.”
Afghanistan are currently training in Qatar and also will begin their Twenty20 Globe war a qualifier in Sharjah on Oct 25.
When the Taliban last ruled Afghanistan two decades back, ladies were not allowed to attend college as well as women were banned from work and also education and learning.
Australia Test captain Tim Paine stated groups might refuse to play Afghanistan at the T20 World Mug, but Allardice claimed there was no question over their participation in the masterpiece event.
” They are a full member of the ICC and also the team is preparing for the occasion at the moment and will be playing in Team B,” he claimed.
” As for their participation in the event, it’s continuing as regular.”
The ICC official additionally verified that the 20-overs Globe Mug, last staged in 2016, will certainly embrace the Decision Review System with each group having a maximum of 2 evaluations per innings