England Cricket Board (ECB) has Decide No Professional Cricket any more untill COVID-19 pandemic

The England Cricket Board (ECB) has made an important decision because of the spread of the Corona virus. The ECB has announced that no professional cricket will be played in England and Wales until May 28 2020 due to the Corona virus.

“During this period of deep uncertainty it is the ECB’s first priority to protect the wellbeing of everyone within the cricket family, from players, to fans and colleagues across the game.’’

ECB Chief Executive Officer Tom Harrison

The ECB also consulted with the Counties and Professional Cricketers’ Association before making this decision. Due to Corona virus Sri Lanka Cricket board Call back Their Player from England. Sri Lanka Cricket team played matches against England. The England Cricket Board (ECB) takes Right Decision on Right Time. The Player Life is more Important any Tournament.

This year the cricket season in England will start with a seven-week delay. The first class tournament in England was scheduled to begin on April 12. Every year a match is played before the start of the county championship, this year the match was to be played between Essex and Marley Bone Cricket (MCC) but the match has been canceled due to epidemic of Corona Virus

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