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Men’s T20 World Cup postponed to 2021 as reshuffle opens up IPL window

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  • Tournament scheduled for October one of many moved
  • England’s white-ball players may now play in IPL instead

England’s white-ball cricketers look set to play in a delayed Indian Premier League this winter following confirmation that the T20 World Cup has been pushed back by 12 months.

Eoin Morgan’s team had been looking to complete a double this year by following last year’s 50-over World Cup triumph at home with an assault on its short-form equivalent in Australia this October and November. But in a move that has been widely expected since the Covid-19 pandemic’s outbreak, the International Cricket Council has announced that it has now moved to October and November 2021, with another edition then following a year later.

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Written by Ali Martin
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Men’s T20 World Cup postponed to 2021 as reshuffle opens up IPL window

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