Sri Lankan Cricket (SLC) has acknowledged to the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) that it’s not ready to host the Asia Cup T20 that’s slated to be held in August & September this 12 months.
SLC just lately postponed the Lanka Premier League (LPL) because of the financial disaster within the nation. On related grounds, they’ve stated they might not have the ability to host six groups for the event.
“Sri Lankan cricket has conveyed that because of the current political and financial state of affairs of their nation particularly the place overseas trade is worried it’s not a really perfect state of affairs for them to host such a mega-event of six groups on the island,” an ACC supply stated.
No substitute venues confirmed by the SLC but
Moreover, the UAE is likely one of the decisions for internet hosting the occasion however the ACC supply stated that the substitute hasn’t been confirmed as of but.
“UAE is just not the ultimate substitute venue, it might be another nation, even India because the ACC, Sri Lanka cricket will first have to speak with Emirates Cricket Board officers to get ultimate approval for the occasion,” the official additionally added.
The Asia Cup can be held simply earlier than the T20 World Cup which is able to happen in October-November in Australia.