ICC CEO stresses ECB’s efforts in organizing landmark series against West Indies Cricket news

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DUBAI: ICC Chief Executive Manu Sahni has on Wednesday commended the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) for their efforts in creating a bio-safe environment for the Test series against the West Indies.
International cricket will return after 117 days as England and the West Indies will feature in a three-match series starting in the spectator-less Aegis Bowl in Southampton.
Sports activities were suspended globally in March in the wake of the coronovirus outbreak.
“I would like to thank the ECB for their untiring efforts that appropriate measures are being taken to ensure the safety and security of the participants,” an ICC statement said.
Both teams are staying at the hotel, which is a part of the Agas Bowl Stadium. The next two Tests will be held at Old Trafford, Manchester.
“From the day exactly four months ago, the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup final was watched by millions of fans around the world, and we are sure the excitement is high.
“I wish both teams and match officials the best in what promises to be an exciting series,” Sawhney said.

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