Zimbabwe Cricket proposed to broaden their visit to Australia prior when they visit Down Under not long from now for a three-match ODI series after 20 years. Notwithstanding, Australia turned down their solicitation to either incorporate a Test match or three T20Is in the first three-match ODI plan.
It has been perceived that the solicitation to broaden the series has been denied remembering the very bustling timetable of Australia in the coming days. A similar ODI series was good to go to occur in 2020 as a component of the ICC World Cup Super League yet the timetable experienced because of the pandemic and occurring this year is good to go.
Australia Won’t Be Able To Reschedule: Zimbabwe Cricket Executive Tavengwa Mukuhlani
In similar line of occasions, Zimbabwe Cricket executive Tavengwa Mukuhlani made it clear before that Australia would not be able to have the option to incorporate an one-off Test and T20Is because of their bustling timetable in the rescheduled visit as well.
Australia has already released list of its international fixtures this week which will see them playing against Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe, New Zealand, India, West Indies, and England among June and October in bilateral series.
“A Test match against Australia in their conditions would be a great development for our players, who would really look forward to the challenge”Said ZC chairperson Tavengwa Mukuhlani as quoted by ESPNcricinfo back in February.
“We are confident either a one-off Test or the T20Is can be arranged, so we have a bigger tour but it is subject to their scheduling. We will come even if it is for three ODIs, ”he said. he added.
Australia are good to go to visit Sri Lanka for a full fledged series in June and July, including two Tests, five ODIs, and three T20Is prior to facilitating Zimbabwe and New Zealand in August and September. In similar line of booked occasions, they likewise have an excursion to India ready to go for three T20Is in September.
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