CWI CEO Rubbishes Reports Of Host Change For Next Year’s T20 World Cup- “There’s No Truth To It”

Cricket West Indies has rubbished reports about the International Cricket Council (ICC) possibly asking England to step in and host next year’s ICC T20 World Cup, originally scheduled to take place in the West Indies and the USA.

A number of media outlets, including CricTracker, Sportskeeda, and the Daily Mirror, have reported that the venue shift is being considered due to a lack of infrastructure in the USA, but the CEO of Cricket West Indies, Johnny Grave, denied these claims and questioned the source of information.

“No!” was Grave’s answer when asked about the validity of the claims being reported.

“I don’t know where that’s coming from. I’m in London for the World Test Championship final and I’ll be here again for the ICC Annual General Meeting (AGM) in a few weeks’ time so who knows what the agenda is. There’s no truth to it,” Grave added.

The West Indies previously hosted the ICC T20 World Cup in 2010.

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