The chief government of West Indies’ cricket workforce says a plan is in place to fly a 25-man squad to England round June Eight forward of a 3-take a look at series beginning a month later in bio-safe stadiums with no spectators.
Johnny Grave says he has been in discussions with the England and Wales Cricket Board for the previous six weeks and that Cricket West Indies is anticipating a proper provide to go forward with the tour in the approaching days.
Grave says in an interview with espncricinfo.com the gamers would take privately sourced checks for COVID-19 three or 4 days earlier than the departure date. They would then convene at a base in Antigua and fly out in one plane on the identical day, earlier than being transported to their quarantine and coaching venue the place they might spend about three weeks.
He provides that the present plan is for the take a look at matches to begin July 8, July 16 and July 24. The tour was due to begin on June four however no skilled cricket might be performed in England earlier than July 1 due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Grave says there’s nonetheless some apprehension amongst gamers and help employees about leaving their households for seven weeks, travelling to Britain and taking part in in bio-safe venues, however that no participant has mentioned formally he doesn’t need to tour.