The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has formally written to the International Cricket Council (ICC) to decide on the fate of canceling the fifth test against India at Old Trafford, which shows that the two committees are far from Reach a settlement.
After the COVID-19 outbreak in the Indian camp forced its senior players to express their concerns about continuing to play to BCCI and the European Central Bank, Manchester’s series of decision tests were cancelled.
“Yes, we have written to the International Criminal Court,” an ECB spokesperson told PTI When asked if they want the global agency to make a decision on the fifth test.
Entering the game, India leads 2-1. Independent testing will not be part of this series.
The European Central Bank hopes that the Dispute Resolution Committee of the International Criminal Court will resolve this issue and hope it will be confiscated so that it can claim insurance because it will lose 40 million pounds if the game is announced to be suspended due to COVID.
COVID is an acceptable violation, and the Indian camp stated that it cannot send a team for the game. However, the ECB’s argument may be that Indian players have returned two negative RT-PCR results and are still reluctant to participate.
Elderly people like Captain Virat Kohli have not changed their position that the incubation period is at risk, which overlaps with the test date, as most players have been treated by physiotherapist Yogesh Parmar, who was quarantined after contracting the virus.
If the International Criminal Court rules that the test is abandoned, then India will win the series 2-1, but if England is confiscated according to the Democratic Republic of the Congo ruling, it will be a 2-2 ruling, and the host country can also require insurance.
The European Central Bank went to the ICC to prove that an amicable solution has not yet been reached on this issue because the motherboard is staring at losses. If the ruling is in favor of India, the European Central Bank will suffer huge losses because most of the 40 million pounds are not covered by COVID-19 insurance.
Indian cricketers have left the UK, and most of them have established a base in the UAE with their IPL franchise rights.
It goes without saying that BCCI’s concern is that the IPL schedule will get out of control in case any top players test positive during the now-cancelled test.