Australia’s limited-overs captain Aaron Finch believes shareholders will have to compromise to restore cricket after the Corona virus epidemic. International cricket has been postponed since March due to Corona virus epidemic. Apart from international cricket, many T20 cricket tournaments are also postponed. The Sydney Morning Herald quoted Finch as saying that not only the Indian Premier League (IPL) but also various shareholders, institutions, countries, players and the ICC would have to compromise for the return of cricket.
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There is speculation that the 13th stage of the IPL may be held in October-November in place of the T20 World Cup in Australia which was suspended indefinitely in the wake of the Kovid-19 pandemic. Finch is also a board member of the Australian Players’ Association. He said that it is not just about the IPL but all the stakeholders will have to compromise for the return of cricket. He said that I think the International Cricket Council (ICC) will meet again next week to start discussions on the Future Tour Program (FTP).
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The captain said that everyone is working together to achieve better results for everyone. There are some circumstances which are not ideal for Australia and we have to compromise there. I think it will be a big effort. He said that I think the ICC (International Cricket Council) will meet again next week to start discussion on FTP (Future Tour Program). In the next few weeks we will get a rough idea of what agreements will be done for different tournaments and countries.