Dubai: The schedule of the remaining two series of the Men's World Cup Challenge League A has been changed due to the Kovid-19 epidemic. The International Cricket Council gave this information on Thursday. Both these series are a part of the qualifying tournament of the one-day International World Cup to be held in 2023 in India. The remaining 30 List A matches under the World Cup Challenge League A were to be played during the final two series.
Canada, Denmark, Malaysia, Qatar, Singapore and Vanatu were to play the second series in Canada from August 15 to 28 while the third series was to be held in Malaysia in 2022. The series in Malaysia will now be prematurely in November / December while the series in Canada will be held in July / August next year. "The schedule of the two Men's Cricket World Cup Challenge League A series has been changed to allow members to host the tournament in their home country given the current Kovid-19 guidelines and restrictions," ICC competition head Chris Tetley said in a release. To get the best possible chance.
The Canadian team is currently at the top of the net rain rate due to a better position than Singapore. Both teams have eight points. At the end of the tournament a team will get a place in one of the six places in the World Cup Qualifier Play of which will be played in 2023. The top teams in Challenge League B and the lower four teams of Cricket World Cup League Two will also play in the qualifier play-offs.