ACB is also confident in resolving the Cricket Australia issue with a one-time test scheduled for later this year.
The Australian Cricket Commission recently Discard the one-time test If the country does not allow women to play cricket, they will play against Afghanistan. However, according to recent events, Afghanistan Cricket Commission (ACB) Chairman Azizullah Fazli says the ACB is working to promote women’s matches in the country. He also hoped to move forward without any hindrance in the test match against Australia.
Australia will have a one-time test match in Afghanistan starting November 27th. Recently, cricket argued that women’s cricket was very important and suggested their allies. In response to media reports that the Taliban government did not allow women to cricket in the country, the CA said it would not play a test match in that case.
“If recent media proves that women’s cricket is not supported in Afghanistan, Cricket Australia has no choice but to not host Afghanistan for the proposed test match to take place in Hobart,” CA said. Said as reported by Hindus.
However, ACB Chairman Azizullah Fazli said the board had consulted with Australian Cricket. “We will have a formal discussion with them and the issue with the test match will be resolved,” Fazri said.
Afghanistan’s participation in the T20 World Cup poses no threat: ACB Chair
Azura Fazuri Returned As ACB Chair last month. He said he was still waiting for government instructions on the future of women’s cricket in the country.
“The new government in Afghanistan is focusing on its priority program. They didn’t tell us anything about women’s cricket (but) we’re working on maintaining and supporting women’s cricket,” he said. Added.
Australian test captain Tim Paine Recently opened Throughout this scenario. He said other countries may hesitate to play against Afghanistan in the T20 World Cup because of this issue, and questioned Afghanistan’s participation in the mega-event. However, the ACB chair denied all prospects and argued that the country’s participation in high-profile events poses no threat.
“There is no threat to Afghanistan’s participation in the T20 World Cup. We are already preparing for the camp. As a full member team, we have very good international relations with other full member countries,” Fazri claims. Did.