Why has ICC planned T20I World Cups in consecutive years in 2020 and 2021?

Why has ICC planned T20I World Cups in consecutive years in 2020 and 2021?

Why has ICC planned T20I World Cups in consecutive years in 2020 and 2021?(Pic Source : Twitter)

The next T20 world cup will be played in Australia at the end of 2020. After the one year gap again, the T20I world cup will have happened in India. ICC has planned T20I World Cups in consecutive years in 2020 and 2021. T20I World cup 2020 will start from October 18, and the final will take place on November 20. The last world twenty20s happened in 2019. Back in 2009 and 2010, the ICC had organized two World Twenty20s in England and West Indies respectively.

In 2021, India will host the eight-team tournament champion trophy, but now ICC cancelled it and replaced with the 16 teams twenty20s world cup. This is the major reason that the world cup happened in consecutive years.

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Team India failed to win the world cup 2019. Now they can focus towards the T20I world cup because two world cups happen in the consecutive years.

Can MS Dhoni play the T20I world cup 2020?

After the CWC 2019, everyone was a thing that MS Dhoni announced the retirement from international cricket, but he takes a two-month break from cricket. Currently, He has no plan to retire from international cricket.

“The T20 World Cup (to be held in Australia from October 18 to November 15, 2020) will only be about four months away from next IPL season if the team management feels that his services are required, and then why not have him in the mix till then?” the source said about MS Dhoni.

“He has no immediate plans to retire. The constant speculation over the future of a great player like him is unfortunate,” MS Dhoni’s Close friend told PTI.

“There is no issue of his fitness, his performance. Whether he should continue playing or not, that’s another issue,” his friend said.

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