New Delhi. The clouds of uncertainty are hovering over the last 2 T20 matches of the Indian cricket team against the West Indies (IND vs WI) in America. Due to visa problems, now the Caribbean Cricket Board is thinking of getting them done on their own soil. The first 3 matches of the 5-match series are to be held in the West Indies. While the last 2 matches are to be played in America. Team India is currently 1-0 ahead in the series. The second match is to be played tomorrow. Earlier, the team had made a clean sweep of 3-0 in the ODI series.
According to the report of Cricbuzz, both the teams have not got US visa, due to which Cricket West Indies has to make an alternate plan. Both these matches are to be held in Florida, USA on 6 and 7 August, but according to the report, many members of India and West Indies team have not got US visa. A source said, “Measures are being taken to resolve the visa issue. These matches can also be held in West Indies.
Players will return to Trinidad
He said that the initial information is that the visa will be given in St Kitts, where the teams have reached. There is a possibility that the players will have to go to Trinidad again for travel documents, from where they will go to the US if they get the green signal. Cricket West Indies has confirmed the uncertainty over the matches to be held in Florida. President Ricky Skerritt said that along with the visa, we are also exploring options for organizing it.
It is known that T20 matches between India and West Indies have already been played in America. The ICC is also constantly engaged in promoting cricket there. The T20 World Cup to be held in 2024 is jointly hosted by West Indies and America.
FIRST PUBLISHED : July 31, 2022, 22:15 IST