Kathmandu, February 12
The International Cricket Council says it has postponed three World Cup League 2 series, including one involving Nepal, Oman and the United States.
However, the matches have been postponed now, indefinitely.
“The postponements are due to the current travel restrictions between countries, the quarantine time required before matches and the recent surge in COVID-19 cases,” the international cricket governing body says.
“The ICC will now work with hosts and participating members to find an appropriate window where the qualification pathway fixtures can be safely and practically rescheduled before the cut-off date of February 28, 2023. The window for rescheduling fixtures has been extended to the latest possible date to provide the best opportunity for qualification to be determined on the field of play.”