Ashley Giles and Johnny Grave will be guests on Thursday’s edition of The Cricket Show to give us an update on England’s Test series against West Indies.
The three-Test contest was due to begin at The Oval on June 4, followed by games at Edgbaston and Lord’s later that month, but has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Cricket Show
May 14, 2020, 2:00pm
The international summer could begin in July with players quarantined from family and in bio-secure environments, as England captain Joe Root explained on last week’s episode of The Cricket Show.
England managing director Giles and Grave, the CEO of Cricket West Indies, will let us know the latest on if, when, where and how the two sides will face each other.
Grave will discuss the logistics of West Indies travelling to the UK, if players will have an opt-out and what a bio-secure environment will entail, while he will also chat about West Indies cricket as a whole, the success of the Caribbean Premier League and the T20 World Cup later this year.
The government’s announcement on Monday about the resumption of sport could allow England to soon begin one-to-one training, so Giles may also give us an update on that and how the rest of the summer could unfold with England also scheduled to face Pakistan, Australia and Ireland.
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