New Delhi. There is an atmosphere of chaos in Afghanistan these days. The country has been occupied by the Taliban. There has been a complete ban on the participation of women in sports. Meanwhile, the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) is preparing to hold home matches in England. A large number of people of the country are living there. Board officials can visit England soon. Prior to this, Afghanistan has been playing its home match in UAE apart from India as well.
According to the news of the Telegraph, the CEO of the board, Hamid Shinwari, may go to England next year to discuss with the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB). Shinwari said, ‘We are planning to go to the UK next year. We can do an MoU with international teams to play series. This will give us a boost and the youth will also get support. But the ECB will agree to play the series only if there is any commitment from the board and the Taliban regarding women’s cricket.
Doubts about Hobart test too
Afghanistan is to play a Test in Australia in November. But Cricket Australia (CA) has already warned that if women’s cricket is not restored then they can cancel the match. ICC can also ban Afghanistan. Hamid Shinwari said that our women players are still in the country. We are committed to creating infrastructure for them so that they can continue to play according to our cultural needs.
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England has played only 2 matches against Afghanistan
Talking about England, he has played only two matches with Afghanistan so far and both in the World Cup. There will be no matches of any kind in future also. England have not played a bilateral series with them since 2004 due to political instability in Zimbabwe. In such a situation, it is not possible for England to play a match with Afghanistan until things are done right in Afghanistan.
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