ICC launches ODI super league for the World Cup 2023 qualification
ICC is playing it right with its agreement to determine qualification for the 2023 World Cup. It will be a one-day international super league.
The inaugural match will be between England and Ireland. ICC will provide 12 full members including the Netherland.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused havoc to the cricket calendar with the 50-over and T20 World Cups pushed back. The start of the Super League was also delayed due to Covid-19.
But the game is still on as ICC said in a recent interview that the Super League should be “ "safely and practically rescheduled."
They also said “We're looking forward to playing cricket again and to the ICC men's World Cup Super League," said England's limited-overs captain Eoin Morgan.
"Given the situation, it will be quite different to the last time we played at home when we lifted the World Cup at Lord's, but it's nice to be starting our journey for the next edition of the tournament."
So let's see how it goes!