Australia have canceled the cricket series with Bangladesh again. And as an excuse this has highlighted the financial crisis. The series was scheduled to be held in Australia on the end of this year.
Bangladesh was scheduled to play two Tests and three one-day matches. But Cricket Australia contacted the Bangladesh Cricket Board and said that the series is not very economical for them.
Chief Executive James Sunderland said that the series did not fit into the scheduled time. In fact, it depends on how many series the host team will play and when with whom the series will play.
In fact, the football season will be held in Australia in August-September. Cricket Australia, if it is organized in the series, will not attract visitors. Moreover, the television will not agree to the conditions of the broadcast.
Meanwhile, BCB chief executive Nizam Uddin Chowdhury has sent a letter to Australia to play Test series after the 2019 Cricket World Cup. Now let’s see if Australia gives any response to the letter.