Highlights

  • Windies board might decide to hold the last two matches in the Caribbean itself
  • Even if the players obtain the all-clear, they may have to travel back to Trinidad for the visa documents

Latest news

Govt approves use of Corbevax as a booster dose for adults

Govt approves use of Corbevax as a booster dose for adults

 Justice UU Lalit appointed the next Chief Justice of India

Justice UU Lalit appointed the next Chief Justice of India

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 launched: check price, specs & features

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 launched: check price, specs & features

Domestic airfare caps to be lifted from August 31

Domestic airfare caps to be lifted from August 31

Russia targets reporter with raid, probe over 'anti Putin' protest

Russia targets reporter with raid, probe over 'anti Putin' protest

India tour of West Indies: T20 series facing logistical issues as players still await US visas

As of now, Central Broward Park, in Florida, US will host the final two T20I on August 6 and 7 respectively

Cricket West Indies is facing a major logistical issue as their players and Team India cricketers have not received their US visas so far.

As of now, Central Broward Park, in Florida, US will host the final two T20I on August 6 and 7 respectively, but according to a report in Cricbuzz, the Windies board is working on a plan B and might decide to hold the last two matches in the Caribbean itself.

'Having the games in the Caribbean is not unlikely but efforts are being made to resolve the visa issue,' said a source in West Indies cricket.

However, even if the players obtain the all-clear, they may have to travel back to Trinidad for the visa documents and from there to the US.

Also read: Team India squad for Asia Cup to be picked soon, likely to be the same for T20 World Cup

Up Next

India tour of West Indies: T20 series facing logistical issues as players still await US visas

India tour of West Indies: T20 series facing logistical issues as players still await US visas

Mumbai Indians unveil franchises for UAE & South Africa T20 Leagues

Mumbai Indians unveil franchises for UAE & South Africa T20 Leagues

Australian captain Meg Lanning takes indefinite break from competitive cricket

Australian captain Meg Lanning takes indefinite break from competitive cricket

Rohit Sharma wants to create bench strength with future in mind

Rohit Sharma wants to create bench strength with future in mind

Former chief selector questions Ashwin's selection in India's squad for Asia Cup 2022

Former chief selector questions Ashwin's selection in India's squad for Asia Cup 2022

Boult shock for New Zealand as pacer opts out of central contract

Boult shock for New Zealand as pacer opts out of central contract

More videos

Cricket Umpire Rudi Koertzen tragically dies in car crash

Cricket Umpire Rudi Koertzen tragically dies in car crash

Watch! Rohit Sharma celebrates T20I series win vs West Indies with fans in Florida

Watch! Rohit Sharma celebrates T20I series win vs West Indies with fans in Florida

I could have made a comeback 2-3 weeks ago: Deepak Chahar

I could have made a comeback 2-3 weeks ago: Deepak Chahar

'Look after your cricket, don't tell us what to do': Sunil Gavaskar's advice to England & Australia

'Look after your cricket, don't tell us what to do': Sunil Gavaskar's advice to England & Australia

India and Pakistan can lock horns against each other 3 times in Asia Cup 2022, here's how

India and Pakistan can lock horns against each other 3 times in Asia Cup 2022, here's how

Indian cricket great deems chatter around dropping Virat Kohli ‘premature’

Indian cricket great deems chatter around dropping Virat Kohli ‘premature’

Should Umran Malik play Tests before featuring in limited-overs cricket?

Should Umran Malik play Tests before featuring in limited-overs cricket?

BCCI announce Team India squad for Asia Cup

BCCI announce Team India squad for Asia Cup

Jasprit Bumrah to miss Asia Cup due to back injury: Reports

Jasprit Bumrah to miss Asia Cup due to back injury: Reports

India Vs West Indies: Men in Blue thrash WI by 88 runs to win series 4-1

India Vs West Indies: Men in Blue thrash WI by 88 runs to win series 4-1

Editorji Technologies Pvt. Ltd. © 2022 All Rights Reserved.