The opening warm-up recreation between Australia and West Indies forward of the Girls’s T20 World Cup was on Friday cancelled after heavy showers on the Allan Border Discipline left the circumstances unplayable.

“Sadly we’ve got needed to cancel Saturday’s warm-up match between Australia and West Indies due to persistent heavy rain which has left the outfield at present in an unfit situation for play,” stated Chris Tetley, ICC Head of Occasions.

“While the curators have labored tirelessly, the quantity of rain has left us with no choice however to cancel tomorrow’s match. We’re hopeful that circumstances will allow the matches between Bangladesh and Thailand, and India and Pakistan to happen on Sunday.”

Exceptionally heavy rain has left the outfield on the Allan Border Discipline moist even because the pitch stays coated.

With the warm-up recreation being cancelled, ICC has determined to refund the tickets of the followers.

4 warm-up video games are scheduled on Sunday — two in Brisbane and two in Adelaide.

The World T20 will get underway with the opening match between Australia and India at Sydney on February 21.

After battling devastating months-long bushfire disaster, Australia is now bracing up for harmful flash floods following torrential rains which has left many dams within the nation overflowing and disrupting life normally in cities and cities.

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