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    A scheduling logjam caused by the Covid-19 pandemic could see the 2021 women's one day cricket World Cup postponed, as the ICC prepares to make big decisions

    A scheduling logjam caused by the Covid-19 pandemic could see the 2021 women's one day cricket World Cup postponed, as the ICC prepares to make big decisions


    New Zealand is slated to host the women's tournament in February-March next year.

    That period is also believed to be in consideration for the men's Twenty20 World Cup, which is set to be held in Australia in October and November this year, should it be delayed.

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