The ongoing T20 World Cup is marred with rain and former Aussie cricketer Stuart Law has opened up on the matter. Out of five matches that have been played at the Melbourne Cricket Ground so far in the ongoing 2022 T20 World Cup, three of them were abandoned due to rain. There has been a lot of debate going on about whether the ICC should change the venue from MCG to any other stadium after the India-Pakistan blockbuster clash concluded smoothly.
Stuart Law opens up on the debate
Fans who couldn’t visit the ground have their sights set on the Cricket live scores but the rain has caused some trouble. The spectators on the ground are disappointed with the interruption of rain.
Stuart Law, former Australia international believes that it will be difficult for the governing body to shift the venue in the middle of the tournament but at the moment, it is the easier option. On Friday, October 28, two important games of Afghanistan versus Ireland and Australia versus England were called off and that will play a massive role in how Group 1 of the Super 12 will shape up in the end.
“Melbourne at this time of the year – it’s difficult to predict the weather. Whether or not you say it to ICC or Cricket Australia to move up games away from MCG. It’s not something that the players want either. They want to play at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground. It’s an amazing stadium to play in and particularly when you get a big crowd, the atmosphere is unbelievable. So, to take it away from the MCG may be a bad call but there are couple of other venues that could be easy,” said Stuart Law on changing MCC as a venue in the ongoing T20 World Cup at ‘BatBricks7 presents Run Ki Runneeti show on CricTracker.’