The last two T20 International matches against India would be played at a backup venue, according to Cricket West Indies (CWI). On the 6th and 7th of August, Central Broward Regional Park in Florida, USA, will host the final two games of the ongoing five-match T20I series. However, news sources imply that neither team's crew has yet to obtain US visas in time for flight. As a result, CWI is already preparing to organize both competitions in the Caribbean.
Players from both teams were expected to receive their travel documents in St. Kitts, where both teams have arrived for the upcoming two games, according to a CWI source on Sunday. Now it appears that both teams must return to Trinidad to pick up their documentation, and if they are accepted, they can depart for the US.
Cricket West Indies is already looking at alternatives due to the uncertainty surrounding the last two matches, although it is still working to secure visas for both teams.
“There are options being explored while we continue to pursue the possibilities of receiving the outstanding visas,” said Ricky Skerritt, the president of the CWI.
India are leading the five-match series 1-0 with next two matches scheduled back- -to-back on August 1 and 2 in St Kitts.